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should not hurt it but dry it out good.

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Had it happen once, beginning of the season, forgot to relube the o rings. Dried it out and had to replace the batteries. Just have to make sure the o rings are greased.

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make sure o-ring is in right groove.

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vegetable or olive oil will work and shouldn't degrade the o ring. A little bit goes a long way:smile:

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I believe the o-rings are made of Nitrile and not effected by petroleum products. I’ve been using Vaseline for over five years and still on the original o-rings with no leaks.

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Look in the plumbing department at a hardware store for silicone spray or grease, or even faucet grease made for faucet o-rings. 

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I cracked my cap once. Not sure how. Probably overtightened. Ordered a new cap from FH. Problem solved.


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I cracked my cap once. Not sure how. Probably overtightened. Ordered a new cap from FH. Problem solved.


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Was told by Fish Hawk rep that you should occasionally loosen cap due to extreme gas build up potential of the batteries. I guess this has the ability to crack them.


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I replaced Oring. All good now. That tiny piece of paper they send in itt cut the oring. Guess I should have took that out

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