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And, of course, several issues were found during the inital survey- to start with,
it did indeed leak like the proverbial sieve. I couldn't feed it air fast enough to
actually pressurize anything. On top of that, one of the eye ribbons had been
displaced, caught between the body and the grip frame- showing that
somebody had been working on it.
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