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    Default Cleaning the bazooka


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    When you have finished cleaning all the accessible parts of the bazooka getting inside can be a real pain, simply use a tap connector. It will fit snugly into the filler valve and with the gate open and tap connector inserted you can flush with zero fuss!.... With the gate shut you can fill the bazooka with water, give it a wee shake then turn the drive dog to empty.

    Cleaning the bazooka done! (Gordon Ramsay)

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