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Old 10-14-2019, 07:12 PM   #1
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COLD water leak

Has anyone else witnessed this? When weather turns a tad cold, some of the crimped hose fittings in 'wet bay' seem to seep a bit. Ran across one of the hoses connected to the whole house filter while here in north Texas. Fixed with the screw type hose clamp, but what a booger to take the crimped one off. Just a heads up to those in the colder climes..
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We used to call them "Cold Leaks" on the trucks.
As soon as the coolant warmed up they would stop.
Simple expansion and contraction of plastic lines. But still maddening.
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