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Piece of P: youre prob right and its the pressure relief device, which is a silicone rubber ball that gets blown out of a branch of the exit pipe just behind where the hose screws on. If you are careful you can push it back with a small (non sharp) screwdriver etc, looking up from underneath. It would be easier to see if you unscrew the hose first.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
Harry is right, it is a pressure release device that is made from a silicone rubber ball that has been blown out.
But I cannot push it back in as the relief device is flush against the wall. I need to take the front cover off.
This is very easy, a 2 minute job from start to finish. Prise off the label that says "Gainsborough 9.5se" and undo the screw underneath. You then want to unscrew the 2" long white plastic tube that is bottom right. The silicone ball can then be pushed back in easily. Be careful not to drop and lose the ball when you take the tube out; or simply remember to put the plug in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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