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Old 09-10-2015, 09:47 PM   #11
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Like armor-all on steer'n wheel?
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Old 09-10-2015, 09:59 PM   #12
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Like armor-all on steer'n wheel?
Yes! Or brake pedal... Or rear bench seat in your medic unit...

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Old 09-10-2015, 10:38 PM   #13
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Have used cooking oil in commode....fixed leaking in to tank with valve closed....wouldn't hold water and valve was very clean
Would you like to expand on this?
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Would you like to expand on this?
Why certainly......the cooking oil softens up the rubber slightly and like a lite grease, fills any voids temporally... need to let it sit for a day or two in bowl. Been hold'n water for 2 months now.
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Tell us about "pam" sounds interesting.
Pam cooking spray,Youve never heard of that? you need to go to the grocery store more often!
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Pam cooking spray,Youve never heard of that? you need to go to the grocery store more often!
I know what "pam" is. You used it how did it work compared to the "fluid"
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Can someone explain how you apply the spray? All I have is a handle at the end and it disappears behind my enclosed bottom...?

I have a blank tank oull they is really getting to be hard to push back (and pulling is a little difficult.
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Can someone explain how you apply the spray? All I have is a handle at the end and it disappears behind my enclosed bottom...?

I have a blank tank oull they is really getting to be hard to push back (and pulling is a little difficult.
I had same problem. I had to pull the handle so hard I thought it would break. I tried spraying some lube into the cable but to no avail. When at Goshen, the fine folks at Cedar Creek replaced the cable (not the valve) and now it is a "two finger" pull/push.
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I know what "pam" is. You used it how did it work compared to the "fluid"
Fluid Film is light years ahead of pam.I use it on hinges,locks,chain drives and sprockets,anything that moves . Its the only spray lube in my tool box (in the toy hauler).I guess the biggest thing is the little wand you can insert into the nozzel so it doesnt spray where you dont want it.
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Can someone explain how you apply the spray? All I have is a handle at the end and it disappears behind my enclosed bottom...?

I have a blank tank oull they is really getting to be hard to push back (and pulling is a little difficult.
Make sure all of your tanks are empty. Open the valve (pull the handle) spray what ever you are using on the shaft and close and open several times. Repeat other tank valves.
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