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If a pump seal can`t hold 10 psi, it`s not worth much anyway.
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Thats what I do works like a charm, except I use wire with a male molex pin on each end....
i used some wire and an old light switch so now i can turn it on or off with a light switch. use it for fun, but i'm going to use it to power my WC system when i get one.
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Originally Posted by cgrado
i used some wire and an old light switch so now i can turn it on or off with a light switch. use it for fun, but i'm going to use it to power my WC system when i get one.
Yeah thats pretty neat....Just dont forget to turn it on with your WC rig, it could get nasty...
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