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    How to lube a Jandy NeverLube valve

    Ok, so that sounds like a contradiction, but I have one NeverLube valve that is REALLY hard to turn. I'd like to open it up and lube it. Is that a bad idea?
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    Re: How to lube a Jandy NeverLube valve

    It most likely just needs to be taken apart and cleaned, but using a silicone based lube such as Boss 820, Magic Lube II (Not regular Magic Lube), or Dow 111 should be helpful.

    There is a set-screw that locks the handle in place. Make sure that the set screw is loosened before turning the handle.

    Also, note that the NeverLube come with a lifetime guarantee. If the valve won't work after cleaning, Jandy might help you out with this.
    http://www.zodiacpoolsystems.com/Produc ... alves.aspx
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