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Old 01-28-2008, 11:17 AM   #1
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2001 Allegro with black tank rinser in wet bay. It will not accept water anymore. When it was working it made a sound suggesting that it is a rotary-type tank side-wall rinser. Has anyone ever had one apart. It looks the black poly backsplash will have to come out to gain access. Ideas, anyone?
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2001 Allegro with black tank rinser in wet bay. It will not accept water anymore. When it was working it made a sound suggesting that it is a rotary-type tank side-wall rinser. Has anyone ever had one apart. It looks the black poly backsplash will have to come out to gain access. Ideas, anyone?
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While not being sure of the actual plumbing hook-up you might have, there may be a in-line check valve that is blocked and preventing water flow into the tank.

I would think think that like the after market product, "Tornado", a check valve is in-line to protect the potable water side of the connection.
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