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    Can the filter be removed

    Can I remove the filter or is this as far as I can go? Don't want to force it so I figured it's better to ask. Big super thanks to Corey (nicjak) for helping so far. For some reason I could not PM a photo.
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    filter should just wiggle free(only held in tight with O rings) if I remember correctly.

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    I just left it as is & poured thinners down the tube. Brown chunky mud came out & then after a while it was clear & flowing out as fast as I could pour it in. Now I get to see if I get full power back. Could be a good weekend.

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    You will need compressed air to free contaminants in this type of filter.

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    Don't have a compressor ATM. It flows 100 times better than it did. Just tested it & it was flowing at 95ml for the prime but now after cleaning it's a consistent 200ml. I'm happy now.

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