My new house has a pool with several Jandy valves. One is a "never-
lube" and works very nicely. The others are not "never-lube" and are
now very, very stuff. .Can I lube them? If not can I replace them with
"never-lube" by simply taking the mixer out (removing the top screws)
or do I need to glue the entire new valve body into the line and cut
the old one out?
On Tue, 17 Jun 2008 10:58:03 -0700 (PDT), "Robert M. Gary"
Do not use Vaseline, oil, grease or WD40!!! (no petroleum products)
according to Jandy
Use a 100% silicone valve grease like Dow 111 silicone or "Jandy
Lube". Once you get this cleaned out you can just add grease through
the screw cap on the side.
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