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Subject: Re: water in Oil Seamaster 23s


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jonathan
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Date Posted: 21:58:29 14/07/2009 Tue
In reply to: Ian 's message, "Re: water in Oil Seamaster 23s" on 19:35:22 03/07/2009 Fri

Hi thanks for the reply, I've taken the head off, nothing obvious, starts no problem when warm and no blue smoke ?. I might try cleaning the pressure relieve valve, and grid the valves in. Other than that I need some way of checking the compression and then I'm stuck

regards jonathan

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