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Edd505

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Posted: 05/24/19 05:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Corkey05 wrote:

ACE hardware ... a large variety of O Rings available in the isle with faucet cartridges. And they are CHEAP!


exactly and no waiting.


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Edd505 wrote:

Corkey05 wrote:

ACE hardware ... a large variety of O Rings available in the isle with faucet cartridges. And they are CHEAP!


exactly and no waiting.


Yep, I've found compatible o-rings at ACE and True Value.


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Vulcan tire has o rings & batteries fo about 17 dollars


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Posted: 05/24/19 08:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The last O-rings I requested from TST were sent gratis.


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After my o-rings went bad I just screwed the cap on without them. Have had no issues or corrosion and caps seal tight enough so water has not gotten under them.


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Charlie D. wrote:

After my o-rings went bad I just screwed the cap on without them. Have had no issues or corrosion and caps seal tight enough so water has not gotten under them.
I think he's talking about the battery compartment O-ring. I don't think I'd want to take a chance without a sealing O-ring there.

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I think I would call TST and have them sent in an envelope as well as ask for the specific size of the o-ring and locally source them. Just a thought. I have that same system and will do that when I need the o-rings. Will see what they say.
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Another option for orings is any hydraulic hose/repair shop

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fj12ryder wrote:

Charlie D. wrote:

After my o-rings went bad I just screwed the cap on without them. Have had no issues or corrosion and caps seal tight enough so water has not gotten under them.
I think he's talking about the battery compartment O-ring. I don't think I'd want to take a chance without a sealing O-ring there.


Understood and I am speaking of the same o-rings. I have not had an issue with water getting under my caps without o-rings. Now, if the sensors were submerged there may be an issue.

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Why not order numerous packs so you have some extras for next time and cut down on the shipping costs.

TST has provided excellent service to me on numerous times with timely emails and replacing a sensor free of charge when one failed after the warranty period was over.


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