I need a spring model 77813 check valve

by Jonny
(Riegelwood, NC, USA)

I need a spring for the check valve. Sears reports that the check valve is no longer available. The spring has rusted away. As for comments for resolving an issue, I pulled the rubber grommet (seal) from the glycerin filled gauges and drained some of the glycerin as it had turned dark, preventing being able to see the dial. I did not drain all of it, just off the dial. I left the rest for vibration damping which is OK for up facing gauges.

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May 14, 2014
Easy check value repair
by: Anonymous

Ii used a spring that goes in a faucet, I put it on top of rubber piece. It is stronger than the original.

Mar 16, 2014
spring
by: Doug in s.d.ca

You're not likely to find the spring by itself. But if you knew what it was, you might be able to replace it.

I think your best bet from what you say is to simply replace the whole valve assembly.

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