Palmer valve

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Old 09-05-00, 04:50 PM
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Could someone explain how I would check if my palmer valve is working properly and how I would go about replacing this valve if it is stuck shut. I think this is the correct name for the valve that is between the drain tile and the floor drain in the basement. I can see this valve when I look down into my floor drain.

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Old 09-07-00, 12:00 AM
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Palmer vavle does not ring a bell for me, can you tell me what it look likes?

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Old 03-06-09, 01:17 PM
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Palmer valves were installed in houses built between 1920 and 1950. A palmer valve is a check valve for drain tile which drains into the floor drain that has no sump pump. You shine a flashlight down the floor drain and can see it. It is like a little round door over the end of the drain tile coming into the trap. This should be able to open freely.
 
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