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Reid wrote at 2016-04-10 00:07:05
If they are really hard to pull to shut off, locate the main water line and turn it off. This relieves pressure on the valves and you should be able to pull them to close fairly easily. This seems to affect valves that have not been closed and opened in a number of years, but this worked for me. I turned the water back on the house with these pulled and was able to continue with the water to the faucet off.


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Jason VanDusen

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Faucets, toilets, water heaters, rough in plumbing, plastic, copper, all general residential plumbing, adding a bath, remodeling a bath, drain cleaning, general care of your plumbing and drain system.

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I've been a licensed plumber for eight years and have been plumbing for 11, doing it all from rough in to finish work.

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boy scout and cub scout leader for 4 years. American leagion,

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licensed for plumbing in the state of ky, have degree in computer science

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Gulf War Veteran (first gulf war) Navy eight years, honorably discharged

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