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The lines should be routed the way they originally were. If they are too long or the psi is too high you may have a hard bends in the line where it doesn't belong, The lines not have any sharp bends in them that will slow down pressure. Long/ gentle bends along the tube is what it needs,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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