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    Leak in pool line hose

    One of my underground lines has a pinhole size leak, above ground, a few inches from where the hose comes out of the ground before it goes into the pump intake. Temporarily wrapped it with Gorilla tape and it is holding pretty good. But how should I permanently fix the leak? Here is an image of what I think is a similar type hose:

    - Max
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    Re: Leak in pool line hose

    Can you confirm it is flex hose and is it glued into place?
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    Re: Leak in pool line hose

    Quote Originally Posted by duraleigh View Post
    Can you confirm it is flex hose and is it glued into place?
    Yes, to both.
    - Max
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    Hayward TigerShark robotic cleaner

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