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Finally got to use my new toy.

Here they are. Number 4 looks different than the rest. The yellow deposits appear to be on the stem, not the face.


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Last two.

BTW, ~550 STOH. Previous owner ran ROP but almost all at about 10k ft.


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I'm no expert but they look pretty good to me. The staining is normal and is centered in the valve faces.

What did you use to take the pics?

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The $100 ebay dental camera discussed on the other thread.


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Those are some exceptional pics.
Very nice quality.
[edit: now put that thing away before it costs you a BUNCH of money]

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Pretty soon everyone will be sticking cameras up a hole and checking their valves.......of course I am only 40yrs old so I haven't had it done yet :tape:

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Pretty soon everyone will be sticking cameras up a hole and checking their valves.......of course I am only 40yrs old so I haven't had it done yet :tape:

Actually, Michael, it's not so bad. And, you get to enjoy the sleep of the "Milk of Amnesia", i.e. propofol. It's great; just ask Michael Jackson...

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propofol is also known as "michael jackson juice" here


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The "yellow stuff" is Lead-oxy-bromide. Perfectly normal.

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Here are my valves. These are from a TSIO-520-UB with 1500 hours. Valves 4 and 6 are interesting. 4 looks like the deposit has broken off at the edge for some reason. The valve had this issue last time I looked at it 50 hours ago. I'm not sure what is happening in 6.


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and the last one:


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Mike,

What is your assessment of your valves?

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#6 leaky, leaky?

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I'm no expert but they look pretty good to me. The staining is normal and is centered in the valve faces.

What did you use to take the pics?


I think there is actually a better camera than the dental camera for this.

There is a straight stick with the camera and lights on the end.

It comes with a 45 mirror. They work. Tried it yesterday. Like it better than the dental camera.

AND - - this camera has an adjustable focal length. Big help.

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I'm no expert but they look pretty good to me. The staining is normal and is centered in the valve faces.

What did you use to take the pics?


I think there is actually a better camera than the dental camera for this.

There is a straight stick with the camera and lights on the end.

It comes with a 45 mirror. They work. Tried it yesterday. Like it better than the dental camera.

AND - - this camera has an adjustable focal length. Big help.

George, do you have a link for this camera?
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