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Re: [IP] Improving seal on Sports Guard Case



The Sports Guard case is completely made of plastic -- no
rubber o-rings.

The idea of putting "Vaseline" around it comes from MM's
instructions.

8^)



- --- Richard Aleksander <email @ redacted> wrote:
> On Fri, 7 May 1999 00:04:44 -0700 (PDT)
> Susan K <email @ redacted> wrote
> 
> >If it is the MM Sports Guard case you are referring to,
> try
> >putting "Vaseline" around the open edges before you
> close
> >it up ... helps seal it better!
> 
> I am unfamiliar with the sports guard case, but I do have
> a pool filter cap
> that includes a rubber "o" ring and Vaseline works to
> dissolve the rubber -
> it stretches out and kills it - and I had to replace the
> ring and treat it
> with the right stuff, a silicone based jelly called
> "Magic Lube
> lubricant/sealant," from Aladdin Mfg.., Sarasota FL, also
> from a pool supply
> store.
> 
> For any would-be pumpers still comparing pumps for whom
> this feature is
> important, thankfully the Disetronic is fully waterproof
> without requiring
> add-on cases or chemical sealant.
> 
> Richard
> email @ redacted
> 
> 
> 
>
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