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 Posted: Tue Dec 1st, 2009 01:34 am
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anybody know the best way to clean this out. It's full of sand and not allowing to fill and won't shut the water off before I get and overload problem. I took the basket out but can't really get to it from there. I tried the outside but it looks like that plug piece is glued in from the factory

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Use shop air or shop vac

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I keep a portable air tank with a rubber-tipped squirt nozzle in my van. Use it for all kinds of stuff: cleaning metering orifices in gas ovens, blowing gookus outta condensate drains in refrigemerators, and blowing factory grit outta pressure domes in Whirlpool DD top load washers.



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Thinking about trying one of these

http://www.diversitech.com/prod/gallo_gun.php



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appl.tech.29501 wrote: Thinking about trying one of these

http://www.diversitech.com/prod/gallo_gun.php

looks good.. about $ 35

refills 12/ $20

here's the PDF

http://www.diversitech.com/literature/LIT-FLY-GG.pdf

 



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Elegant! 800 psi air pressure, too. That gets me pumped waaay up!



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make sure those knots are tight ...



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