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03-07-2011, 02:03 AM
Rubbermaid sump leak...
As most of you (that know me or have seen my thread atleast) know, I am using a 100g rubbermaid on my system.... well finally got the plumbing done, had the rubbermaid half full of water and was getting ready to add in salt, figured better check the plug to make sure it isnt leaking.... sure enough a tiny little leak. It probably wasnt big enough to worry about short term but since I am hoping to leave this system in place for atleast 5 years I dont want to have to keep changing the drip collection towel to not rot out my floor over time
That being said I am wondering what the best option is to seal off the plug. It was wrapped in teflon tape already, but still leaked, so should I re-teflon it myself (previously was done by the factory or TSC).... or just pvc cement it in place (I dont plan on needing to open up the drain for any reason.....). What seems to be the best option? Right now I have it drained and drying out while we think about the best solution
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