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Hi one of my car tire cannot be charged, suspect the charging valve is stuck.
What should I do? Can the valve be replaced or must I change tire?

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Hi one of my car tire cannot be charged, suspect the charging valve is stuck.

What should I do? Can the valve be replaced or must I change tire?

 

 

valve can be changed.

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go to a tire shop to resolve...

maybe need to change the valve...

 

this is safer.. any problem, the tire shop will be able to resolve...

rather than u do it in a carpark and end with a flat tire..

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Would it be expensive just to change the valve?

Changing car in 2 weeks, don't wanna spend too much money on this old car.

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Would it be expensive just to change the valve?

Changing car in 2 weeks, don't wanna spend too much money on this old car.

I see you are very kancheong! Opening 2 threads!

I paid $10 for the valve recently!

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I see you are very kancheong! Opening 2 threads!

I paid $10 for the valve recently!

Yes paiseh. Was afraid either forum is inactive.

Thanks for the response, will visit a tire shop later.

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Hi one of my car tire cannot be charged, suspect the charging valve is stuck.

What should I do? Can the valve be replaced or must I change tire?

 

The one-way check valve that is screwed into the tubless valve stem may have a fault or sized spring due to water or dirts.

The check valve can be easily removed with s simple 4 way tyre tool.

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Yes paiseh. Was afraid either forum is inactive.

Thanks for the response, will visit a tire shop later.

No problem. Hope you can resolve your problem soon.

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Tyre cannot charge one

 

 

They only can be pumped.

 

Tyre cannot pump one.

 

They only can be inflated.

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Hi one of my car tire cannot be charged, suspect the charging valve is stuck.

What should I do? Can the valve be replaced or must I change tire?

Your English standard until primary 6 is it?

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Your English standard until primary 6 is it?

Hi is it necessary to make fun of people like this?

I am using charging because I use the term at my work when we charge the aircraft tire. I don't think its wrong.

You can go read up the dictionary, charge can also mean to fill(air, water, etc).

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Hi is it necessary to make fun of people like this?

I am using charging because I use the term at my work when we charge the aircraft tire. I don't think its wrong.

this is just a forum, take it easy man.

Just ignore the comments.

Happy CNY [bounce2]

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Sure.

Hi is it necessary to make fun of people like this?
I am using charging because I use the term at my work when we charge the aircraft tire. I don't think its wrong.
You can go read up the dictionary, charge can also mean to fill(air, water, etc).

 

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Hi is it necessary to make fun of people like this?

I am using charging because I use the term at my work when we charge the aircraft tire. I don't think its wrong.

You can go read up the dictionary, charge can also mean to fill(air, water, etc).

Not make fun but trying to let you know for car tyre, we normally call it pump or inflate tyre.

 

 

No offense, happy CNY

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Valves are cheap, around 10+ don't worry.

 

The tubless stem and valve is dirt cheap, the cost of s$10.00 is more for labour in removing the wheel from the car and removing the tyre from the rim using a tyre changing machine.

If they use this simple tyre valve tool they could easily make much more profit from labour time saving.

 

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