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Old 12-03-2017, 10:41 AM   #1
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Default Titan XT250 leaking at PressureTrac spring

First time posting. my all time reliable XT250 is leaking at the Pressure Trac housing area. Removing the electrical pressure switch and unscrewing the pressure stem housing there doesn't appear to be any seals. Just a stem and a spring. Also the end of the stem looks rough and flat.
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1) is the stem supposed to have a point on it?
2) is there a ball or a replaceable seal that is supposed to go on the end of the stem?

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The Titan XT250 is such a cheap machine I probably shouldn't be spending this much time on it. But also dont feel right trashing it, just because of a small leak.
Has anyone ever disassembled the pressuretrac sensor to see what components are there? I'm not completely sure since by the time I saw the leak an employee had already tried "fixing" it. Neither the Titan manuals or rebuild kits mention anything about the PressureTrac plunger. Figured since it is a mechanical part that moves there must be normal wear and therefore a rebuild kit for it.
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