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I have a small leak on my Raypak 2100 inlet pipe. It's coming from the pvc joint to the cpvc connector so I'm thinking it's a small crack that has developed over age (heater is ~12 years old). I'm thinking the best route is to replace the entire connector and pvc piping back to the main inlet pvc pipe. However, there seems to be some type of reducers between the main inlet pipe coming from the pump and the cpvc connectors to the heater. I'm wondering if this assembly is some kind of plumbing requirement or can I just take all of that out and go straight 2" pipe all the way to the cpvc connector. I have pics that I could send someone if that helps.

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Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.

Based on your description I assume you have 1-1/2" PVC into the 2" connector with a standard 2' x 1-1/2" schedule 40 reducer bushing. You would need a new connector set, a coupling, small length of PVC and another reducer bushing to make the new joint. You may get lucky and find a local source for what is called a pipe extender which would make this a little easier. It glues over the existing PVC and would 'extend' the pipe long enough once attached to then glue into the new connector with a reducer bushing. If you google 0301-15 extender you will see what I am talking about. If you do have 2" PVC then the part number changes to 0301-20.

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You can run 2" all the way if you want. I f you have 1 1/2" coming from the filter you will have to bush it down at some point.
If it comes from the filter in a larger size it will be best to run that size to the heater but 2" probably wont hurt.

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