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Old 10-21-2010, 02:08 PM   #11
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its the Python brand one...

i also start the coil at the tank end and leave the water running to "suck" the remaining water out... elevating my end above the sink... and have an air pump running through it while its stored...
I do the same thing. Except: leaving it in the drain postion and after I have removed the vac tube, I put my thumb over the end of the hose while the water is running, let a good vacuum build, then release. This forces the water through. I do this as I walk to the faucet lifting the hose. Then I remove it, coil it up and stuff it into my bucket. (I waste water as it is doing this, I don't want to waste electricity, too, by using a pump. If it gets bad, I guess I'll figure something out then. This is a new hose that is tinted and I haven't had a problem so far, obviously. My last one years ago was clear and never had a problem. (I don't know if the color would contribute as less light gets in)
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