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Leak Repair Kit for Fleck 2510 and 2510SXT Control Valves

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SKU:
FP-2510-LeakRepair
UPC:
755918588392
MPN:
FP-2510-LeakRepair
Availability:
Ships within 1-2 days
$20.00

Description

Product Features

Fixes most leaks

Includes most common replacement parts used to stop leaks coming from the base of the 2510/2510SXT valves.

Slip Ring (Fleck part# 19197)

Slip ring for Fleck 2510/2510SXT control valve . The slip ring holds the O-ring in place that seats against the mineral tank. If the slip ring is cracked or broken, water will leak out from between the tank and valve.

Tank O-ring (Fleck part# 18303)

O-ring for Fleck 2510 control valve that seats against the tank to create water-tight seal. If the tank O-ring is damaged or worn water will leak out from between the tank and valve.

Base Seal (Fleck part#19936)

Replacement seal that goes between the control head valve body and the adapter base. Worn or damaged base seal will allow water to leak from the clamp, and may appear to be leaking from between the tank and valve.

Distributor O-ring (Fleck part# 13304)

O-ring for Fleck 2510/2510SXT 1.05" distributor tube pilot. Damaged/worn distributor O-rings can allow untreated water to mix with the treated water.

Distributor O-ring Retainer (Fleck part# 13030)

Retainer that holds the distributor O-ring in place. Fits Fleck 2510/2510SXT with standard 1.05" distributor tube pilot. If broken or cracked this can prevent a proper seal for the distributor O-ring which can allow untreated water to mix with the treated water.

Product Description

The leak repair for Fleck 2510 and 2510SXT control valves provide the most common replacement parts used to stop leaks and ensure properly treated water. This kit consists of (1) Slip Ring (Fleck part# 19197), (1)Tank O-ring (Fleck part# 18303), (1) Base Seal (Fleck part#19936), (1) Distributor O-ring (Fleck part# 13304), and (1) Distributor O-ring Retainer (Fleck part# 13030).

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Base seal

    Posted by Christopher on Oct 8 2021

    This seal that goes between the control head valve body and the adapter base was damaged, I’m guessing from a hard water particle or something of that nature when it was disassembled for maintenance. This caused water to flow to the drain valve continuously. I replaced the seals and spacers because I thought it may have been that but the same issue occurred when I turned the water back on. Changed this part out and it worked perfect again. This company is very helpful and provide high quality parts and service

  • 5
    Quality products

    Posted by Arthur Courchesne on Jun 22 2021

    Quality product from Abundant Waterflow

  • 5
    rebuild kit

    Posted by theodore morhous on Jan 30 2019

    quick response and reasonable price

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