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This is a temporary repair and my customer did not want the replace the water hose.
This post shows the four steps on how to quick fix a water hose.
Step 1: Above right, fig.1 and fig.2 below shows the water hose has a major leak, notice the water spray coming out of the hose.
|Fig.2 Leak at hose bib|
|Fig.3 Applying electrical tape|
|Fig.4 More layers|
|Fig.5 Final layers|
|Fig.6 Temporary repair job|
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