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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Hell Fire Corner, near Reg Seat of Gvmnt 12
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Originally Posted by Ken911 View Post
i think i'll just go with that solvent from tractor supply and get a new pump if the old one craps out
I think my pump must've been clogged (or rather, the hose from it) after my extended leaving of Paraffin in the tank; I feared for the worst, and started scouring the web for replacement pumps. Not sure whether its a UK thing (availability) but I wasn't exactly bowled over by the amount of options I had, or more specifically, I was bowled over by the cost!! For my small tabletop tank, it's pretty much cost prohibitive versus junking it and buying a new unit in one of the numerous sales. (As it happens it must've been a clogged hose, it's working fine now. My motor has an inductively spun impeller, so apart from one of the watertight seals going on the electrical side, there's not a lot to go wrong)
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