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      09-18-2008, 10:47 PM   #9
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Varun, thanks for your feedback. Yeah there is definitely more than one way to do this. I actually wrestled my filter out instead of loosening the hose clamp which I found would be absolutely necessary to install the new filter without damaging it. I foolishly tried to hold that plastic piston in while trying to put in the new filter. So I loosened the hose clamp on the left and was able to lift it enough to align the new filter with the hose, then finally push it into place.
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