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Thread: Leaking chlorinator tube on Rainbow 320

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    Leaking chlorinator tube on Rainbow 320

    This is on an in-line Rainbow 320 chlorinator. I have a leaking OD 5/8" chlorinator tube that connects from the chlorinator control valve down to the main piping. It has a metal spring around it.
    I have located a replacement part and it looks like a fairly simple job. My question is, other than turning off the pump, is there any other precautions I need to take when swapping out this tube?
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    Re: Leaking chlorinator tube on Rainbow 320

    Nope, that should be it. Teflon tape is a good idea. Other than that, just unscrew and replace.
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