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Old 11-09-2015, 01:07 AM   #21
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Pretty easy, I wish I had checked this earlier, but since it had been this way since day 1, I was not thinking that it could have began already clogged!
There were a lot of those plastic bits that turned up in the filter before the pump so it's not terribly surprising. Just had to wait until my tank was empty and it took all of 5 mins to figure out.
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Old 11-09-2015, 02:27 PM   #22
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Looks like there was, after all, a mouse living inside the line from tank to pump....

ok, it was just a whole little nest of polyethelyne shavings from, I suspect, when the holes were drilled into the tank for the bung fittings.

Now my water pressure is awesome and I have a new problem--My water tank lasts half as long as it used to!

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Old 11-09-2015, 09:03 PM   #23
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Just had to wait until my tank was empty and it took all of 5 mins to figure out.
Thats not entirely true, it just would have been reallllllly messy if you didn't.
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hey charles, do you use a water filter? if so where in line doid you put yours. i have mine and am ready to start plumbing. was thinking about putting the water filter inline right before the kitchen sink (under it). that way i hope to extend the life of the filter by only filtering drinking water not all of the 100g tank every time i fill it. thoughts? the metal in your shower is great!
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