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OK TOH. You inspired me! I put together a way to bench pressure test my pump. If I can figure out again how to post a picture I'll include it, but I mounted the pump on a heavy angle iron w/cork gasket, plugged the tube end w/a rubber hose & plug, tapped a air connector into it, hooked the whole thing up to my small air compressor so I had a small air supply, pumped up 20# pressure, then sprayed the whole pump & tube w/water & soap mixture (like testing inner tubes!). The good news/bad news is - no air leaks/now what? The pump is out so do I rebuild/replace it?
This post was edited by Lynn Patrick at 11:15:23 03/21/13.
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