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Re: How, exactaly do I drain this water seperator.

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I don't know, unscrew and remove the '\', and the 'a' will drain out?
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Left hand metric thread. be careful !
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I think he fell asleep with his thumb on the keyboardddddddddddd......
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been there done that. I just wanted to delete the thread but can only edit and cant even edit the title. Mods feel free to remove.
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been there done that. I just wanted to delete the thread but can only edit and cant even edit the title. Mods feel free to remove.
I tried to delete a thread once and found out that I couldn't, so I edited it to say please ignore this thread. Well..... that brought a lot of ignoramus responses that were rather undeserved. I guess the politically correct statement would be:"Please ignore this thread as it made no sense when I posted it and there is no way it can be deleted. Humble apologies."
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