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Old 03-02-2012, 08:16 AM   #1
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Sealtech, portland Or.

Has anyone in the Portland, Or. area used/rented a sealtech (air pressure) machine? I have fought a small leak for two months.. Forecast says sun this weekend so I am going over it with caulk one more time before doing the air pressure test. Thanks, Don
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You can make your own with a leaf blower, & a piece of plywood in a window.
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I have a strong leaf blower. ?? do i cover/tape windows or roof vents
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A google find: This Simple Leak Test Will Find Small Undetected Water Leaks

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Dave, thanks for the input. great idea, looks like something Jed Clampet or Red Green would do. I might look at getting some fans now.
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Well shucks, ya know it's amazing what one can do with a little duct tape, bailing wire, twine, and a cresent wrench. Oh, throw in some WD-40 (fish oil) too!

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