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    Control pressure regulator

    Anyone ever rebuilt/repaired one? I think mine is cooked..... explains the melting fuse 7.

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    CPR repair

    I've "rebuilt" mine by replacing burnt
    wires. I wish I tore mine down like yours,
    it would have been easier to solder the joints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Spoiler View Post
    I've "rebuilt" mine by replacing burnt
    wires. I wish I tore mine down like yours,
    it would have been easier to solder the joints.
    Some place on the interwebs there used to be a picture of the interior of it as reference. I mean it seams like simple wires but always nice to have a sanity check lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seventy4burban View Post
    Some place on the interwebs there used to be a picture of the interior of it as reference. I mean it seams like simple wires but always nice to have a sanity check lol.
    That wiring used Teflon insulation. I think the problem was some units the wire touched the case and that wore though the insulation. When I first bought my car I had the same problem. I ended up getting a rebuilt unit from John Hervey. There is a thermal switch in there that switches a higher or lower power heating dependent on temperature.
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    They're not terribly difficult to rebuild if you have the right kit and good instructions. https://k-jet.biz

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcnc View Post
    They're not terribly difficult to rebuild if you have the right kit and good instructions. https://k-jet.biz
    I looked at the website but didn't see the proper kit for our style CPRs.

    Edit...I think i found it.
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    Maybe you can see the wires clear enough here:
    Image1.jpg
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    https://k-jet.biz/product/0-438-140-...gm-repair-kit/
    Also, I believe his prices are posted in Australian Dollars $125 AUS = ~$87USD
    Quote Originally Posted by seventy4burban View Post
    I looked at the website but didn't see the proper kit for our style CPRs.

    Edit...I think i found it.

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    Typically when they burn up they can be repaired but then they must be recalibrated. John H used to do it.
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    I'm thinking mine was good other than the broken/burnt up wires. I found fuse 7 hot/melting so this was the first thing I went to.....
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