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Originally Posted by VFR750 View Post
You might want to approach the removal of the accumulators with a bit of caution. The system still might be pressurized even though the diaphragm has ruptured.

Or, if one of them is not ruptured, it may when you relieve the system pressure and the nitrogen starts to expand and strains the diaphragm in the opposite direction.

Just be careful.
Right, there is a procedure in the factory manual for removing these. I plan to follow it and wear safety glasses (as always).

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