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    H10PM leak detector help

    Anyone out there with an H10PM leak detector mind giving me the part number from their wall charger?

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    3015-0131 that will allow running the unit from the 120V and charge battery.

    3015-0119 that is the charger only, will not run unit if battery is low.

    From the Bacharach book.

    GT
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    3015-0119

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    Thanks GT and newoldtech.

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    Just ordered it from Century Tool. Is that little red ball in the head an indication that the pump is working? Just curious.
    Last edited by cajunhvac75; 02-15-2013 at 11:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajunhvac75 View Post
    Just ordered it from Century Tool. Is that little red ball in the head an indication that the pump is working? Just curious.
    I actually returned mine because of that. Then the replacement one also didn't float. According to the instructions it is suppose to float. I called tech support and they assured me that the red ball didn't have to float in the newer models for the pump to be working. They also told me that they were going to change the instructions to reflect that. I haven't used it much yet, but it seems to working OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    I actually returned mine because of that. Then the replacement one also didn't float. According to the instructions it is suppose to float. I called tech support and they assured me that the red ball didn't have to float in the newer models for the pump to be working. They also told me that they were going to change the instructions to reflect that. I haven't used it much yet, but it seems to working OK.
    Two other techs and myself have all bought these in the last year and none of our balls float and the leak detectors work just fine, so that would seem to support what tech support is saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BALloyd View Post
    ..........and none of our balls float..............so that would seem to support what tech support is saying...........
    I don't think my balls float either. But then again I haven't called tech support yet!
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