Re: leaky petcock-repair?

Ben Van Zoest /
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From what I read from your post rubber ring/leak you should fix it first, any good hardware store has a selection of O rings one of which will do the job. Whenever I take any device apart that utilizes O rings and to prevent future misery I renew them right away.

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