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It looks like a commercial "vacuum breaker". Unscrewing the bottom nut, there will be a rubber diaphragm and a spring. The parts will need to come from the manufacturer stamped on side. Clean the mating surfaces real well before putting in the new parts. I hope I'm on this for you. Good luck.

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