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Hairline fracture s200 hayward sand filter

My outside cover had a pinpoint hole with very small sepage last year, now have a 1" hairline fracture, this is start of 3rd year with this filter and cannot find my paperwork (warantee, manual, etc) can a glue be used to fix or should i buy a new cover. if need to buy cover, do any other pieces need to be replaced?

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  • mbshaw3 May 29, 2009

    top portion is the outside casing, tank is fiberglass and water is leaking, thank you for responding, anythink else i can share

  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    By cover, do you mean the top portion of the tank?



    Is the tank fiberglass?

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Here's a link with a fiberglass repair procedure:

http://www.ehow.com/how_2060134_repair-crack-fiberglass.html

Is this what you need? If not, let me know...

Charlie

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