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January 28, 2009
Installing a syringe can be accomplished in minutes by anyone using just a few simple tools. You will need a syringe (of course), a sharp scissors or diagonal (wire) cutter, and a sleeve tool. If you don’t have a sleeve tool, you can also use a slip-joint pliers. You may also need a sharp knife.
Shockingly, the larger full-service companies get away with charging $100 for the syringe and an additional $100 for the installation, which can be accomplished in just minutes. While these fees won't "break the bank" per se, it's an example of how overhead costs can add up quickly.
Most syringes are attached to standard 2 hole tubing. One line for air, one line for water. Some syringes are designed for use with a water heater and are attached to 3 hole tubing. The third line is a return line to your drain to allow constant flow of water so it stays hot. If you don’t have a water heater on your syringe line, but have 3 hole tubing, the 3rd hole should not be connected. If you do have a water heater, and like this feature, you will need a special circulating syringe.
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