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Old 02-23-2021, 01:29 PM   #1
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I have a 139 FF that has the two low point drains in the floor below the sink. One of them is leaking all the time. Anyone know where I could buy a new one?
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Old 02-23-2021, 01:42 PM   #2
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I have a 139 FF that has the two low point drains in the floor below the sink. One of them is leaking all the time. Anyone know where I could buy a new one?
It is probably on a PEX line and you will need a crimping tool to do it right. They have the valves and tools at HD and Lowes or you might save some money by getting them at Amazon. In a pinch I have used small diameter screw-type radiator clamps by they are not the best and often will leak.
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It is probably on a PEX line and you will need a crimping tool to do it right. They have the valves and tools at HD and Lowes or you might save some money by getting them at Amazon. In a pinch I have used small diameter screw-type radiator clamps by they are not the best and often will leak.
Thanks for the reply. Yes it is Pex pipe. I can borrow the crimper from ACE hardware. I just needed to know where to get the valve as mine broke at the nipple. If HD or Lowes has them, I can look there. Thanks
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Some plumbing supply places also carry those valves.
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Try "leaking low point drain pipes.com" Or as others have stated, just repair the PEX and install a new fitting.
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