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  • Hello. I am female and pipe-challenged. I have a hairline crack around the ball of the brass on-off stem of the drain valve on my 2 year-old AO Smith electric water heater. It is not dripping but wet to the touch with mild corrosion. Rather than go through the costly labor of valve replacement, could the corrosion be sanded away and epoxy carefully pushed into the crack? Thanks

    New to the forum, reading up on sewage ejectors and really appreciated some of your posts I read! It's nice to see someone post intelligent replies in reponse to some of the "experts" who think anyone else's ideas are wrong.
    I actually kind of enjoy working on knob and tube-it was a pretty good system.
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