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Draw Straw 1 question?

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First and foremost, Merry Christmas!! Second, I don't post on this site much but absorb as much as I can from just reading the forums. I have a Fass system and yesterday and today I've been working on installing a Draw Straw 1 and 1/2 inch lines from tank to VP. Question is what do I do with the factory lines (suction and return) that were connected to the tank? I'm assuming just plug them or do nothing with them?

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I had to search it is am not sure which one is which you could just put the straw on and blow though it and find that port.and the other two will be returns I wouldn't think it would matter which one goes where on the returns 

Just make sure you plug the factory ports on the tank somehow so nothing gets in 

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Thank you guys! Like I said just wanted to be sure. Have a great holiday season!

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