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Leaked out coolant on red tube

Unfortunately it allowed the tube to fail in a big way. I have not been able to locate a replacement tube. Any ideas where I can look?

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Any RCA parts distributor should have one. The part # is: 256844 with a cost of $280.05.

Hope this helps,
Dan

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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