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    Default dry box problem

    bought my vacuum dry box about 10 months ago...
    recently have been noticing my dry box vacuum indicator always shows there is air inside.
    after i pump out the air, in 24 hrs, the indicator will show there is air again

    anybody having this problem? im using a brand called vam, bought from CP...
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    Default Re: dry box problem

    There is a leak in one of the seals.
    Last edited by smtan24; 8th June 2006 at 08:53 PM.

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    Default Re: dry box problem

    Time to get a real dry cab.

    Rubber seal could be harden or not seat correctly.

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    yeah, i intend to get a dry cab soon, but in the mean time, i need the box to be working first...
    so any solutions to the leaking of seal?

    i always put some silicon gel in the dry box and currently the meter reads at about 48%...
    however i gotta keep changing the silicon
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    Default Re: dry box problem

    Find a big plastic bag, put the dry box inside it and suck the air out.

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    ok, thanks for all the solutions!
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