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    I am just setting up this Agie and to clean the dielectric tank I removed the left side tank cover to better get at the tank. There is an approx. 3" flexible hose on the top of it leading up to the burn tank and a flexible aluminum 3" hose coming out of the bottom that goes somewhere, which is my problem. When the tank cover was removed, the alum. flex hose was pulled out of it's location and all I need to know is where it is supposed to go. All I know is that it goes somewhere in the back of the machine. After reading through the manual three times with no luck I came here.

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    Is it the return pipe to the sump? I think this machine keeps the sump in the base of the machine (if it’s like the mondo 20 I used to use)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke.kerbey View Post
    Is it the return pipe to the sump? I think this machine keeps the sump in the base of the machine (if it’s like the mondo 20 I used to use)
    I guess that if the hose just leads back to the sump, it shouldn't be critical where it is positioned in the sump?

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    the aluminum flex hose just directs the dielectric back into the reservoir.
    The positioning of it is not critical.


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