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This is a collection of great tried & tested tips, tricks, guides & "how to" advice from our Service Engineers & Customers. This section will keep growing, so keep an eye on it!
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This is a quick video guide to show you how easy it is to adjust the power on your HW100 once the Anti Tamper has been removed.
This is a cracking, in-depth look at the insides of the HW110 (with pictures). The HW44 is the same - it just has a longer barrel & air cylinder.
This is a quick guide to show you how easy it is to adjust the power on your HW110 once the Anti Tamper has been removed.
It can be really tricky to get the ends off your Weihrauch Air Cylinder to service it without marking the cylinder - this guide shows how to use our Ends Removal Tools safely.
This leak usually happens once you have had the regulator block apart - the fix is to polish the exhaust valve cover and then re-seat the exhaust valve to the polished cover/insert.
Never get your ball bearing stuck again! Here's how to fit our upgraded ©Regulator Pressure Gauge Test Port Seal Kit using a 3mm allen key to screw it into place.
If you have one of our 250bar Titanium Cylinders with in-tube regulator, here's how to set the regulator.
A step-by-step guide on how to replace the Exhaust Valve and/or spring and o-ring seal no. 2658.
Here is a good close up diagram of the inside of the MK2 / MK3 HW100. All of the seals we provide in our seal kit are marked in red.
Here is a good close up diagram of the inside of the MK1 HW100. All of the seals we provide in our seal kit are marked in red.
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