AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

Post by MaSter bLaste » Sun, 17 Aug 2003 12:46:07



All 3 of the M-1350's I have are without a fiberboard disc as  called
for in the instructions.

Anyone else have this problem? The disc goes between the grains and
the nozzle it appears. What does this disc do... help keep gases from
burning towards the nozzle o-rings?

Thanks.

 
 
 

AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

Post by Tom Binfor » Sun, 17 Aug 2003 14:53:25



Quote:
> All 3 of the M-1350's I have are without a fiberboard disc as  called
> for in the instructions.

The M1850GG I burned didn't have a disc. The only time I've seen them is for
Skidmark propellant.

Tom

Quote:

> Anyone else have this problem? The disc goes between the grains and
> the nozzle it appears. What does this disc do... help keep gases from
> burning towards the nozzle o-rings?

> Thanks.


 
 
 

AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

Post by MaSter bLaste » Sun, 17 Aug 2003 19:55:42


On Sat, 16 Aug 2003 05:53:25 GMT, "Tom Binford"

Quote:

>The M1850GG I burned didn't have a disc. The only time I've seen them is for
>Skidmark propellant.

My M-3000 doesn't have one either... I think I'll fly it without it.

Jim

 
 
 

AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

Post by Joel Roger » Mon, 18 Aug 2003 07:34:32


The white propellant burns hotter than the others, it may have somthing to
do with that. I would contact the dealer or email AMW directly.

Joel
77267
L2


Quote:
> All 3 of the M-1350's I have are without a fiberboard disc as  called
> for in the instructions.

> Anyone else have this problem? The disc goes between the grains and
> the nozzle it appears. What does this disc do... help keep gases from
> burning towards the nozzle o-rings?

> Thanks.

 
 
 

AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

Post by AMW Zoo Keepe » Mon, 18 Aug 2003 08:44:14


MaSter bLasteR:

AMW has have found that the disc is not needed in M1350WW.  We went to a
slightly smaller diameter smoke element and eliminated the need for the
nozzle insulation washer.  The change in smoke element can be determined by
the wall thickness of the smoke element paper liner.  The new smoke element
has ~3/16" wall thickness .vs. the original wall thickness that matches the
grain liners.

We apologize that the motor assembly instructions were not updated on some
product shipped this summer.  The fiber disc needed to be removed from the
parts list and the assembly instructions on the M1350WW.   If you end up
with a motor with a disc (and the larger smoke element), it should be used
per the instructions included.

Hope this answers your question.  Since we do not have time to regularly
monitor the news groups to answer questions, or  If you need any further
information;
please let us know using the  sales "at" animalmotorworks.com email address.

Thanks for buying Animal Motor Works products.

The AMW Zookeepers
www.animalmotorworks.com


Quote:
> All 3 of the M-1350's I have are without a fiberboard disc as  called
> for in the instructions.

> Anyone else have this problem? The disc goes between the grains and
> the nozzle it appears. What does this disc do... help keep gases from
> burning towards the nozzle o-rings?

> Thanks.

 
 
 

AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

Post by MaSter bLaste » Tue, 19 Aug 2003 11:30:57


On Sat, 16 Aug 2003 23:44:14 GMT, "AMW Zoo Keeper"

Quote:

>AMW has have found that the disc is not needed in M1350WW.

Thanks AMW Zookeeper. Your motors rock!
 
 
 

AMW M-1350's didn't include fiberboard disc.

Post by Paxto » Wed, 20 Aug 2003 04:02:34


"They should I invented them."

Don't I do a good Jerry impersonation or what!!! I should be on last comic
standing. Or would anybody get it?

Sorry Jerry, just teasing :-)

Now if only they would start selling 29mm F-I motors.

Pax


Quote:
> On Sat, 16 Aug 2003 23:44:14 GMT, "AMW Zoo Keeper"

> >AMW has have found that the disc is not needed in M1350WW.

> Thanks AMW Zookeeper. Your motors rock!