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Old 01-13-2010, 01:52 AM   #11
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Good idea.. thanks. I'll give it a try
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Cat, if you can't get the hose bib connection off, just cut the tubing and put on a new one. I don't think they are to expensive. You are just suppose to push in on the lip and pull the unit off.
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Probably not.. i'll see if I cna find some similar tubing. Thanks for all the help/ tips
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HomeDepot sells them by the roll.
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So far so good. Temp went up to about 40 so I made it outside and brought the ro/di in. It went a bit slower, but seemed to work well. If it gets lower I'll look into the tubing.

Putting the ro/di in a large rubbermaid tub wrapped in towels with a heat lamp over it did wonders for anyone interested.
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