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ms 80 ad glass #127425
Mon Jan 22 2007 06:22 PM
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heip?? anybody got any good ideas on installing ad glass in ms 80 high top its the rectangle glass do you put the glass in the rubber then install or rubber in top then try to install glass thanks

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Re: ms 80 ad glass #127426
Mon Jan 22 2007 06:40 PM
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A polyeurothane spoon and a very little cooking grease will help to work the rubber gasket on the door.Take your time and dont force it.The poly spoon will not scratch the paint either.

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Re: ms 80 ad glass #127427
Mon Jan 22 2007 07:03 PM
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On this particular pump you install the glass into the top first, cut out the inside lip in the corners on the back, and then install the glass working in the top first, then the sides, then the bottom. That is if you are using repo parts, if you are using original rubber you pull it in with a string. Rich B


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Re: ms 80 ad glass #127428
Mon Jan 22 2007 09:03 PM
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thanks appreciate responses i'll give it a try

Re: ms 80 ad glass #127429
Mon Jan 22 2007 10:10 PM
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I put the rubber in hot water or let the sun warm it up, makes it easier to install.
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Re: ms 80 ad glass #127430
Tue Jan 23 2007 03:31 PM
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Does anyone use string???? That is how I used to do it. But not on that pump. Never did one of those.


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Re: ms 80 ad glass #127431
Tue Jan 23 2007 04:15 PM
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I use a little WD-40 instead of cooking oil....cooking oil could attract little roaches and other insects. Also like DB said, sun, warm water...I use a heat gun but you can use a hair dryer to sofen the rubber.


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