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Old 21 April 2013, 17:58   #1
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Water in tubes

I recently purchased a used Zodiac MK II Type 2234. It's in pretty good shape other than a couple handles have pulled off and it came with all the original equipment. The only real set back is when i got home and in my heated shop i found out there was water in the tubes, previously ice because it was stored outside. Is there anything I can do to drain it without poking a hole in it then patching?

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Old 22 April 2013, 02:09   #2
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I wonder if it would be possible to remove the valve and insert a small pipe and suck it out with a pump?

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Old 22 April 2013, 04:08   #3
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Suck the tubes totally flat with a pump in reverse?
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