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Old   March 29, 2002, 00:06
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terry j stengel
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I am attempting to utilize the water pressure from a normal garden hose, and with a separate attachment using 1/8 inch tubing attached to a plastic reservoir, siphon the liquid from the reservoir into the water flow. If interested in this challenge, I will e.mail an attachment describing this via visual. Many thanks.
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