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Thread: Liquidator float problems

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    Jun 2008
    Brookline, MA

    Liquidator float problems

    Split off of this post. JasonLion

    Quote Originally Posted by smuggs
    I called them after first trying to order replacement floats
    What happened to your floats? How can they get damaged?
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    Gloucester County, NJ

    Re: Liquidator

    Water_man - the threaded part separated from the main part. Lesson here, I think, is to be careful of how much you tighten them when installing (or reinstalling after cleaning) them.
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    Virginia Beach

    Re: Liquidator

    Smuggs, I had the same problem. I think it is partially due to age. They are not overly hard to fix. I posted a link about it here, reenforcing-the-liquidator-float-assemby-t11039.html

    As cheap as epoxy is, I went ahead an fixed my broken one and reinforced the other.
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