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Old 08-09-2002, 01:48 PM   #1
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Unhappy Cracked City Water Connector- repair

My recently acquired 1961 Safari has a cracked city water connector that leaks and won't hold air pressure. Ideas to fix it would be appreciated and are replacement connectors for vintage A/S available.

Help.....thanks;

Update: I sealed the crack with an epoxy paste and fiberglass matting. The air pump now builds pressure but looses it over time. Will search for the air leak after I fix the black water dump valve which leaks.

Phil

P.S. this is my first post, probably of many.
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