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schlep1967

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Posted: 09/14/20 06:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

carlos6466 wrote:


I removed and replaced the one way valves (back-flow valves) on the end of the inlets as one was defective yet water still is only a trickle.

This is probably your answer. In the line right after where this faulty check valve was replaced you will likely find a piece of the old valve at the first elbow or tee. It will be kind of "T" shaped like a valve in a gas motor.
When the spring clip comes off stem of the check valve the valve then travels down the line to the first restriction and then become a plug.
See the second picture at this link Check valve parts 5th item from the left is what you are looking for.

* This post was edited 09/14/20 07:01am by schlep1967 *


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