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Old 07-12-2016, 10:23 AM   #1
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Water Shut Off Valves

I am running around the country in a 2010 Damon Challenger. I have been putting up with the fact the two of my by-pass and low drain valves are missing their "handles or taps" so to speak. The one on the by-pass probably is sitting somewhere under the hot water tank ( good luck with that ) and the other is just gone.

What I want to find out is if anyone out there has run into this before and has found a place to pick these handles up.. Dealers, several of them have been of little help. Of course they would like to sell me complete replacement valves but to do the one on the hot water tank would require me removing the kitchen sink and counter etc. Just can't reach back under there to do the compressions etc. I could, I guess, buy the new valves and just use the handles!!


And ideas would be welcome.

Al from Langley B.C. Canada
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I had this happen on a Georgie Boy a long time ago and I was able to find the same valves in Home Depot.

Also try PPL, Amazon, and Ebay I have found various parts there.
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Old 07-12-2016, 11:20 PM   #3
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I neglected to mention that the valves in question are made by Watts, are the chrome-like valves. Went into home depot and they carried nothing like it made by watts. These are those quarter turn valves, 1/2 in / half inch out.
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