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Is it repairable?
I have repaired in the past by disassembling the pump assembly and freeing up the paddles. It will likely require a new gasket - either purchase a new one or make one (tedious but dooable). It is also possible that the leak is from a hose connection instead of the pump - pretty simple to cut back the hose slightly and reconnect.
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
Testimonial: "Don't know why they shoved this under Heaters when it a hot water pump but your comments seem to apply and were welcome as Salamader don't have a replacement 107 x 3mm gasket. It occured to me that the liquid gasket stuff they use on auto cylinder head could also take the pressure."
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