Originally Posted by Goal15
It's 90 in Dallas so time to start the winterizing conversation.....
So for the second year in a row, had to replace the flush valve on the toilet
Any ideas on how to address this in the future
I had a similar problem with mine two years in a row several years ago. I have two solutions that I use now to prevent it from happening again.
1. I use my compressor to blow as much air out of all the lines as possible.
2. I have an old broom stick that has been delegated a single task of holding the toilet open over the winter. With it partially open in the toilet the valve is partially open and the water can just evaporate over two weeks or so and it is dry throughout the valve.
Not a problem since I started.