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Old 11-30-2015   #1
 
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Replacing what you break - Eco safe groover replacement parts

So borrowed an Eco safe groover from a friend. No carnage with the groover to speak of...Yah! As I was cleaning it I noticed the small rubber pressure relief gasket on the top of the 6" screwtop lid was getting old and it broke while I was cleaning the lid. So I have been looking online for either a replacement gasket or a lid and can't seem to find one anywhere yet! HELP! Just trying to make this right for my buddy but buying a whole new spare tank seems excessive.

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Call Cascade. I think they carry all the little groover bits and pieces
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Eco-safe.net

home page for the eco safe company in Wichita KS contact info at bottom of page
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Eco-safe.net

home page for the eco safe company in Wichita KS contact info at bottom of page
thanks. yeah they give you a nice list of dealers near me.
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Cascade sells a lot of replacement parts. I once had to order a new drain hose and they were able to sell me just that. The old one disappeared down the hole one time. bummer...


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Those gaskets just flatten out and crack over time. I couldn't find just gaskets, but I picked up new lids at Andy & Bax in Portland, who also carry all of the other little bits and pieces in their store. I'm sure a dealer in your area will have them, or as others have suggested try Cascade or NRS.

Good on you for fixing it for your buddy.
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Can't hurt to take a look at the hardware store.
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Looks like a standard rubber grommet to me. You might be able to find one at an industrial supply place like here...

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GTS INC calls them a "buna vent". Paul from GTS is sending me a new one free of charge. Cascade does sell replacement lids for a fair price of $11 and Caleb went and checked all their little repair drawers for one he could send me. Enjoyed talking with both company's employees. Thanks for the help y'all.
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I lost the smaller cap on a trip. Called the company in midwest somewhere. I paid for one and they sent me a freebie as well.
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