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MaxofBaildon

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    Baildon
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  1. Ok, I'll give it another go. Thanks mross!
  2. Hi mross, I was referring to the lever which closes the cylinder.
  3. Dear fellow boaters, I am fairly new to this forum and hope you can help me with your knowledge. Recently my oil feed pipe leaked so I dismantled it, sent it to the RN Diesel Engine Company who kindly fixed it and put it all back together yesterday. When I am turning the ignition it starts up running but as soon as I close the top and let geo of the key, the engine stops. I have bleed the fuel pipe at the diesel filter and the piston, so do not assume the problem is there (or is it?). What I have noticed though is the oil pressure is not going higher than 20 lb/inch while in ignition but I used to go way higher, Could this mean there is still air in the oil pipes? If so, how would I fix this? I have not seen any possibility to drain it. Any advice is highly appreciated. Thank you, Max of Baildon
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