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Pumpers...tubing condensation

I found a way to get rid of it. I kow it says not to wash the tubes, but I wash them with warm soapy water, by sucking it up a little more than halfway and lowering the other end. I couldn't figure out how to dry it. But I found a solution online...rubbing alcohol! Suck it up about halfway, lower the other end so it goes all the way through, and hang to dry. Clears up all the condensation/water!!!! YAY!!!
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    another thing that an lc suggested was to whip the tubes around like a lasso. it worked like a charm!
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    I just leave it attached to the pump, remove the flanges and let it pump for a couple minutes. usually removes all the condensation.
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    imagedcunningham2:
    I just leave it attached to the pump, remove the flanges and let it pump for a couple minutes. usually removes all the condensation.

    I can't do this. If the moisture gets into my motor, it kills it.

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