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Dacor/Mares Airtrim I have a Dacor airtrim and the inflate works, but the deflate does not. Is that a sticking valve? ow do I fix it? Thanks

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The Mares power deflate system relies on the pressure of water squeezing against it to deflate. That is to say it only works when you are under water. On the surface you will have to squeeze the jacket whilst pressing the button. Hope that helps.

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

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Hi,

Which deflate?? Could just be it needs a service.. Has it had one recently??

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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