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Old 03-26-2014, 11:55 AM   #11
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Thanks VinceU and Fonzie, I did find the valve behind a set of dresser drawers. I have used the flush before and it worked fine. And yes, I did have the blackwater valve open,
VinceU, you stated that if the flap was stuck the valve would do what I described. Is there a way to move the flap back into the correct position, or is this a case for replacement of the valve? It's in an extremely inconvenient position and I'd hate to even try that feat of contortion.
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Old 03-26-2014, 03:41 PM   #12
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Thanks VinceU and Fonzie, I did find the valve behind a set of dresser drawers. I have used the flush before and it worked fine. And yes, I did have the blackwater valve open,
VinceU, you stated that if the flap was stuck the valve would do what I described. Is there a way to move the flap back into the correct position, or is this a case for replacement of the valve? It's in an extremely inconvenient position and I'd hate to even try that feat of contortion.
Its easier to unscrew the two gray caps and change the valve. To repair you must remove the large cap, deal with the valve internal parts of which at least one is defective, more difficult route. Take it to Home D or Lowe and match it up. Called an inline vacuum breaker. It's required to be there by Code.
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VinceU, I'll give it a try and thanks for your help!!!
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