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Monday, November 16th 2015, 1:24pm

by aerodan1

I know it's not necessary with a properly drained system...that said it has unions just for this purpose. Also if I needed to take it out for some reason it would be good to know that I can remove it.
Why bother taking it out? If it is properly drained it will be fine over the winter.

Monday, November 16th 2015, 7:34am

by SunCoLawns

Why bother taking it out? If it is properly drained it will be fine over the winter.

Sunday, November 15th 2015, 7:18pm

by aerodan1

PVB winter removal

Hi,
I had the plumber connect copper unions when installing the backflow; I couldn't remove the PVB today however. I was able to loosen the union nuts on both sides and was able to disconnect on the outlet side but couldn't disconnect on the inlet side. I tried putting a block against the underside of the PVB and hammering to loosen but didn't work. Anyone ever run into this? Thanks
Dan