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Old 05-18-2012, 02:27 PM   #1
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where can I find a vacuum breaker

I went to drain and flush my black tank and after turning on the water to the flush system we had water coming out of the area behind the wheel. Further investigation found the that Vacuum break located above the water inlet was leaking badly. The top of the Vacuum break says: Lakeview R.V. supply, Model 1000, 1/2 inch. I have searched the internet for about 2 hours and cannot find this exact thing. I have sent an email to lakeview supply but have not heard anything back yet. See photo
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Old 05-18-2012, 03:55 PM   #2
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LAKEVIEW R V SUPPLY # 1000 VACUUM BREAK CHECK VALVE | eBay
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Old 05-18-2012, 04:19 PM   #3
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Thanks but never mind. I was having a stupid attack. These don't leak if you turn the water on full blast.
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Hey, Nipsey, what do you mean by them not leaking if you turn the water on full blast? Ours appears to be leaking intermittently, especially when the water heater is on. Mine has the same part number, but is clear plastic.

Just tried tightening up the connections (not sure that I actually did anything), and back to watching and waiting for the next little trickle down the hall...
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Hi Nipsey

Now that you appear to have a trailer, why not change your profile from "Currently looking..." to whatever the year and model your Airstream is?

Makes some things easier for us to answer.

You just click on User CP at the left side near the top, then Profile.
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