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  1. #1
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    New Emerson Solenoid Valve Tool


  2. #2
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    Interesting tool..................

    However, I see two reasons not to buy it........

    1) everything my toolbag will be stuck to the magnet all the time.

    2) first time I forget and stick it in my back pocket, it will erase all my credit cards and/or fry my cell phone (see warning block at bottom of page you posted).

    ...........other than that, it's a pretty cool idea.

  3. #3
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    I had a very similar tool for the Sporlan solenoid valves..............one for the MKC1 and one for the MKC2 solenoid.

    I loved 'em!

    The sat in the plastic container on the 'solenoid' valve shelf in my truck.

    Great tool!

  4. #4
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    I have something very similar... I have a pliers for the spanner wrench... lol

    Seriously I have a coil magnet... but I usually end up using the magnetron magnets more often than not anyway...
    "If you call that hard work, a koala’s life would look heroic."

  5. #5
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    i already have the permanent magnet from somebody...i forgot who made it. i also have the solenoid spanner wrench...but it is the 2 pin spanner. i did not know they changed to a 3 pin spanner.looks nice though.good luck.
    Someday, I hope to be just as brave as Harry Stamper.

  6. #6
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    http://www.emersonclimate.com/Docume...ose%20Tool.pdf

    Anyone using these yet? I seen the Regular one from a buddy of mine. Awesome idea. What do we all think go with the regular style or spring for one of these?

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    Think danfoss has had them for ages.

  8. #8
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    I just bought that From RSD it is well built. I keep mine on the top shelf in the van and I have not used it yet. SOLID BUILD.
    Hope this Helps.

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    My browser refuses to find the links above. Anyone have a part # or description for me?

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    ^
    Thank you sir.

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    I saw those then thought how hard is it to jump a wire and make sure the coil is working at the same time?

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