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    Default Jet funnel install possible issue?

    As I was removing the little black piece, the blue (hammer spring??) shot across the room, I need to know if anything else is there that may have shot and I am now missing it?

    I put the blue spring back on that rod, and installed and pinned the new back piece which comes with the jet funnel.
    It seems to be fine, but need to know from The experts in here if I may have lost a piece which was on top of the blue spring.

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    That's all there is , spring goes on guide rod, rod goes in jet funnel cutout, pin goes through funnel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockets View Post
    That's all there is , spring goes on guide rod, rod goes in jet funnel cutout, pin goes through funnel.











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    Nope that's it. Use thread tape (teflon tape, plumbers tape, or whatever you want to call it), to secure the screw that holds the JF in. It will back out over time if you don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBoss0311 View Post
    Nope that's it. Use thread tape (teflon tape, plumbers tape, or whatever you want to call it), to secure the screw that holds the JF in. It will back out over time if you don't.





    Thank you, I will use a thin layer,(1 revolution) of teflon tape to secure the screw. Thank you !!!!!

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