View single post by Jay
 Posted: 07-16-2012 11:39 am
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Joined: 08-05-2005
Location: Canton, Ohio USA
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I'm thinking if you have a leak from the hole where the switch mounts then you must have a leak from one or both sides of the shuttle valve. If that is the case, I'm not sure that you would indeed be creating two "separate" systems, front and rear. By plugging the hole, the same leak could still allow fluid to pass from front to rear or visa-versa.

My shuttle valve is still tripped either forward or back (i can't tell which way). Does anyone know of an easy way to get it centered again? When I remove the switch all that I see is the plunger that is moved by the shuttle. Has anyone removed this (what I'm calling) "plunger" to reveal the groove on the shuttle? If I could access the groove then maybe I could move the shuttle back to center.