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    Posted: 31 May 2006 at 10:13pm
I have a cyclone feeder that I can't figure out. I have searched other posts and can't find all I need. I have a picture if you guys could tell me what i'm doin wrong that would be great thx

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I'm pretty sure that silver pin is supposed to connect to the ratchet or something, not just laying there.
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i know, but how?
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First:  The tiny metal piece should be fit down in the hole.  There is a tiny slot to the back side of the cyclone and the L shaped side of the pin goes in there.  The curly piece goes against the clear plastic ratchet in the middle.  You may have to spin the ratchet a bit to get the pin flush down in the groove.

Second:  The black ring that is around the spring should be flush inside the piston.  Once you have it flush in the piston push the piston down into the locking grooves and this will hold it in place.  Email me if you need a picture.  I've got a cyclone in pieces right now and I can take a quick picture of what it is supposed to look like.

rphillips@phillipssoftwarelabs.com

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lol.... you really don't need to take the cyclone apart if you're not replacing parts.  That little black piece is a pain in the butt.
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