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Would you be able to find a shut off valve to keep water from entering heater coil?

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2008-06-16 00:45:48
2008-06-16 00:45:48

There is no shut off valve. But you can by pass the heater core by disconnecting the 2 hoses going to the heater core. And connecting them together. The only problem with this is that you won't have any heat in the winter.

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