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  1. Hi I have manged to get my windscreen washer working and would like to confirm that I need to replace a non return valve. I had a leak from the central pump due to the rubber sealing grommet having worn out. I think the cnetral pump would go to the headlight washer (which is not fitted) so I decided to leave it disconnected and ad a bottle cork to a replacement grommet. I checked the hoses for blockage they were clear. I noticed that one of the non return valves was leaking water. So I swopped the power supply and hose to the other pump and found that the washer now works. AS a temporary measure I have wrapped the valve in tape and left it disconnmected. Would the non return valve fail by leaking?
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