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Old 05-15-2019, 06:05 AM   #41
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Getting rid of this valve looks like a mod I want to do "before" I have to. When you can see the train coming, get off the tracks. Following this thread, and others, the location of this valve is in different locations depending on your model. Does anyone know,with certainty, where this valve is in the 3820FK?
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Old 05-16-2019, 09:42 PM   #42
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2014 3150rl valve WAS under bathroom sink.. flooded bedroom. Took it out, cut lines in bay and looped to itself. Works just fine now.
What I noticed, when I removed the washer/screen from the power flush hose connection, it had a spring loaded back flow prevention right there at the hose connectin. So even with the vacuum breaker taken out, there is still NO way for anything to get back to the faucet. Or for the water to drain back out? So I’ll make sure it’s winterized too!! So in my rig, I don’t even need to add a vacuum breaker on to the hose!!

Steven & Denise
New to us 2014 3150RL
Chino Valley, AZ
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