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    Posted: 25 February 2005 at 7:38pm
ok, i bet i spelled anti-syphin wring, but does anyone have a site that sells anti-syphon valves, or one that has info on them. i've heard alot of good things about the stuff but haven't seen it for myself. any sites with anti-syphon would help alot.
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Check wit the local pb shop in your area, they can tell and show you what an anti-siphon tube is all about.
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You can install an anti-siphon on most any valve, but better to let your pro shop do it. I once had a thread detailing the procedure. Due to liabilities and the 2 recent incidents where tanks were unscrewed off of the valve killing a bystander however, I do not feel it is wise to explain how.
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they can be found anywhere. its just a fitting and a copper tube that screws into your existing valve. they are very cheap too. dont try installing it. its not that much if you have your shop do it, and not worth the safety risk yourself.
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