Service Kit - DGX Gears FIRST Regulator

$9.00
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SKU
DX-701021
The Service Parts Kit for repair or overhaul of the DGX Gears FIRST Regulator.

Service Kit - DGX Gears FIRST Regulator

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This is the service kit for the DGX Gears FIRST regulator ONLY, and is NITROX READY. It contains o-rings required for overhaul, valve seats and some other hard parts, as well as some parts which are frequently damaged during disassembly. Dive Gear Express believes the consumer has the "right-to-repair" and our policy is to make the DGX Gears regulator service parts individually available for purchase without restriction.

This service parts kit includes one low-pressure port o-ring (industry standard size AS-011 viton), plus one high-pressure port o-ring (industry standard size AS-012 viton). They may be used to replace an o-ring on the OPV, mini-SPG or port plug during disassembly. Additional industry standard size LP or HP o-rings are not included and may be supplied from your bench consumables.

This service parts kit includes the #10 over-pressure seat needed to service the OPV that we install in one of the low pressure ports on most regulator packages. However, our service recommendation is to replace the entire OPV, which must be purchased separately. Use the drop down to make your selection.

See Product Attachments tab for service manuals and service parts kit schematic diagrams.

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Brand DGX Gears
SKU DX-701021
Weight 0.050000
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Availability of sub-assemblies and components, repair parts, specialized tools and maintenance manuals does not imply qualification to assemble and/or service scuba equipment. Service by other than an authorized dealer voids the warranty on all products we sell. Improper service of dive equipment can lead to serious injury or death.

Dive Gear Express recommends that divers participating in more advanced technical and exploration type diving be trained in equipment service. We recommend that non-qualified individuals seek professional training/mentoring before attempting repairs or servicing on any diving equipment.