Riello G5 Hydraulic Leak

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Old 03-01-20, 07:25 AM
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Riello G5 Hydraulic Leak

Hi guys,
I have a Riello 40 G5 Hydraulic Jack leak. I want to plug off the flow and leave the vent open rather than replace the jack.

I tried this but it doesn't work, its very slightly too big: https://www.stevensonplumbing.co.uk/...-1-8-inch.html

I was wondering if this would work: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RIELLO-BU...-/231981904457

The only thing about the second one is that it says its for the F3- F15 models - should this also be ok for the G5. If not does anyone know a definite one that would work?

Any advice would be very gratefully accepted. The jack is leaking a week now and although its a slow leak I obviously want to get it sorted.

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Old 03-01-20, 05:35 PM
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I'm not at all familiar with the G5. Is this a non U.S. burner?
 
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Hey, thanks for reply. Possibly? Its a 40G5 Type:445T1, COD 3744512

Maybe I should just get the whole jack..
 
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Old 03-08-20, 04:29 PM
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If you are in North America, do a search for riello burners north america. There are phone numbers for Canada & U.S. offices. They should be able to give yu the correct part number.
 
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