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Old 03 September 2009, 10:25   #11
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Before you fill it up again, you should have it pressure tested. As I recall, the pressure range is pretty small: just a few psi, but a soapy water shower then should make leaks pretty evident. You could probably rig something up to do it yourself without too much trouble.

Hope it's nothing serious;


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