|Posted by More on May 29, 2001 at 00:44:19:|
|In response to Re: Kenmore Water Softner leak|
Remove the valve again, this time look at the threads. If they look damaged in any way, run a tap and die on them, put pipe dope on the female threads and dope and teflon tape on the male threads, and reinstall, or replace the valve.
: I have a Kemore (super capacity genius plus) water softner. It has been installed 5 years. About 2 days ago I discover a leak near the bypass installation valve. It is dripping, slowly, from the inlet side.
: I disconnected the valve body from the bypass installation valve and check the o-rings. Though they looked OK, I replaced them with new one, lubed them with a little petroleum grease and reconnected the valve body. Still leaks.
: To make a long story short I have moved, adjusted and tweaked the position of the softner and can not stop the leak.
: Any ideas?
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