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Old 06-09-2020, 05:40 AM   #1
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Freshwater Drain Housing

I have an Ď06 Jay Feather with a broken fresh water drain.

I bought a new drain to match old one and during installation I had to remove this housing pan itís attached to.

Is this housing pan necessary? Or can I just install a ball style valve on the line and let it hang just like the hot and cold water drains?
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Old 06-09-2020, 05:56 AM   #2
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That pan really is not necessary. Looks like you might have an enclosed underbelly, so it just helps keep the water,/mice out. But it is not necessary.

My valve is supported by a small piece of lightweight angle iron. Personally, I would buy a 1/4 turn, 1/2" valve from the local DIY store and make a bracket. There was a discussion on this early this spring.
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I also just replaced mine with a ball valve. Since I had the time I actually build a PVC enclosure for the ball valve since I needed some way to fasten it to the frame. This is not necessary, I just thought it would be fun to create the PVC enclosure by using a heat gun to shape some of the PVC.
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