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 The design of the MPPI-3 requires little maintenance on the part of the user.  In fact, there are only two areas that the user needs to be aware. ​ The first is to periodically check for moisture and other contaminants in the pressure source. ​ The internal in-line filter that protrudes from the back of the unit has a small needle valve located on the bottom. ​ This valve should be depressed periodically to check for moisture from the pressure source. ​ If excessive moisture is noted, the pressure source should be changed. ​ In the event that the filter becomes degraded or plugged again, contact ASI for another replacement. The design of the MPPI-3 requires little maintenance on the part of the user.  In fact, there are only two areas that the user needs to be aware. ​ The first is to periodically check for moisture and other contaminants in the pressure source. ​ The internal in-line filter that protrudes from the back of the unit has a small needle valve located on the bottom. ​ This valve should be depressed periodically to check for moisture from the pressure source. ​ If excessive moisture is noted, the pressure source should be changed. ​ In the event that the filter becomes degraded or plugged again, contact ASI for another replacement.
  
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replacing_filter_on_mippi3.txt · Last modified: 2017/03/02 16:37 by vik