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KBWCS

Evening folks,

I recently bought a univalve from Window cleaning warehouse and fitted it tonight. When I pull the hose to start flow the water only flows when I am pulling, as soon as I release the flow stops. Has anyone experienced this?

Cheers

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CMcB
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Are you pulling the hose hard enough? 

Edited by CMcB

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Skxawng

Did you fit it the correct way around?

Did you fit the hose too close to the main body not leaving enough space for it to fully slide back in? 

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KBWCS
20 minutes ago, CMcB said:

Are you pulling the hose hard enough? 

Never thought of that!!🙄 I’ll go try again, 

Cheers

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KBWCS
25 minutes ago, CMcB said:

Are you pulling the hose hard enough? 

Sorted, feel like a right clown now 😂😂

cheers 

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Davy G
19 minutes ago, KBWCS said:

Sorted, feel like a right clown now 😂😂

cheers 

Do tell! What was the issue, for the benefit of others who may have problems?

Thanks in advance. 🙂

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Apw1210
1 hour ago, KBWCS said:

Evening folks,

I recently bought a univalve from Window cleaning warehouse and fitted it tonight. When I pull the hose to start flow the water only flows when I am pulling, as soon as I release the flow stops. Has anyone experienced this?

Cheers

youtube Univalve fitting instructions or at least follow the arrow on the valve 

 

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KBWCS
3 hours ago, Davy G said:

Do tell! What was the issue, for the benefit of others who may have problems?

Thanks in advance. 🙂

Just like CMcB said, I wasn’t pulling hard enough.

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Davy G
5 hours ago, KBWCS said:

Just like CMcB said, I wasn’t pulling hard enough.

Good stuff! A nice easy fix. 🙂

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Marko067

If you are using a digital controller, you will also find the univalve easier to operate if you keep your Cal setting as low as you can.

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