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Thread: Jandy Neverlube Maintenance?? Getting Tough to Actuate

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    Jandy Neverlube Maintenance?? Getting Tough to Actuate

    Hi!


    I have a Jandy neverlube valve that seems to be a smidgen too tight. Tried the lock, etc… might just be really old. Are there O rings that need to be replaced periodically, etc?


    Thank you!
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    Re: Jandy Neverlube Maintenance?? Getting Tough to Actuate

    There are not O rings that affect the turning of the valve.

    More than you want to know:

    https://www.inyopools.com/manuals/28..._actuators.pdf

    Neverlube Valves
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    Re: Jandy Neverlube Maintenance?? Getting Tough to Actuate

    I had mine apart today working on an issue and just out of habit oiled the o-rings with silicone o-ring lubricant before reassembling it. Oh well. I realized afterwards it was a Neverlube. I wonder what makes those o-rings special? They look just like the o-rings on all my other leaky equipment. I can't imagine it did any harm?

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