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Evaporative cooler model ev 290 not working. What would be the problem?

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SOURCE: evaporative cooler not getting water from water line

If you are not getting water to your cooler, check your water valve where is connected to supply line. Check your supply tubing for kinks. Check your float for a bent rod or internal stoppage. Here in El Paso TX we have a lot of lime and calcium in our water that can cause blockages

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and 2) the general idea that if you have water where it is not supposed to be, it likely is because there is a hole---obviously caused by rust--that allowed such water to get penetrated through. See more on rust holes of coolers here:
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