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Anyone running rortrex c30-94 came across any slight oil leak from bottom of charger seal if so does it affect the working of it .

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think Dent Reform is on this set up



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Best advice is take the unit back to the supplier and run it through the warranty process.

 

If its an internal seal (theres 2) and its failed rotrex will swap the unit out gladly, if its self inflicted then you may have to source another of just keep a good level of oil in it.

 

Definitely worth checking both inlet/outlet to make sure they arent weeping, if its actually leaking from the casing around the planetary rollers then its passing through the seal. 2 option remove the charger and make all 2 m6 allen key bolts are tight (2 pull the full casing together).

 

What can happen if the pulley gets rotated the wrong way during fitting is the seal around the bearing that holts the pulley shaft can leak, again get it stripped off and back to rotrex.


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