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#1 (permalink)      2/20/2015 8:30:01 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Unexpected rust
I tried to wash all the grease and left it in a soapy water for a half an hour, started to float rust out the magnets.
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Thanks for the heads up, but I smell a shite storm coming >>>>>>>>>>>Shite storm


Edited on 2/20/2015 at 8:50 PM. Reason:
unrealistic expectations lend to disappointment
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Oh Shit!
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Magnets contain iron, a highly magnetic, and rust susceptible element.
KF4 Leaking? For a more secure seal, replace the o-ring #16 with one that is 1.5mm cross section. SKU 1536606 or SKU 1536607
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^^^ Told ya LOL
unrealistic expectations lend to disappointment
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No shit!!
KF4 Leaking? For a more secure seal, replace the o-ring #16 with one that is 1.5mm cross section. SKU 1536606 or SKU 1536607
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Don't do that anymore..
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Grease in atty, Bad

Grease on mod, Not Bad
KF4 Leaking? For a more secure seal, replace the o-ring #16 with one that is 1.5mm cross section. SKU 1536606 or SKU 1536607
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I'm glad that my Calvert is greasy, since it will probably be spending the Monsoon Season in Xiamen.
KF4 Leaking? For a more secure seal, replace the o-ring #16 with one that is 1.5mm cross section. SKU 1536606 or SKU 1536607
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Nothing like a greasy Calvert :D
unrealistic expectations lend to disappointment
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Why stainless steel corrodes sometimes? The main reason - inadequate steel processing prior to commissioning. Stainless steel does not like black steel neighborhood. If the ignorant master scratches stainless steel with black steel instruments, this may begin to rust. For this reason it is necessary to maximize the protection of stainless steel and black metal from mechanical impact.