Brand new Hotshot steamer caput

RileyS

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jmn, can you tell me which spots to touch to check readings?
Tech support for this thing have all gone to ids apparently...32092
 
JMN

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jmn, can you tell me which spots to touch to check readings?
Tech support for this thing have all gone to ids apparently...View attachment 32092
The other thing I forgot to ask is if there is a clink/tink/thump when you use the foot pedal to spray. Pretty sure the black thing that says "Parker CE" on the picture right is the electrically controlled valve for that.

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JMN

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I gave up on steamers years ago. Realized it was easier to work clean,dump the 2 sided bite paper , and grinding the **** out of everything.Lay off the Cheetos at work Dexter!
I was taughtvit is thevonly waybto get the inside screwpath of an abutment clean without using airbrush cleaning brushes. Wrong?
 
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We've got a Bar Instruments Steaman Jr. that we've had for 7 years, the only thing that has gone wrong with it is you have to replace the pressure cap about once a year, and replace the gasket in the cap about every 3-4 months.
Agree. My last one lasted about 7 years. I bought a new one last year.

He did make it easier to replace the gasket with a blue rubber one, compared to the harder to seat black and white ones. Hopefully this helps to get by longer without having to replace the whole cap.

Once in awhile I do have to unscrew the red button trigger switch to clean the contacts from rust that builds up over time, at least in my case.

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