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Old 04-18-2007, 10:30 AM   #15
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Hi Alf, sounds like you've been where I'm going... I went under and around the tank and hoses last night. I'm going to have to do the full monty as well. The fill hose is cracked, the 12V pump doesn't work, and it looks to be automotive hose for the feed and vent. A stupid question however to help me understand, Two water lines come off the tank. One vent and one feed I am assuming. One is hooked up to the faucet and one just terminates under the faucet, just hanging there. Is that right?
By the way, I thought 95 bucks for the tank was pretty good as long as I can get it picked up in Edmonchuck. Shipping's the killer...
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Old 05-14-2007, 10:53 PM   #16
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Well, thanks to Polyrama, a windshield washer pump and Princess Auto my egg has running water for the first time in sixteen years! Thanks for the supplier tip, Alf! As a note, a few mods were necessary. The tank from polyrama doesn't have a cutout for the fill, as on the original tank, but is fully rectangular. I was able to move it closer to the frame on the right to get it hooked up though. I replaced all lines, the 12V switch and polished up the faucet. More to come...
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