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    Jetworks Valve Failure?

    Anyone had one go bad on them? I have a pro valve and no matter where I set it to it does not open. Ski overheats in about 20 seconds. I bypassed the valve and its fine. I'm going to pop the snap ring and take it apart to see if something is clogged.


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    your meant to take the valve apart and make sure there is no blockages every so often. Could be something in there

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    Yes the rubber ball gets stuck change the ball to delrin.
    http://www.mcmaster.com/#acetal-homo...-balls/=nsglbd

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Yes the rubber ball gets stuck change the ball to delrin.
    http://www.mcmaster.com/#acetal-homo...-balls/=nsglbd
    X2 the rubber balls shape gets warped and stuck. Get a SS ball

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