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Sadly this company seems to be out of business and parts unavailable. You can get vent hose at lowes. I attached the hose to a unit with a couple of small metal brackets, zip ties and vent tape. For the window part, I cut a piece of plywood, painted it white and cut a hole for the vent hose. Attached it with zip ties and silver vent tape.
If you cab salvage a few parts, you won;t have to purchase an entire new vent kit. You can find similar vent hose at any home center in the heating and cooling dept. Just take a piece of your old vent hose with you and match it up to one that same diameter. You can use your old termination and connect it to the new hose. You can do all of this fairly inexpensively.
Hope this helps and saves you a few $$ at the same time.
The fuel tank vent is whats leaking.Some saws that have primer bulb set up were sent from factory with the primer return hose not being long enough so it will either come off or break at the tank vent/filter.I have seen some saws leak around the tank vent when temps are below 10 degrees F due to tank plastic distorting from the cold weather.
That model of neptune dryer had a problem with the blower housings cracking. When the housing cracks, it binds forward into the blower wheel making a loud "rumble" noise and vibration. If you open the door and manually turn the drum and you hear a rubbing noise and feel alot of resistance, then you have a cracked blower housing and need to replace it. It is not an easy job to replace, so if your not familiar with dryers, you should have a technician replace it. Let me know if you have any further questions. shane
It does sound like it is losing charge. Unfortunately, most window units don't have charge ports. And the price you pay to have a guy put a port in and charge it would be more than the cost of a new unit
The Following is a Basic Instruction File I made for Replacing the Fuel Lines and the Filter on Chain Saws and Trimmers. Any Input is Appreciated. >>The Fuel Line is Pushed and Pulled (I Use Long Needle Nose Pliers) Through the Small Hole Until the Hose is Out the Fill Hole about a 1/2". >>You can Also Use a Coat Hanger with a Small J at the End to Hook the Filter in the Tank and Pull the Filter and Hose (if Detached from the Carburetor) Out the Tank Fill Hole Enough to Replace the Filter. >>Then Attach the Filter and Pull the Hose Back Until the Filter Lays at the Bottom of the Tank Just Below the Fill Hole (or so it is in the Bottom of the Tank and will Rest in the Fuel Mix when Turned at Common Angles the Unit May be Turned to During Operation. >>**Hint: Use Plenty of Spray Lubrication at the Small Hole as you are Feeding in the Hose. It Slides Easier.** Please, Do Not Hesitate, If I Missed Something or you Hit a Snag or this Does Not Correct the Problem, I am Here if You Require More Assistance. Hope this Helps. Let me Know What Happens, Please. May the All Mighty Bless You and Yours. Be Safe and Be Happy. Thanks.
The gas could be leaking from the threads or the hose. Get a spray bottle with soap solution (Windex will work too) , turn on the gas (outside only) and then spray the hose or fittings in the suspect areas. If bubbles appear in an area other than the threads, you will probably need to replace the hose.
The usual source of leaks is where the hose is cripmed onto the fittings with the threads. If the threads only are leaking, the fitting can usually be removed, treated with a pipe thread sealing compound (available at most hardware or home improvement stores) and then re-assembled.
Whichever method is used, check for leaks again after the repair is complete.