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Water re-circulation valves
OK. I just bought a used boat. The live well wasn't flowing and I found out there is a valve you have to open as it is considered a type of safety valve. I looked all over and couldn't find it. Turns out the reason I couldn't find it was because the handle rust clean off. Seems some water set down there for a period of time and id it completely in. So, I can get to it and replace it. BUT my concern is the strength of the plastic to which the metal valve is attached. Will I be able to simply unscrew it or should I sacrifice a bit of the length and simply saw the valve off thus preventing over torquing the plastic thus damaging the entire piece? Has anyone else done this replacement?