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Old 02-06-2009, 05:40 PM   #1
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When I connect water to the flushing system water sprays out of the breaker vacuum valve under my kitchen cabinet, Why? does the valve need replaced?



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Most likely yes it needs replacing. I have seen one or two that we installed backwards and many with loose fittings.

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I just replaced the one on our MH. It was broken at one of the connectors. My neighbor just replaced his because of a hairline crack. Conjecture was that it might have been damaged by cold weather since it didn't get winterized with the rest of the water systems.
(The replacement I used cost $46.)

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