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For some reason it kept saying my accompanying message was spam so unable to post message, have attached message as image
 

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ShaunCorbs

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Is it a link to a picture from another site or direct from your own device ?
 

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What is part 445 called and following on from the above, try downloading the picture to your PC first then using it here.
 

hailsy

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I’ve attached image of the part, it appears the 2 small sticking out lugs which connect to the other end are broken off so my question was would there be any way to affix it back without replacing but ensuring water tight etc
 

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The O-ring(s) make it watertight and doubt if a glue will hold it in place being under pressure.
 

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