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RandMJacobs

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Posted: 12/16/20 12:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I recently purchased a 2000 Lance 1121 TC. The attached picture stumps me as to what it is called so I can find a replacement. I would call it a t-valve needle valve, but that gets me nowhere. There are two...I'm assuming these are maybe low point drains as I cannot come up with an alternate use. Anyway, in 2000, would these fittings be 1/2" PEX, or possibly the earlier polybutylene, although I only know of polybutylene being gray in color...and my lines are milky clear.[image]

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Posted: 12/16/20 12:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

NO picture. Try this....

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Posted: 12/16/20 01:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you are talking about the small valve, looks like one for an ice maker.
Here is one type of replacement.
Valve


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T valve. You could also replace with a T and a valve for the small line.


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Posted: 12/16/20 02:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I should have asked what is wrong with your current valve.
This type of valve can clog easily. You can pull the shut off out and clean them. I see a little discoloration which could be slight leak, new seal will take care of this.

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enblethen wrote:

If you are talking about the small valve, looks like one for an ice maker.
Here is one type of replacement.
Valve


That might do the trick...if someone can tell me that the existing valve is likely PEX. Not sure if PEX would have been the standard back in 2000. I know my trailer, built in 1995, used polybutylene and the fittings look similar to PEX, but slightly different size.

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CA Traveler wrote:

T valve. You could also replace with a T and a valve for the small line.


I did give some thought to doing this, but would prefer to keep the same part if I can find one. Thanks for the name of the part though...maybe I'll find one more similar to the current one.

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enblethen wrote:

I should have asked what is wrong with your current valve.
This type of valve can clog easily. You can pull the shut off out and clean them. I see a little discoloration which could be slight leak, new seal will take care of this.


I'll give this a try...maybe it WILL fix it!

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Posted: 12/16/20 03:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just do a google search for a barbed ice maker t valve

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Does anyone know what these (one for hot, one for cold) are for? They only seem to pass water when the pump is running...not exactly how a low point drain usually operates.

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