Question about Heating & Cooling
Hello. yes. this is a common item. Remove it and take it to your local hardware store to get a replacement. Also pick up a tube of plumber's pipe dope to coat the threads before you install the new one. This will prevent any leaks. Joe
please rate my answer as very helpful. Joe
Posted on May 02, 2010
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