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PartSelect #:PS9270416
Manufacturer #:208673GS
Sourced directly from the manufacturer, this part is used to open and release hot water if the water exceeds the maximum operating temperature. It has metal and plastic components,...
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PartSelect #:PS8911045
Manufacturer #:192914GS
Used to connect the hose that supplies the chemical cleaning solution (soap), this OEM replacement Chemical Injection Kit consists of the brass fittings, a metal ball, a spring, an...
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PartSelect #:PS9181874
Manufacturer #:B2384GS
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PartSelect #:PS10000585
Manufacturer #:705001
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PartSelect #:PS8907695
Manufacturer #:192134GS
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PartSelect #:PS8909238
Manufacturer #:194427GS
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PartSelect #:PS10000365
Manufacturer #:704312
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PartSelect #:PS8908130
Manufacturer #:193126GS
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PartSelect #:PS9270116
Manufacturer #:202514GS
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PartSelect #:PS8817222
Manufacturer #:100005
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The copper fitting on the chemical injection broke.

Kit, Chemical Inject – Part Number: 192914GS
  • Customer: Carl from ARCADIA, FL
  • Difficulty: Very Easy
  • Time to Complete: 30 - 60 mins
  • Tools Required: Nutdriver, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable), Wrench set
  • 6 of 6 people found this instruction helpful
I order the part from this site and received it within a week. the only problem was that spring was missing out of the sealed bag. NO PROBLEM!!! I cut a ball point pen spring to fit and everything works just fine. You just have to remember to put the spring in first, then the ball bearing and then the rubber o-ring.If you put them in backwards you pressure w... read more