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You just need an Allen wrench or hex key. Not sure what size though. Some of the plastic remains from the manufacturing process.
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Originally Posted by Mikey122687 View Post
I think i figured it out. I matched the sticker mark and reassemble it. However, the jet is loud, like when water moves through the block.
If the mid plate resembled the following pic when you attached the barb/top plate then you got it correct.





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would also be good to know for the future when I get one, pics are a plus, not too sure where that fuzion "crap" came from
This pic shows the "crap" or molding slag that needs to removed from the Fuzions top gasket:

  
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What kind of tools do you need to open the fuzion? I have one, want to make sure it's devoid of "crap" before I install it.
It's a metric allen wrench, I think one comes with it in the box, but I just used my metric set. Going off the top of my head it was in the neighborhood of a 3mm allen..plus or minus 1 mm

I would highly recommend cleaning the gasket crap out when you get it new, seems like only one of the gaskets has this casting leftovers that's all strung out. Other than that though it's a nice looking block inside.
    
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