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    • Will try that tomorrow. Hoping I don't bugger up the collet. I guess I'll see how they are made when it comes out, but I fail to understand (until I see it out) how they lock in and still have the ability to be removed. Inquiring minds will be enlightened... or the part will just break. I'll keep you all posted and I do appreciate the help on this. Next up, the rotofilter seal replacement. Other than messy, that should be easier.
    • Yup, read the tutorial provided above. It's a little work, not just fishing around with a pick.
    • Robert,  To replace the o-ring, pull out the collet with a pliers or such, use a small pic or dental tool to extract old o-ring, replace w/ new o-ring, re-install collet, insert line.  should be good to go.  Sometimes, getting the collet out can be a bugger.  If it still leaks, you likely have a bit of the old o-ring hiding in there.
    • It looks like the same equipment, but you can get the equipment immediately (no waitlist) and use it in areas that are already "fully allocated".   You pay for this with 1. Higher monthly rate, and 2. Downgraded service.  From the company's support page:  Best Effort Service: Network resources are always de-prioritized for Starlink for RVs users compared to other Starlink services, resulting in degraded service and slower speeds in congested areas and during peak hours. Stated speeds and uninterrupted use of the service are not guaranteed. Service degradation will be most extreme in "Waitlist" areas on the Starlink Availability Map during peak hours. See Starlink Specification for expected performance here.   
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