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    parts for liquidator

    any one know where to buy replacement parts for the liquidator?

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    Re: parts for liquidator

    Call Hasa and ask them.
    www.poolandspawarehouse.com has them too. You have to search the site for them, but Paul (all your parts) has them.

    What parts are you needing?
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    Re: parts for liquidator

    I need a tube adapter

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    Re: parts for liquidator

    Are you talking about the tubing nut the screws onto the float valve?

    Take a picture of the part you need and I may be able to tell you where to get one.
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    Re: parts for liquidator

    A tube adapter is the small black plastic part about 11/2 inches long that goes through the inlet and outlet PVC pipes to and from the pool it is held in place by the stainless steel hose clamp and has a small rubber washer on the bottom side to prevent leaks. The top of this part which the tubing connects to is made of rather thin plastic which tends to break, thus I need a new one.

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    Re: parts for liquidator

    Contact Hasa or Paul (all your parts) but in the mean time I'll look around the shop to see if I can find my left over ones. I threaded my piping and use threaded to adapters for the connnections so I never used the clamped fittings.

    257 beat me to it! That's exactly what you need.
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    Re: parts for liquidator

    A treaded fitting sounds interesting, is it stronger? Maybe you could describe that option more fully as it may be a better solution to my problem.

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    Re: parts for liquidator

    Basically you just get a threaded adapter (I use 1/4" MNPT to 3/8 push-in tubing) and drill and tap the PVC pipe to accept it and hook the hose up. Yes it's magnatudes stronger than the clamped type and a lot cheaper too. You could also use threaded to barbed fittings.

    Here's the fitting I use. Your original LQ tubing will slip right in it. I used them everywhere and even changed the check valve out to a 3/8" size.
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    Re: parts for liquidator

    Thanks for the info bought a fitting for $2.00 taped the PVC and it is up and running. Much stronger than the original. Great idea.

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    Re: parts for liquidator

    What do you use to tap the PVC with?
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    Re: parts for liquidator

    A regular 1/4" NPT tap. I have a set of taps but you can buy them at any of the big box home improvement stores.
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    Re: parts for liquidator

    Thanks Bama!
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