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Subject: Re: water in Oil Seamaster 23s


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jonathan
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Date Posted: 16:39:08 13/06/2009 Sat
In reply to: stephen beaumont 's message, "Re: water in Oil Seamaster 23s" on 08:04:02 03/06/2009 Wed

Thanks Stephen,
I've just replacd the oil seals on the water pump hoping it was that, but the power in still not ther under load, also I,ve noticed the Oil pressure is not as good as it was at low revs so I might have let it go to far. So i'll take the Head off, what do I look for ?

regards jonathan
>Ive rebuilt a couple of DV10's and DV20's and it
>sounds like you have a blown head gasket, but I think
>you already know that.
>
>How to check a Bukh DV10? I'm not too sure. You could
>try a compression test and how you carry that out Im
>not too sure either, but as you say it starts easily,
>you probably have good compression and the head gasket
>has probably mostly blown between the tappet tubes and
>the water jacket.
>
>Im fairly sure the only way to find out is a head off
>job, its not too bad'r job on the single cylinder Bukh
>and you might as well give it a decoke and make sure
>your injection bend etc is all clear at the same time.
>
>Check the head and block faces for flatness, with a
>straight edge.
>
>Regards
>
>Steve

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