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end switch for zone valve v8043

Joseph_4
Joseph_4 Member Posts: 271
Hi,

Does anyone know where to buy an endswitch for Honeywell V8043 Zone valve

or maybe a part number.

Thanks

Joe

Comments

  • ChasMan
    ChasMan Member Posts: 462
    Honeywell End Switch.

    Here are part numbers / UPC etc. For Zone Valves amde after 1978. If it is pre-1978. I would buy a lottery ticket.

    V8043 Series Zone Valves

    Item

    End Switch for Valves

    SKUs

    2HDC1, HON272744B, 272744B

    UPC

    085267123143

    Weight

    0.15
  • Joseph_4
    Joseph_4 Member Posts: 271
    Do You know where I can buy the part?

    Thanks for the part number, my plumbing supply doesn't sell it. do you know where I can buy it?

    Thanks

    Joe
  • ChasMan
    ChasMan Member Posts: 462
    Granger

    Granger among others, Bing that SKU / part number, there are a few places.
  • billtwocase
    billtwocase Member Posts: 2,385
    I've gotten them

    thru Sid Harvey. Might be best to replace the motor also. Those usually go before the end switches
  • Slimpickins
    Slimpickins Member Posts: 339
    end switch

    Usually its the linkage that engages the end switch that wears out. In my 20+ years I only tried to replace one end switch and what a hassle that was only to discover the linkage was bad. If you have the old 4 screw zone valve, buy a complete new zone valve and replace the plunger plate with your new 2 screw zone valve plunger assembly and attach the new head to it. If you have the newer 2 screw style, just buy the replacement head.
  • Paul Fredricks_3
    Paul Fredricks_3 Member Posts: 1,557
    I'm with Slim

    Why deal with the end switch. It is a pain.



    Unless you have a lo of free time. If you have a lot of extra time, go for it. if you have a lot of extra money, send it to me :)
  • Joseph_4
    Joseph_4 Member Posts: 271
    Thanks for the info

    As always, Heating help comes through in the clutch. thanks for all your responses

    joe
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