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I have been having issues with my cut stream coneing real bad when i add abrasive to the stream. There is a new ruby and it is seated properly. There are no air leaks in my abraisave lines or on my black cap. Has anybody had the same issues or any advice for this problem. ThanksĀ 



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abrsive: mesh? Nozzle size? Abrasive flowrate?

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I know it cost more but go with the dimond a ruby has no real life to it. Ive had one go out after 1 hour use.

Also make sure you are filltering the garnit before it goies into your hopper. Yes I have found bugs in it. I use a screen like from a screen door. This helps from getting or allowing any small parts to clog up the hopper lines and the mini hoppers or secondary hopper



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