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I wouldn't really do that.. You'll eventually get a leak. Get another G1/4" plug, or an o-ring, don't do a mess like that. tongue.gif

Same i wouldnt trust it with no plug at all if he does not wanna get a 0-ring or a plug id get silicon and put on the outside around the area it leaks to stop it to make sure you dont have a huge leak one day.
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post #12 of 13
Sounds like everyone is on the same page.. When it comes to your computer don't do a hack job.

Duct tape sounds like a good idea but the water will eventually work its way out!

I would replace the plug or if it is actually the o ring that is bad take the o ring to a hardware store or a parts store and try to match up the o ring.. The benefit is that you would get it the same day and you would fix your issue...

now if there is a crack in it and it's a flat surface I would go to lowes and get a 2 part epoxy that would hold up to water. Just my $0.02

Good luck!! cheers.gif
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Little of Teflon tape around the plug's threads is the $2 fix.
Duct tape in my 4 figure rig? To hold the water in the loop? Don't think so...rolleyes.gif
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