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Watts washing machine valve - Worth rebuilding?
I recently noted some dry calcium like build up around the lever, so I figured I would rebuild the valve. I made a mistake of spraying some WD40 on lever stem thinking it would come off easier. A few hours later I saw dripping water. The valve was maybe 6 years old. I went to the plumbing store and asked about a rebuild kit. He had none, but said the price was about $25 versus a new valve for $45. He said if it was a Watts valve all you do is swap out the valve with no sweating. That's what I did and it worked just fine, but I wonder if anybody rebuilds them. It doesn't seem to be worth it.
I dismantled the old valve and found about 12 parts and nylon seats that look like they might be tricky to install without nicking them.