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Yes there is a second ball valve; it is the outlet valve located inside the piston. When you remove the inlet housing to access the inlet valve and its parts, you can partly inspect the outlet ball valve which you can see in the end of the piston; check that it is free to move and nothing is stuck in it. Another thing that can stop the sprayer from priming is the priming circuit is blocked up, either the bypass valve or the return hose or both. This happens when you don't flush this out at the end of the day.
when buying a new ball valve for toilet or water tank blow through the open end with the arm in closed and check for air leaks release the arm air should flow shut again should be silent this will indicate a good working valve
I understand you want to know what the ball valve is for, in your Frigidaire dishwasher, model# FDB1050RE. In your particular appliance, I don't show that there should be a ball valve. I show that there is a "check ball" in the sump, which controls and switches water flow between the spray arms. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if you have further questions. Hope this is helpful.
Actually, it's the flush valve that's not closing. The ball operates the valve. In some cases the valve needs to be replaced; in others, the ball has absorbed water and is unable to close the valve completely.
Lift the top lid of the toilet tank.
You will ball valve assembly.
At the end of the arm of the ball valve there is a nut which if tightened lifts the ball valve.
If loosened the ball valve goes down.
You can adjust it to suit your requirement.
Unscrew the release valve completely and check that the ball is in place. Check that the release valve screws in all the way to seat the ball. Try inspect the ball seat at the bottom of the release valve to see if there is a good solid face for the ball to seat on. (The jack should respond a little, even if there is a slight leak on the release valve). There is another ball valve in the jack. It might be located in the body below the release valve or it might be inside the bottle. (If it is a new jack, surely it should still be under warranty and you can take it back to the dealer?)
Had the same problem on a 2006 pilot LX. Hot from rear heater because it comes from a separate heater core. Front heat low because ball valve faulty that controls coolant flow to heater core. The lever on the valve would move freely but the connection to the shaft of the ball valve was stripped. Ball valve may be located on the firewall under the hood. Ball valve very poor design.
The suction tube connects to a small brass piece that has a ball valve. When pump pushes water down hose, it creates suction on the ball valve. The ball valve has to be the right size. Too large, no suction, too small, no suction. The entire world of electronics is based on similar principle.
When the ball valve wears out, or gets clogged, the pump pressure is not able to lift fluid. Try cleaning valve, but my bet is you need a new part with the ball valve.