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Machine is leaking

I have had the machine apart several times and I discovered that I need an o ring.
where do you get the parts? I live in British Columbia, Canada.

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You can buy 'O' rings at Most industrial supply companies. A lawnmower shop will also have some, if you need something real small. If all else fails, you can make one out of a wide rubber band. Put a hole in it to fit around where it goes and trim it to fit with a finger nail clipper. I've used this method to fix a chipper and a lawnmower carburator.

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