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Re: [IP] Taking the pump in the water. CAN I??

April M. Mar wrote:
> What, if anything, has anyone found for taking their pump in the water?

Seems like I remember someone mentioning plastic baggies and duct
tape!!!!  Seriously!!!

If the baggie is closely inspected for holes, and the pump is double
bagged, and the opening is securely taped with duct tape to the tubing,
you might be able to make it water-proof.

It means tape guck on the tubing, but you can easily change the tubing
at the end of the day without having to change the site -- use the
tubings that were left over from when you changed the site and not the

I dunno, might work -- I've never tried it, but it SOUNDS good!!!

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