I have a NavTec tensioner as well, don't remember the specific model. Mine
was doing the same thing and supposedly you need special tools to fix them.
So a repair shop is the only option. Unfortunately they are expensive.
On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 9:46 AM John McKay via CnC-List <
> Continuing in my saga to figure out why the tensioner does not hold, I
> have unscrewed every screw and bolt and guage. Nothing looks worn but I
> know that something being old and brittle could be the issue.
> It seems to me the tensioner drum itself has to come apart so you can get
> at the seals or o-ring at the bottom of the piston. I cannot see how to
> open this. Does anyone know how this comes apart?
> I have the Navtec 10 - 7 which is the square sided drum
> John on Enterprise
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