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Old 18 July 2004, 16:44   #1
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Old 18 July 2004, 16:49   #2
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How about letting down all the chambers adjacent to the suspect one (still fully inflated) then seeing which of the deflated ones self - inflates as it were.

Ear pressed against the tube can also help to detect where it is but you have probably tried that one too.
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Ahhhh the old 'tube leaking into a wormhole in another space/time continuum' problem.

Sorry. can't help on that one.
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You sure it's a hole in the tube and not a dodgy valve?
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That's unfortunate. Tim Griffin was complimenting a company (can't remember who) who paid his petrol and ferry to take the RIB back for repairs. Maybe you canů.
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