How to Replace an Anti-Siphon Valve on a Faucet?


To replace an anti-siphon valve on a faucet you first need to turn off the water supply. Then, remove the plumbing and covering to the anti-siphon valve. This can be hard.
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The anti-siphon valve is used to prevent back siphonage into the main water system. This may occur when the water system fails and loses pressure. Then the water will tend to be siphoned
You can try disassembling it and check for every components that failed and buy them. Then reinstall. Honestly, replace the whole thing. Sometimes, some brand will sell only the valve
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