Any ideas? It doesn't leak if I disconnect the line and bleed the pressure... It's only the backside. The front side doesn't leak. Thanks.
Taken from anearly post: removing rear dry-break from tank...cltgt said:The replacement part is coming in today. Question I have is how in the blue **** do you get that clamp off without destroying it? I tried using pliers to squeeze together, but can't get the teeth to lift up and over the stops. Otherwise, i'm cutting it off and putting a regular clamp on there...
AlanH said:Sun, Apr 8 2007 10:57 PM
Squeeze the clamp slightly with a pliers and pry carefully with a small screw driver HERE. You don't want to damage the tank nipple. If you're careful you can reuse this clamp