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BTW interesting technique for finding a leak, I like that.
I suppose you could use the shop vac to suck instead of blow, and use smoke to see where it get sucked in? (I know the pros have smoke machines maybe use one of those "vape" things! they seem to generate a hell of a lot of smoke/vapor)
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