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Re: Re: Help! I immersed my reg w/o the valve cap on





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Posted by Ken Kurtis on February 05, 2007 at 14:38:55:

In Reply to: Re: Help! I immersed my reg w/o the valve cap on posted by Chris on February 05, 2007 at 10:52:47:

Chris wrote: "Immediately put in on a tank and let it free flow until the tank is almost empty. This should remove most of the water. Then take it in to be serviced."

One or the other. You don't need to do both.

If you're taking it in to be serviced, it doesn't matter what condition it's in. If you're going to blow air through it yourself to dry it out, you're doing that to hopefully avoid the need for service.

Not the end of the world, Jason. As ChrisM says, everyone does it every now and then. Of course, it does make the argument for why you want something like an Atomic T2, which is all titanium and which won't rust or corrode . . .

Ken Kurtis
Owner, Reef Seekers Dive Co.
Beverly Hills, CA
www.reefseekers.com



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