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  1. I've been trying to get my local dealer to look into this for me. They emailed Fineline and got an email back with an image of a 3/4" copper valve. They have no idea, I'll take the high road and leave it at that. Does anyone have a dealer or manufacturer contact that they'd recommend and be willing to share? I'm hoping I can order, pay, and have em' shipped to me. Does anyone know the Valtera part #. We have an 2011 Enzo 240+. After all the reading and mixed reviews I'm ready to try the Valtera's and see how it goes. The Drainmasters have not worked well for us. Thanks for your help. We're in Colorado, boat's winterized, almost no snow (snowboarding), moderate drought, dark times.
  2. After a bunch of searching On the forum I could not come up with a definitive conclusion... I know someone will be able to clear this up and I thank you for taking time to respond. I have a 2012 sv233 and I'm negotiating a set of Valterra valves to replace my faulty Drainmaster valves on my QuickFill system. Fineline wants to send them to a dealer to be installed rather than me handling it myself. The last couple sets of drainmasters I swapped out myself as I'm 4-5hrs drive from a dealer. 1. Is the Valterra swap similar to swapping the Drainmaster valves? 2. Other than notching the engine divider is there anything involved in the physical install other than the four bolts that originally secured the Drainmaster valves. 3. Is the wiring as simple as disconnecting the Drainmaster quick connect wiring harness and reconnecting the new Valterra wiring quick connect plug. Or is there additional wiring required? 4. What other unforeseen issues might I encounter during the swap? Thank you for your time in advance! Respectfully -mac19
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