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    liquidator parts

    anyone know where I can purchase parts for the liquidator?
    Dennis

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    Re: liquidator parts

    who is the manufacture and what parts are you looking for?

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    Re: liquidator parts

    PM Duraleigh he might sell the spare parts for them since he sells the actual item. OR know where to get them from
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    Re: liquidator parts

    No need to PM....others may need the info, too.

    The manufacturer is Hasa, Inc and can be found @ hasapool.com. They are not very responsive.

    Post up what your are looking for and I'll see if I can help.
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    Re: liquidator parts

    I finally got Hasa to call me back, they do not seem very intrested in helping with spare parts but I got what I needed from them. I am not sure why they put there phone number on the unit if they do not want to supply parts?
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    Re: liquidator parts

    What parts do you need? I know a wholesaler who sales their products.

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    Re: liquidator parts

    It looks like the place where, I purchased my Liquidator sells all of the LQ parts. poolandspawarehouse.com

    After three seasons, my outlet float gave way. The plastic had broken down where you screw it into the container and as I went to tighten it the connector just came off. Ordered a repl. today. $31.00! Ouch!

    I wonder if anyone has come up with a float assembly for the LQ that can be made from parts available at a local hardware store? It almost looks like a modified toilet float could work.
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    Re: liquidator parts

    Quote Originally Posted by keithw
    I wonder if anyone has come up with a float assembly for the LQ that can be made from parts available at a local hardware store? It almost looks like a modified toilet float could work.
    My bet is that all of the parts are off-the-shelf. Just a matter of identifying them and locating a source that will sell in small quantities.

    The filler tube appears to be a cutoff oil funnel that you can buy at Walmart. The tank is a standard tank similar to what our plating shop at work uses.
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    Re: liquidator parts

    Yes a lot of it does look pretty common except the float assembly. I am going to do some browsing around Home Depot next time I am in there to see if I can find anything. I googled some key words but couldn't find anything that looked workable.
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    Re: liquidator parts

    Quote Originally Posted by keithw
    Yes a lot of it does look pretty common except the float assembly. I am going to do some browsing around Home Depot next time I am in there to see if I can find anything. I googled some key words but couldn't find anything that looked workable.
    I found some similar items on hydroponics equipment web sites. It might be useful to post a picture in case another member who doesn't have a Liquidator recognizes it.
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