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Old 06-24-2019, 09:22 PM   #21
MTK46
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Once you pull a valve (black or gray) open spray the shaft. Close it and do it again. I did mine probably 4 or 5 times before I noticed a difference. I did one valve and closed it & then did the other. I switched back and forth, allowing a few minutes between each one.
I used a can that had a long tube so you can get the spray where you want it. I used WD-40 Dry Lube PTFE Spray
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I did/do the SAME thing MTK46 has been doing. It's worked well for me. The valve doesn't leak and now with spraying it periodically it's very easy to pull out and push in. Pretty simple fix IMHO.

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