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Old 09-02-2014, 06:58 PM   #1
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Freshwater tank leak

Hello everyone about a week ago I posted that I have a leak in my freshwater tank. Well I finally found it its on the bottom of the tank one of the plugs were a hose attaches is come loose or broken off. Like I mentioned in the last post this is a brand-new unit. Waiting for the local shop to have an opening to fix it. Any idea how they would fix that. It's hard to get to underneath the bed I could only do so much. Not sure if the plug detach from the face of the tank or if it's the hose attachment that Brokeoff

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Old 09-02-2014, 08:46 PM   #2
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That is/should be covered by the factory warranty. I forsee 2 options, remove the tank and patch it, or replace with a new one. A patch kit is sold but I forget the mfgr. IMO it will be futile to patch or replace the tank without first determining what caused it to break and remedy that.
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