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Thread: Rear drain options on Sta-Rite S7M120 System:3

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    Rear drain options on Sta-Rite S7M120 System:3

    Greetings! I have a Hayward SP0728A valve on the back drain of my filter housing. It's sort of a pain to use and I was wondering if there was better alternative? The one that's in there has a small crack, which has led to a slow drip. If I can replace it with something better, now is the time. Otherwise, I'll order a replacement SP0728A.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Rear drain options on Sta-Rite S7M120 System:3

    I would think that as long as you can find something with a matching thread pattern you're good. Not sure if the size and thread pattern may be a proprietary thing. My Hayward drain looks like a regular hose spigot.
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