Question about Heating & Cooling
I am pleased to suggest that you try to following. i would wager that the switch is installed in the horizontal position. try replumbing so that the switch or valve is verticle to the ground. . that way particles will settle down with water flow and not be eating up the gaskets on the valve. in other words flow side to side leaves debris in the valve when it seats. . installed in a vertical position the valve flushes itself as it seats. good luck let me know what happens.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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