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Re: Cav pump leaking question...

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11-18-2012 19:28:29

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You can try to tighten said fittings that are leaking. If the leak does not stop, replace the seal washers that reside on both sides of the fitting.

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11-19-2012 05:20:46

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 Re: Cav pump leaking question... in reply to Bern, 11-18-2012 19:28:29  
Tks guys.
Ok, so the one on the right is copper washers.

I did already try snug both these up and that did nothing on the pipe fitting and may have made the one on the left, what I have been called a cap nut, a little worse.

My questions is CAN I TAKE off the cap nut?
Is there anything like a spring or whatever that I
should watch out for or not touch at all.

Thing is I am in the middle of digging foundation for garage and can not afford to have TLB down right now.

TLB seems a little under powered. If it is not getting full fuel pressure or sucking air that would explain the slight lack of power.


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11-19-2012 19:16:49

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 Re: Cav pump leaking question... in reply to PeteTheRookie, 11-19-2012 05:20:46  
Yes, you can take off the "cap nut" as you call it, without any issues.

This fitting uses washers that are not copper. Not sure what they are made out of, but copper will not seal against those high pressures. Go to the dealer and get what's called for.

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