Q: Heating hose leak

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There is a leak in the heating hose.

The hose will require replacement if the fluid is leaking. In some cases the components where the hose attaches may experience a crack or leak. If you would like this problem resolved, I would have an experienced technician inspect the leaking component and perform the necessary repairs.

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