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[DIY DTG] Pond Liner not stretching at all~replaced neoprene on vacuum exposure unit

 
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Old March 8th, 2014 Mar 8, 2014 11:41:24 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Pond Liner not stretching at all~replaced neoprene on vacuum exposure unit

I replaced neoprene on vacuum exposure unit with Pond Liner. The pond liner is not stretching at all. I read that the pond liner needs more slack. Maybe I didn't give enough slack. Just how much slack does the pond liner need compared to the neoprene. Can someone snap a picture or describe how loose the pond liner.

Are there different types of pond liner sold at Lowes. This was their $40.00 product.

Mu unit is Nuarc model First Light. My pump is a Gast. It is sucking air just fine. The pump came with this Nuarc model when I bought it used.
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