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How do I turn on the 1/4 turn sharkbite

Cannot turn the 1/4 turn sharkbite valve

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When the handle is in the same position as the entrance and exit, the valve is open.. The stops on the valve are visible and cast so that you can see if they are hitting the handle. If it wont turn make sure you are turning it the right direction.

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