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Old 07-10-2011, 01:42 PM   #1
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Question hi , please help

I am looking for a Watts 1/2" plumbing module for a 1998-1999 tradewind.
has any one out there had to replace ? from what we have been told they dont' make the same one it has 10 hose's conected to it we would like to find one or some one that has had to change & what wors the best ?


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Old 07-10-2011, 01:51 PM   #2
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Not sure what you mean by a Watts 1/2" plumbing module. Where is it located, what does it do and why do you have to replace it?

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T=handle water intake valve ,water is not staying in holding tank
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Welcome to the forum bsk. Have you tried: Watts - Plumbing, Heating and Water Quality Products Manufacturer ?
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As I remember OP posted this before and didn't get anywhere. If not the OP then it was someone else looking for one.
Watts no longer makes the assembly.
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