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  1. I did the fix myself today and I went to Autozone first to get the Silicone sealant. But for good measure I decided to go to Home Depot next door to see if they have gaskets that might fit. My rubber in the "bearings" was not broken - but the metal fitting was not centered anymore so I figured if I could just find something that holds it back in the center again... In the bathroom fixture isle I did find o-rings (Size 31) that fit like a glove and put the metal ring back in the center. I decided to simply put two new o-rings on each center (front and rear) and not put any sealant or additional washer on it. After everything went back together, it seems to work like a charm! It could not be any simpler and 2.95 was the price for a box of 10 o-rings.... Thanks Home-Depot!
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