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If there is a leak: personally, unless it is a very new pad (less than a month or two) AND it is still supple AND it has a verry shallow seat AND the pad is not dirty, I replace the pad. About 99% of the time, perhaps more, I just replace the pad. In the end I find that it saves me time, and I think the pad seating is better, both things that help the customer get a better job done for less money.
 
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