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last one i did, if my memory serves me, the brackets were screwed in, so I unscrewed the brackets and removed the tank. Or was that a Baxi?Tom
The top bracket looks like this with round riv0
Top of tank with bracket. Looks like I have to pry the tank out. Hope I don't break the bracket.0
From my experience, not really @ekc. I usually re-pressurize them in place (if the bladder isn’t broken) and add an external one if necessary.0
That is a Zilmet tank.
Pretty expensive to replace.
I agree w/ @Danny Scully to try and re-pressurize it w/ a compressor.
50/50 shot at it working.
If you need to pull it disconnect the nut at the bottom . push it up and the bottom slides out. I have done a few.... make sure to have a bucket underneath.0
Thanks for your advice. I was able to empty tank and repressurize without having to remove tank.0
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