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United Brass Works 3/32" Orifice Wet Valve For Spotting Boards

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$169.50
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FIX LEAKING SPOTTING BOARDS.

Replacement wet valve 3/32" orifice for Cissell spotting board valves. Wet valve is for water only. The gasket goes on the bottom of the valve and between the two bolts. It seals between the body of the valve and the base of the machine. Comes with 2 bolts and nuts.

Features

  • Wet valve 3/32" orifice for Cissell spotting board valves
  • Quick fix for leaking spotting boards
  • Comes with 2 bolts and nuts

Product Specifications

Brand: United Brass
Units: Each
Material: Metal
Additional Information:
My spotting gun on Cissell spotting board is leaking steam continuously. What part would be needed to fix this problem. Would it be the gasket or valve and if valve, which valve? Thanks
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Try replacing the disc, and if that doesn’t work, replace the spring in the valve.
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Why would a spotting board vacuum not absorb water?
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Typically this would suggest there is a bad steam trap or check valve in line. If this is not the case, the vacuum mechanism on the board may need to be corrected.
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