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Old 10-28-2019, 06:53 PM   #41
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The one reason for leaving it in there is when you sell. I would be the prudent thing to make sure that the unit is to code when you sell it. If you kept the valve, you could always put it back together when you sold it.

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The one reason for putting it back in there is when you sell. It would be the prudent thing to make sure that the unit is to code when you sell it. If you kept the valve, you could always put it back together when you sold it.
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Old 12-05-2019, 07:10 AM   #42
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I do like the idea of using this style of vacuum breaker as opposed to the one that's in the unit.



However, wouldn't it make sense to put this on the end of the hose that attaches to the water supply side? That way, there is never any water that is spilled in the convenience center. ...

If I was to put one of these in the convenience center, I don't want that thing spewing water every time that I turn the hose off.

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On our last outing, I put the vacuum breaker in the convenience center. As suspected, when the water shut off, I had water everywhere in there.

I'm going to move the vacuum breaker to the outside at the water supply, and bypass the vacuum breaker inside with a couple of 90's. That way, we are still legal as far as water backflowing into the supply side...
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