Re: Seacock Replacement Ball Valve in Head

John Facci

Hi Mark,
I used a multi tool (vibrating blade). The main problem I had (other than getting the hose back on) was unscrewing the valve. It wouldn't budge and I was worried my 'large' shifting spanner was going to break. I ended up borrowing a huge pipe wrench from the marina. I used plumbing tape for sealant.

SM #332
Brisbane Australia

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