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Thread: Hayward CC10092S leaking around Lock Ring

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    Hayward CC10092S leaking around Lock Ring

    Hey folks, I've owned a Hayward CC10092S for the last two years - couldn't get the top open but finally did last week. That's great news because I could change the filter but bad news because now, after trying to screw the top back on, I'm getting a major leak around the lock ring.

    I cleaned out everything, added some lubricant to the threads, but I'm still getting the leak. Are there any seals inside that I should be aware of? Not finding any documentation about this on the Hayward site.


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    Re: Hayward CC10092S leaking around Lock Ring

    Check the body o-ring to see if it's seating properly. A very light coating of teflon-based lubricant can help keep and restore flexibility to the seal. Inspect it for cracking and if you find any, replace.
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