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Each line fitting has an O ring to seal in top of housing bore that can fail over time. If the screw clamps can be removed and pump top area thoroughly cleaned each delivery valve fitting can be removed to replace the O ring. There is a spring inside too, and some have a peg in top of spring, also a brass washer on valve top that seals to fitting inside. You will need the pump assembly ten digit # to get the right O rings, for example, 123456-1234 on pump tag. Probably a PES A or AD model pump, each use different seals. Not common for so many to leak at once, but does happen.
You will need the proper torque spec too.
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