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Re: How tight to screw in crown??
In Response To: How tight to screw in crown?? ()

: How tight do you screw in the crown? I'm concerned that either
: I'm not going to tighten it enough and it will leak, or
: I'll tighten it too much and I'll do damage to it.

The threading of the crown provides the water tightness -- not specifically how tight you can get it screwed shut. So unless you are going really deep, you should not worry about needing to tighten it more than simply with normal finger pressure to the point it resists.

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How tight to screw in crown??
Re: How tight to screw in crown??
I screw it in until I feel resistance. (nt)
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