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Compass Marine | all galleries >> Compass Marine "How To" Articles >> Servicing Tapered Cone Seacocks > Anatomy of A Tapered Cone Seacock 3
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Anatomy of A Tapered Cone Seacock 3
15-MAR-2008

Anatomy of A Tapered Cone Seacock 3

In this photo you can see the machined groves in the bottom of the valve body. They are machined in to help retain a marine sealant and thus prevent leaks.


You can also see the proper placement of the Jam/Jamb nut and flange nut. I purposely placed the dog washer on backwards to show what NOT to do. The dog should always face the valve body and with valve open be oriented at 12:00.


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