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I have a sherwood magnum 2en stage that is free flowing i have replaced the diaphram, when I put air to it the free flow was comine from the arm that the diaphram releases to allow the air to flow. What do I need to do to correct this problem? (my biggest problem is I am in progresso Mexico Dive shops are hard to find and the few that are here have no ideal or parts to fix one.) Thank you, Dr. Sandy Tomaselli.

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Check your down stream valve in your first stage. this may be stuck or the spring may be out.

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