Originally Posted by MHandy
I ordered through Anderson a new all Brass valve assembly. It took 6 weeks to get it but it is the newest version. It only has 3 positions but replaces the 4 position valve. All the connections are the same and was a very easy swap. So far it is working perfectly.
I like the advice of removing all the pressure on the valve when changing the position of the valve.
I suspect this is happening in our coach -- I've noticed that the fresh level is up from what I recall and I've also had the pump cycle a bit last trip back (with every faucet closed).
If I can reproduce that the tank is filling up while on city water, is there an easy way to diagnose between the check valve and Anderson valve core?
Also wondering if I should keep an Anderson (plastic) core on hand on the road just in case?
The brass valve looks nice but it is a lot of money (not sure how much discount people are getting) and a bit of work to replace.