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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.
    "If you pull one more stunt like you just pulled with Tommy, you won't have to get on a plane because I will personally kick your ass from here to Korea!" - Best of the Best

  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?
    Gotta have the right tool for the job!

    Where is all the stuff MADE IN THE USA?

    "Thats what we do Troy. Incredible, Invisible, Imbelivable things. We are an Unseen, Unknown, Unvincible fraternity of craftsman.."

  7. #7
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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.

  9. #9
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    My browser refuses to find the links above. Anyone have a part # or description for me?

  10. #10
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  11. #11
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    ^
    Thank you sir.

  12. #12
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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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