Question about Flojet 03526 144A Triplex Diaphragm 3526 Series Automatic Water System Pump
You can use Teflon tape on the threads or get some epoxy glue at an auto parts store,it comes in a clear tube about the diameter of a nickle.It's called block putty.Just take it out and knead it till it turns whatever color the instructions call for.A local hardware store will have the Teflon tape.Try the tape first and make sure the threads are OK.I have used the putty on my water cooler and on leaking pipes under the sink.One time use it to fix an oil leak on an engine in a car.Thank you for choosing FixYa.com.
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