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    Default What is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Eastman View Post
    What is this electrical device connected to the plumbing line
    Probably either a solenoid controlled shut off valve or a circulating pump, I'm inclined to go with solenoid controlled shut off valve as it does not look like any circulating pumps I've seen.

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    hey thanks! so is the configuration okay?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Eastman View Post
    hey thanks! so is the configuration okay?
    Not including anything else, but if you cannot get to the other side of it - NO!

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    Jeff,

    Looks OK to me.

    It either cuts off water flow or boost water pressure.

    WHOOPS!!!

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    That is a Honeywell motor actuated valve, usually used as a zone valve for hot water heat. The only ones I have ever seen are 24 volts.


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    Jeff
    If that gypsum partition covering is the fire protection between the units it needs fire taping/sealing. Also, how does one access that electrical J-box?

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