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Vacuum Pump Failure

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magman

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The mfgs state that when a Vac Pump fails the hoses should be blown out.

The thought is that during failure particles of the pump are deposited in the hoses

& will cause the new pump to fail.

Any feed back on how much of the hoses to remove to ADEQUATELY perform this task?

Back to the Relief Valve (Regulator) on thr firewall? Other?
 

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