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
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Posted on May 02, 2010
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