You could try poolcenter.com
And the problem begins. Do you have the right tools for removing the valve parts? Some valves require specialty tools. Another problem is how do you seat the "spider" gasket. Most glues, caulking compounds do not hold. It may be less expensive -- cost effective -- in time and frustration to replace the entire valve. Even the manufacturer will balk at revealing the glue that they use. Also will you be able to get the gasket seat clean or dry enough?
A pool store may be able to special order the spider gasket. Expect to wait a while.
The oil filter gasket is built into the filter itself, so just by changing the filter, you always get the new gasket.
An oil filter gasket is the rubber seal at the bottom of the oil filter that seats on the engine.
Remove the old filter and make sure you remove the old gasket, there should only be 1 gasket.
The intake gasket is the gasket that conncects from your air filter into your intake manifold
Oil filter adapter gasket??? Do not understand the question. When you change the oil filter, the new filter has a gasket already installed. What exactly are you talking about?
The oil filter gasket is a rubber ring that is usually bonded to the oil filter. If the oil filter has been removed and has no gasket, then it has become stuck to the engine block. Remove the gasket from the block before installing a new oil filter with it's own new gasket. Be sure to spread a little clean engine oil on the rubber gasket before installation to help seal and prevent sticking to the block. Do not overtighten the filter, turn the filter until the gasket contacts the block and then tighten 1/4 turn more. If the gasket leaks, tighten just enough to stop the leak.
When you replace your oil filter it come with a new gasket. Just make sure when you remove / replace the old oil filter the oil gasket comes out with it.
The gasket comes preinstalled on the new filter. Make sure the gasket comes off when you remove the old filter. Apply a think layer of oil to the new filters gasket before installing.
Here are a few reasons for oil to spray from the filter area:The gasket from the old filter was stuck on the oil filter housing and was not removed before the new filter was installed.The new filters gasket is not seated correctly on the oil filter housing.No Oil filter gasket was installed with the new oil filter.Defective Oil Filter and/or Gasket.Oil Filter Housing came lose from the engine block or mounting surface.
Gasket should be included with new oil filter
the gasket comes built in with the oil filter period! there arent any gasket except the one on the filter . find a new mechanic!
On the filter. The open end that you screw on has a gasket around the outer edge. Oil the gasket before installing.
Oil coming from the oil filter area usually means that the gasket for the oil filter is not seating right. If the filter was changed recently, the old gasket could have been left on, along with the new gasket, causing a bad seal.
Your 1997 Mercury uses a spin on cartridge filter. The gasket is built into the filter. Just apply a thin layer of oil to the new filter gasket and screw it on. Tighten 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface. Do not over tighten. If the old gasket was left on when you removed the old filter just pull it off.
To change the gasket remove the oil filter. There will be 2 bolts holding the adapter to the block, remove them push the adapter off. Clean both surfaces apply gasket seal to gasket. Put the bolts thru the holes and apply gasket to adapter. Start the bolts into engine block and tighten evenly. Put on a new oil filter making sure the filter rubber gasket has a coating of oil.
Oil filter installed incorrectly as in too tight, too loose, the gasket was not oiled prior to installation, or the old filter gasket was left on. It can also be a valve cover gasket leaking and running down by the filter. Replace the oil filter and oil the gasket and tighten 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface. If the leak persists if is not the filter.
Have you maintained the water level in the pool? Could be a suction leak. Check the pump lid gasket for correct fit. Have you emptied the pump or skimmer baskets lately? Ken
Use a filter wrench to loosen then spin off with hand.Make sure you put fresh oil around the new filter gasket and make sure the old gasket is on the old filter.
Replace the gasket with a new one.
There is a gasket. It may be an O'ring or it may be a flat gasket. You will know when you purchase a new filter.
Specifically where is it leaking? At the gasket? Replace gasket.
no gasket is used
clean the surface that the oil filter seals to, sometimes the gasket from the old filter will stick, or there could be rust/dirt on that surface and it isn't sealing properly.
camshaft position sensor gasket or head gasket both likely
Not applying a film of oil to the gasket before installation. Grit or dirt on the gasket or mounting surface. Over-tightening the filter. Only tighten 3/4 turn after making contact with the mounting surface.