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Old 10-08-2013, 01:53   #1
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Getting Fed-Up

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I have a perker 4107 and I cannot stop the fuel weeping from the return pipes on the top of injectors. I would think this is a common problem as I have a spare and it too is showing work in that area. being an ex plumber, I have put 5mm compression couplings and 5mm copper from injector to injector then to fuel filter. I think the prob now is vibration so I think I should go back to flexible 5mm fuel pipe and flair the ends of the banjos first. any comments will be very welcome as I feel like packing up for this season and starting afresh next year, but at my age and condition every week is getting shorter. thank you for reading this.
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Old 10-08-2013, 03:06   #2
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Re: getting fed-up

Dear Guile have no ideas about your problem but can relate to your last sentence. Enjoy every day!
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, guile.
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