Originally Posted by kp5692958
Ok, I will try that. Dumb question, do I have to have the hose connected to turn the knob. I disconnected it thinking that water in the hose might be causing pressure. Water is turned off now at the faucet/hydrant.
No, the hose makes no difference either way as long as the water is turned off at the hydrant and the pressure is relieved in the system by opening one of the faucets. I always relieve the pressure on the system before trying to turn the Anderson valve. Itís hard on the o rings in the valve when turning with pressure on the system.
2008 Dynaquest 340xl
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