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Old 04-16-2014, 08:18 PM   #1
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I have discovered that I have leaks (very minor) in both the inlet and outlet connections to my W/H. They are where the plastic parts screw into the tank. The water lines connect to the plastic parts that screw into the tank and those connections are not leaking. I can live with the situation by catching the drips in a small dish until I get time to try and correct the problem. Has anyone had the same problem and if so what was the resolution? I have a 2009 32BHDS
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Can you tighten them?
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You can also try plumbers tape. ( very thin white tape you wrap around the threads of the pipe and screw back in)
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You can also try plumbers tape. ( very thin white tape you wrap around the threads of the pipe and screw back in)
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Had the same problem, plumbers tape took care of it.

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