Hi, this is Colleen Becker with Mustang Survivaland I’d just like to talk to you about yourinflatable vests, how to inspect it, how tomake sure that it’s armed and prepared andready to go at all times. So, one of the thingsthat I really think that you should do ismaintenance on your vest. So, a couple ofthings that I would like to show you on thisis how to make sure that your cylinder andyour bobbin are in good working order andhow to inspect your chamber. So, to . . . I would just like to show quicklyon how to inspect the chamber. So, what you’lldo is open this part right here and thereis a tube right here. When you blow into thistube, it will inflate this vest. Inflate itnice and firm and make sure that this holdsair. As long as it holds air, I like to leaveit set for about ten minutes just to makesure that it’s still firm and then let theair out. To let the air out, you just turn this capover, put it right into here and push theair out. When the air is all out, flip itback over, cover it up and fold this backover and you’re good to go. You’ll know thatyour vest will now hold air. So, a lot ofpeople ask me, how do I know if my . . . whenmy cylinder or my thing needs to be changed?So, I like to show them this way. To get to your . . . to where everything is,your bobbin and your cylinder will go in here. Make sure that your manual pull is not inhere so that it’s coming out of the way. Reachdown in here, grab the whole mechanism withyour hand and pull it up here where you cansee it. Once you have it up here where youcan see it, I always like to make sure thatI take the CO2 cylinder off first to makesure that it’s not going to inflate on me. So, I take that off, set it aside and thenyour bobbin is in here. So, you open thisup and here’s your bobbin. So, if you can see on here, there’s some ribbedsubstance in here. So, if that is ribbed andit’s in good condition, you’re welcome toput this back in and continue to use this. If for any reason this is . . . looks likeit’s starting to dissolve or the ribs areflattened out, this needs to be replaced. So, if you need to replace it, you can geta rearm kit that looks like this from yourlocal retailer. Then you take this kit andI’m going to put this back in because minewas in good working condition. This bobbincan only go in one direction. You cannot putit in incorrectly and it will line up andwhen it does, it will just fall right intoplace, just like that. You take your cover and put it back on andscrew it down just until it stops turning,just to snug. Once it’s there, you grab yourCO2 cylinder, lift up on this little yellowspring part here, push this down in here andturn it a quarter turn and now this is armedand ready to go. It’s green right here toshow that it’s armed. Push this right backinto place, hold down your manual tab andput that back into place just like that. Laythis nice and flat, fold this over like thisand now you know that you are all set, armedand ready to go for this season. Thank you.