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  1. #53
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    Ok thanks for your help. Do your saying I prob need freon

  2. #54
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    Hi There, I have a 99rmt and we are having an issue where the mix is constantly coming out of the Air Tube and Air Meter. We are using the bag in box system. Do you need to adjust the push pin cylinder so that the flow decreases and will this then decrease the pressure and stop the mix coming out of the air meter??

    If not can you please advise how we can stop the mix coming out of the air meter. We have checked all tubing etc in the MTS system and all ok?
    Thanks

  3. #55
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    If you have mix comming out of your air metter this means thats you have pressured mix and air coming back from the cylinder. This also means that you probably have bubbles in your bag and the duckface inlet gasket probably comes off in your bag from your mix tube.
    I would check if the rolers on your rmt pump are used or stuck, If your c-clamp under your rollers is not tight enough or dose not pivot on its axis easily , or your rmt hose is very use

  4. #56
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    Hi Techbob109,

    You were right. the c-clamp was stuck stiff and we removed cleaned and lubricated adn now working a dream .

    Thanks so much for your help

    Regards
    Brian


    Quote Originally Posted by TechBob109 View Post
    If you have mix comming out of your air metter this means thats you have pressured mix and air coming back from the cylinder. This also means that you probably have bubbles in your bag and the duckface inlet gasket probably comes off in your bag from your mix tube.
    I would check if the rolers on your rmt pump are used or stuck, If your c-clamp under your rollers is not tight enough or dose not pivot on its axis easily , or your rmt hose is very use

  5. #57
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    Hi There,

    I have a query in relation to some of the parts we are using for the MTS with a BIB (Bag in Box System). We have two locations with two 99 RMT's in each location. However the parts that were supplied to each location at the time are slightly different and I am wondering if this might be affecting the overun.

    In the Image for Machine B the Tube-Assy Mix Inlet is the one used when not using BIB system and the Clip Tune Retainer is also use.

    In the image for Machine A we are using the Tune-Assy Pickup (Part no 117022) which is correct for BIB.

    Any advice on whether we need to change the Tube-Assy in Machine B would be much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Brian

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  6. #58
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    The principal is the same the only thing that can affect your overrun is the air meter. If you have the same mix and the same airmeters the product should be exactly the same

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