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Old 05-25-2009, 05:22 PM   #1
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Question Question on anti-siphon vent:

Hi all. I've been tracking down the source of a very disagreeable odor in the MH. So far Iíve found 2 hamburger patties left in the freezer for 2 weeks. Mama mia!!!!!

While I was snooping around I found the anti-siphon vent, or vacuum breaker, under the kitchen and bathroom sink loose. I could tighten them about 10 turns.

My question is, are the anti-siphon vents supposed to be screwed on tight or should they be a couple of turns loose?

Iím leaving on a trip tomorrow and I have no idea. Thanks to all.

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thanks Gary..will do.
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