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Thank you, Peter and River. It looks like I need to buy a new one.

Wei

On Mon, Apr 10, 2017 at 12:28 PM, River He <
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> Bellows just gets bad after certain number of samples (about one to two
> years) and starts to leak. You just need to change a new one. We changed
> twice in less than 4 years.
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> You cannot swamp with another one, as you need two side bellows later for
> hardware and signals calibration.
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> On Tuesday, April 11, 2017, 12:20 AM, Wei Huang <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
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> Dear Isogeochem,
>
> Our Thermo bellows (reference side, Delta V plus) had a slow leak, about
> 2.6 mbar/min. I checked the valves around the bellows, and they should be
> fine. I was wondering if it is just a sealing problem which could be fixed
> easily? or it is a time to replace the whole bellows with a new one? Does
> anybody have an instruction to do it? I will appreciate it.
>
> Another question, since we normally don't need the other bellows (sample
> side), is it possible to swap them? Is there anything I need to pay
> attention when I swap/replace the bellows? Thanks a lot in advance!
>
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> Wei Huang, Ph.D.
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