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I would start by checking for kinks in the vacuum hose. The situation you describe would usually result in a low vacuum situation and if the hose is kinked, this could lead to the problem you describe. There could be a problem with the tap itself and a good place to look for more info is at www.triumphrat.net, the Triumph owner's forum.