To Fix a Hose Using an Orbit Metal Pro Mender

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Locate damaged section

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Locate the damaged section of hose.

Remove damaged section

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Cut away the damaged section of hose. Pay attention that your cuts are straight or the mender will not get the best seal possible and leaks may occur.

Slide clamps onto hose

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Slide gear clamp on to hose before inserting the mender.

Insert barbed mender

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Insert the mender into the hose. It might require letting the hose sit in the sun or using soaping water to insert the mender fully. Make sure it is inserted fully or leaks may occur.

Tighten clamps

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Tighten clamps with a Phillips screwdriver and test hose for leaks.