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I need a silicone tube to replace the one that runs from the blower to the air pressure sensor. I have not been able to locate this at a hardware or pool supply. Any suggestions?

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470328 is the part number for that tubing. It is available at any online pool parts store, and any local pool company should have it in stock as well (if they are any good)

http://www.patriot-supply.com/products/showitem.cfm/139093
the above link is the cheapest i could find this part online

Posted on Jul 12, 2011

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