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Old 08-12-2019, 03:58 PM   #1
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2007 Nash 22GQ Fresh water drain

I was wondering if anyone has seen this type of valve. The bottom part unscrews to drain your fresh water tank. I have a leak above the bottom valve and before I start to 'fix' it, wanted some information on it.



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Replace with a 1/2" Flair-it shutoff valve


Most any hardware store




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Thanks Old-Biscuit. So I jsut cut off the bottom part i would assume? then thread this valve on
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Thanks Old-Biscuit. So I jsut cut off the bottom part i would assume? then thread this valve on

NOPE!
No cutting involved


Just unscrew and screw on
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There will be a small flare at the bottom of tube, you should be able to pull off the lower part with effort!! Then use the old nut on the new valve. I would consider cutting tube so it didn't hang down so far, if the picture is somewhat accurate!! Looks like it hangs down a long ways!!
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