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Re: Roosa Master pump

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12-07-2012 17:52:16

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There are many moving parts inside that pump that have to leak. No rubber seals, just metal to metal. All the fuel that leaks fills that housing and eventually comes out the the return fuel fitting. If it runs - and your 100% sure the fuel isn't leaking into the engine-oil sump past the driveshaft seals - it has to fill up pretty quick.

Are you sure you didn't mess up those driveshaft seals and all the excess diesel isn't going into your crankcase? Check your dipstick.

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12-07-2012 18:27:38

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 Re: Roosa Master pump in reply to LJD, 12-07-2012 17:52:16  
I thought the lip seals on the shaft went in good, but I may have to pull the pump apart again and check them. The bushing was new about 50 hours ago so I know that isn't worn. Oil level looks good but I haven't run it more than a few minutes

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12-08-2012 14:45:36

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 Re: Roosa Master pump in reply to bosshog, 12-07-2012 18:27:38  
I filled the pump body with fuel, let sit ovenight. Level was same. I started generator , removed top bleed screw and pump filled up. I let it run a half hour, everything seems good. I guess I"ll just keep an eye on the oil level as I use it to see if level rises. Thanks for the help guys

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