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#1 (permalink)      5/7/2015 1:06:23 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The 510 failing
My cloupor mini bought in januari has failed now! Whole brass 510 connection started to move yesterday so I cant screw in anny attys on it.... It just following the attys movement...

What to do?
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Open a ticket given the other issues people are reporting. Alternatively, open it up and tighten up the nut that holds the 510 in place.
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isnt it lots of glue to remove? Got any pic from inside?
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found one pic
#5 (permalink)      5/7/2015 1:49:31 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I had the same problem with mine. I saw a recommendation to glue it so it holds tight. In hindsight that's what I should of done.
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And put the glue where?
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Where the 510 slots into the body. That is where it has come loose. Someone mentioned superglue on another thread but you'll have to research that as I don't want to recommend anything that may melt on give off toxins.
A 510 replacement would also work but that's not easy. There's not much room in there and that's where I have run into trouble and mine is still on the workbench.
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Try the glue first, I think it would of worked for mine. And incidentally it was the sub tanks size and weight that caused mine to loosen.
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#9 (permalink)      5/7/2015 5:24:17 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I sure can forget about warranty...

"Hi,friend

thanks for your reply

if there is no more than three months warranty ,pls contact with the shop keeper directly.

best regards,
Anna"
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Don't use superglue, use two part epoxy resin. No nasty toxins once fully cured, and more flexible.
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didnt work....