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The water heater needs to be replaced. The rust-colored slime indicates that the water heater has a leak.

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I use Slime in my bike tires and am following dealers recommondation that I pump up tire to 40 lbs pressure every 2 weeks.I am encountering problems inflating tires.It seems that the Slime will not allow...

I am pretty sure on the slime I use that it says I had to ride the bike immediatley after I put it in for about 5 miles, this was to throw the slime to the outer edge, also have you tried with the valve at the top of the wheel when pumping?

Please let me know if this doesnt help, if it does however can you rate my answer.

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I don't even know if this is possible on your machine but see if you can get bleach into your water intake port, if the green slime still shows up you may need to contact your board of health because it sounds as if the problem is your incoming water and you may need to have your water company clean their pipes or even replace them, did you perchance loose water pressure before the slime became a problem?

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