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Old 07-31-2017, 05:04 AM   #1345
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I think e spoke, did I answer all your questions?
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Hi Mike,

Just this:

I am leaning towards the cap. If I need air, I realize I have to unscrew the cap - - and when I screw it back on is there anything else which needs to be done, such as reprogramming

I will be ordering on line today........

Thanks in advance for the information.

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Once the receiver is programmed for the transmitter, it's good, just keep the transmitter on the same when it came off of. It might take some time for the receiver to pick it up again, but that might be your only problem.
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Old 07-31-2017, 03:24 PM   #1347
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Once the receiver is programmed for the transmitter, it's good, just keep the transmitter on the same when it came off of. It might take some time for the receiver to pick it up again, but that might be your only problem.
Thanks.....ordered the 507s today.

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Mike tried the discount code today July 31st, and it comes back as expired.
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I am deciding between the TST-507 and the TT-500 with lifetime warranty. does anyone have experience with both and has an opinion?
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Please feel free to contact me and we can discuss the many differences between TST-507 and the TT-500

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I talked to Jeff Sunday (July 30) afternoon about a problem, and ordered two new 507 flow-through sensors. Didn't know about the irv2.com discount, can it be applied retro-actively?
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I can not change it now, but I can do something. How about next time you need to replace your batteries call me at 210-420-0132
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Anyone order O-Rings form TST lately? I just did and all I can say for O-Rings, OUCH!!
Anyone find O-Rings that work from another source? Oh, ya guess they send some small screws along (don't need) and something else...$27.80 with shipping just for 14 little O-Rings so I can change batteries in my 507's
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Mike,

I have one sensor all of the sudden reading low (507 flow thru). It scared me as I turned on the TPMS this morning prior to travel and I thought I may have a leak. It was reading 63 when it should be 85. I went out and put a gauge on it and it read 84. I removed the sensor and reinstalled it, same issue.

This is now two 507's that are bad. One I am bringing to you at the Sept rally (IRV2 or Newmar, I can't remember which we spoke of on the phone that I cannot inflate through). Is there any way to correct the low pressure reading which is obviously incorrect?

Do I need to carry spares if these are not reliable? I have 12 total sensors purchased from you and extended warranty.

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Old 08-12-2017, 02:34 PM   #1355
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TST isn't the only company that gouges on the maintenance items. I just purchased the decalcification tablets for my Truma instant hot water for $20 plus $9.50 shipping. Questionable about the product cost, $9.50 to ship 4 small tables???? They have us hostage :(
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Thankfully I requested spare o-rings and screws before I needed them a couple of years ago under the previous management, and received several "packets" of spares free gratis.

Sorry to see such an obviously small cost goodwill customer service gesture go away.

Gives you pause...
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Yes Jeffery, I was blown away at that nonsense but I wanted to get my 507's ready for some longer trips that are coming up. Not thinking good thoughts about TST right now.
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Please feel free to call me, with the TST you get free orings for life, I would like to explain our 3 year warranty and our 507 Kits. I am available until midnight 7 days a week @ 770-889-9102
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The above quote is from post #10 of this thread from a couple of years ago. I get that postage is not free, but an envelope and a stamp can't be that much to mail a supply of rings to customers who have invested their money in the TST system. There's a couple of old expressions: 'penny wise and pound foolish' and 'nickel and diming customers'. If TST's policy is to now charge customers for the orings, they would do well to reconsider.
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