As suspected, moving the low pressure regulator to the far side of the actuator valve solved the problem. The delemma is that there is a whole shelf full of fully built units in the current configuration. To correct the problem would mean fully disassembling them and making new platforms, essentially starting from scratch. The less expensive option is to add another regulator in line and take the hit in the cost of the part. It is a relief that it functions though. I took a video a couple of days ago and will get it posted up as soon as I can.
The new bleed spindle is on the lathe next which would be tomorrow, except the ‘new builder’ webinar we are doing means that it will most likely get pushed a day back.
More to come.