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Old 04 June 2015, 01:37   #11
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Originally Posted by tpyne2016 View Post
have you got a pic of the boat looking up where that bung goes

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I can take one

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You can give that plug a wrap or two with some soft tape (electrical tape should work) and cram it back into the bung. Alternatively, plug the hole up with plumbers putty. After a run, that should eliminate that area as a source of the leak.


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