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Having a little DIY know-how under your belt is the easiest way to avoid paying an arm and a leg by calling in a technician to make minor repairs. That said, one of the first things most technicians look for is a broken/old o-ring, which are extremely inexpensive and easy to replace. Nothing sours you on the experience of fixing a piece of equipment like seeing someone replace an o-ring and then charge a few hundred dollars for the repair. Fortunately, when you’ve got a few o-ring kits in your tool kit, making those repairs yourself can be as easy as 1-2-3. These kits include all kinds of convenient sizes, making it easy to find the ones you need to outfit your kit.
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