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Old 11-04-2014, 11:31 AM   #1
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Slow water fill

I noticed the last time I filled, and when I tried to add antifreeze......the flow is very very slow. I couldn't add antifreeze through the fitting, so I used the pump to suck it in. But why the problem filling from the inlet?
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Sounds like the backflow preventer is bad. The location of yours is likely different than mine, which is behind the panel holding the city water connection.
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The water connection is actually the pressure reducer. I removed it, and hooked it up to the spigot. Full flow. Shoot. I can't think that the fill valve could become restrictive.
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