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Old 29-03-2013, 05:52   #1
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I am firing up the water maker and the small hose after the membranes has a pinhole leak. It's not the real high pressure hose, but I have tried repairing with a hose bandage and rescue tape, but it's high enough pressure to start up. . I am not in the US now and am trying to repair the hose. Is there any way to fix it?

It's this type of hose and the hole is where the green tape is. It can't be any shorter or I would make do...
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Old 29-03-2013, 13:17   #2
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Re: Repairing water hose on watermaker

Not sure where you are at, but if you can find a hardware store store that sells plumbing parts they should have 1/4" tubing used for refrigerator ice/water machines. It usually comes in 25' lengths. You could replace the entire run and re-use both fittings or they should have John Guest fittings John Guest 1/4" White Polypropylene (OD) Straight Union Connector . You could just cut your blue tube right at the pin hole and use the fitting to splice it back together.
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