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Leaking HST Filter TC-33D

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Mike D.
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 5 No Va
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2002-10-02          43255


New filter leaking, just like old one (original) did after awhile. Surfaces cleaned, gasket slightly greased, filter spun on 3/4 turn past seated. Not spewing but leaking enuf to get the filter gunky after mowing.

Any ideas?? Thank ye!

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Leaking HST Filter TC-33D

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cdcole
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 66 Saukville, WI
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2002-10-09          43605


Because of the large rubber gasket on these filters - there has to be at least 1/16 of an inch compression (at least that is what I would think). Therefore - even with a slight surface imperfection it would probably seal (unless the machined surface is convex or concave at some point). I would check to see if the fluid is coming from a seal point above or behind the filter. My two cents. ....

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