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    HA6 or CT1

    Pond sprung a leak over the weekend, probably loosing 250 litres over a 24 hour period, it appears to be under a stainless steel spillway which is a intergyral part of my system and cant be bypassed without big consequences to my filters, i can shut it down for a hour or so while i attempt the repair, original sealant used was Gold Label but i think after a recent ICC treatment used with salt at 0.6% it may have broken down the seal, not sure what sealant to use, any advice please. ( Stainless steel spillway to pond liner)



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    I would go ct1 mate as it will still seal even if the spillway is wet
    But sure others will advise better

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    Thanks Jonathan, just ordered some
    Quote Originally Posted by Ajm View Post
    I would go ct1 mate as it will still seal even if the spillway is wet
    But sure others will advise better

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    Just read this Paddy,have some pu18 which you can have which I use but ct1 is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john1 View Post
    Just read this Paddy,have some pu18 which you can have which I use but ct1 is good.
    Thanks John, i managed to get some CT1 from a shop locally so im going to give it a go the weekend, at the moment the leak is helping me dilute the salt out of the pond

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    Remember seeing the spill,is it leaking onto the floor?

    Give us a shout if you want a hand Paddy.
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    It's leaking between the 2 ponds and seeping out through the sleepers and running off into god knows where, I should be ok fixing it how hard can it be to fix a leak HA6 or CT1thanks for the offer John,

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    I am here if you need a help no problems Paddy.
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    Did you get it sorted Paddy?
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    No I decided to leave it until tomorrow, I was working this morning and redone my big blue this afternoon instead, when I come back from shopping tomorrow I'll have a go

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