You can fix that just like the one in the write up by Joe. He did the same thing - got the nuts too tight (the o-ring does all the sealing).
Just snug. I watch the cylinder as I am snugging them up and when the distance goes to zero (o-rings now seated) I stop turning. The spring washers keep the rather loose nuts from working off. Never actually tried to measure the torque, just did it by feel. Very light touch on the 10mm wrench. The o-rings do the sealing so snug is the word of the day.bobmwmz said:That will work! Thanks. I can do that. Mine lasted 1 year before it broke. What is the torque value I should use this time? Rgds.