1" Zone Valve Assembly Zoom

1" Zone Valve Assembly

SKU:F84-0434

Brand: White Rodgers

White Rodgers
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Size: 1"
Application: Replacement Part
Accessory For: 1311-103 Valves
1361-103 Valves

Description for White Rodgers F84-0434

1" Zone Valve Assembly for 1311 and 1361 series White Rodgers Zone Valves

1" Zone Valve Assembly

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White Rodgers1" Zone Valve Assembly
 
5.0

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5.0

should work great

By solradman

from Puyallup, WA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly:

Bought both a 1" and 3/4" assembly, installed the 1" and will hand onto the 3/4" as the job has 3 3/4" valves also.

 
5.0

This worked great. Will buy it again when needed

By solradman

from Puyallup, WA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1" Zone Valve Assembly:

Went in as stated and did a fin e job

 
5.0

It worked

By The B. S.er

from utah

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly:

It don't leek like the old one.

 
5.0

White Rogers 1" zone valve assembly

By Geb

from Amherst, NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1" Zone Valve Assembly:

OEM part for White Rogers zone valves--replacement valve for 1 inch pipe. Needed when bottom of valve motor starts dripping. Repair when you notice dripping so the water does not affect the low voltage valve motor.

 
5.0

Quality product,easy to install,worked perfectly

By Chas um

from Goshen,Ohio

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly:

Easy to install works great

 
5.0

Thank you Supply House

By Bell

from Cortland, New York

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly:

Thank you for these items, I found exactly what I needed and at a great price. My boiler has 5 zone valves and this packet allowed me to replace all of them. I had some that were sticking and either would not open or close. Winter is coming and now my heating system is functioning properly. Fast shipping also a big plus. I will do business with you again and I will recommend you to others. As a property manager, I can see a need for your products at my complex.

 
5.0

just as advertised

By Mr. Fixit

from Michigan

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly:

Right part, right price, right shipping.
Supply house rocks.

 
5.0

3/4" Zone Valve Assembly by WHITE RODGER

By Pat

from Carleton,Michigan

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly:

Control the zones in my hot water heat

 
5.0

Great /Fix

By MuddyBass

from Burlington, IA

Verified Buyer

Comments about 1" Zone Valve Assembly:

Had to replace a Zone valve that had corroded. This valve worked great.

 
5.0

I would buy this product again

By markhe

from Chicago, Illinois

Verified Buyer

Comments about 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly:

Used in Hot Water Zone Valves

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  • 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly

    Q:

    I am ready to install my new 3/4" zone valve assemblies. I am going to use the existing brass valve body instead of sweating new valve bodies on my copper pipe. I took care not to damage them while removing the old valve bores, and have cleaned inside them pretty thoroughly. I do notice that they are still not as silky smooth as brand new valve bodies, though. Before I complete installation, is there any kind of non-corrosive lubricant that I should/could apply to the inside to facilitate proper functioning of the water control valve bores, or will they function fine as is?
    Asked on 9/8/2012 by Stephen from Gibraltar, MI

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Mine worked fine without lubricant, I wouldn't recommend going overboard on cleaning the bore though, definitely not with sandpaper, etc. I think using water as a lubricant for the o-rings helps them to slide in easier, but I wouldnt put anything else on them.

      Answered on 9/9/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The valve bore is a loose fit, no lubricant is needed. The O-ring is the only place that has a water tight fit. A little water resistant lubricant on the O-ring would facilitate easier installation and longer wear of the O-ring.
      Gene

      Answered on 9/10/2012 by Gene from Indiana
  • 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly

    Q:

    I am replacing two of these valve assemblies, and have removed the motor assemblies from each. However, I do not see how these valve assemblies are actually removed from the copper water pipe. I don't want to do any sweating of new pipe and so don't want to damage it; can anyone tell me how to do it?
    Asked on 9/3/2012 by Steve from Gibraltar, MI

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      They twist out of the pipe, if you look closely where the base meets the
      pipe you'll see two tabs that hold the base in, with the water drained from
      the system you just twist the base and pull it up and out it, may need a
      little persuasion as most likely they have been in there for a very long
      time.

      Answered on 9/3/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      press on the copper tab and rotate clockwise and then pull, if the wheel pulls off then grab the stem with a pair of pliers and pull out the stem

      Answered on 9/3/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Steve, the entire asst pulls straight up out of the
      'bore' of the housing soldered in line onthe copper pipe.
      The round dial will probablly come off. I usually use a vise grip on
      The spline then pry up on the edges with a flat screw driver equally as
      possible
      Around the sides prying on the surface of the vise grip. It may be
      difficult like pulling a tooth. With patience it will come.
      Goodluck.
      Mike,
      Coachlight Inn Motel.

      Answered on 9/3/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Simply lift the valve up out of the brass fitting.

      Answered on 9/4/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Easy job! BE SURE THE PIPES ARE COLD BEFORE DOING THIS! Depress the spring clip and give the valve bracket about a quarter twist the rock the assembly out of the fitting. Be sure you cleean the fitting and grease the O-ring before putting the new valve in using the reverse procedure.

      Answered on 9/4/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Shut off power to burner,circulator pump and water valve you are servicing
      Disconnect Wires to the valve after noting their connections in your
      system--a digital photo is a good idea.
      Shut off water supply coming into and out of each zone valve. I have mine
      isolated for each zone for easy replacement.
      If you do not then drain the system or portion containing the valves you are
      replacing--otherwise you could have scalding injury or water damage when the
      valve head is removed.
      To remove the Valve Head and attached valve assembly push in on the release
      spring and rotate the valve head until it unlatches. Then lift the valve
      head out of the valve body
      Remove the valve assembly from the valve head by removing the two hex screws
      Position the new valve assembly onto the bottom of the valve head making
      sure that the yoke in the valve head slips into the two square holes in the
      manual operating wheel. When power is restored the valve will automatically
      cycle to the position being called for by the thermostat.
      Tighten the valve assembly to the valve body with the two hex screws.
      Now inspect the bore of the valve body installed to the line. Brush out any
      dirt particles with your finger. Then wipe the bore clean with a soft cloth.
      Also wipe the valve stem with a soft cloth to remove any dust or grit.
      Notice which way the valve head needs to be turned to latch it to the valve
      body. Then insert the valve stem into the valve bore and push downward until
      the plate of the valve assembly fits snugly against the valve body and then
      rotate the valve until the head latches. A pinging sound from the release
      spring tells you that it is secure. Caution: Failure to secure the valve
      head in the valve body could allow the valve head to separate from the valve
      body and result in scalding or water damage.
      Now refill the system, restore power to burner, circulator and water valve
      after first reconnecting the wires to the valve.
      Good luck.

      Answered on 9/4/2012 by Anonymous
  • 1-1/4" Zone Valve Assembly

    Q:

    Does this part come with installation instructions for replacements? Thanks.
    Asked on 5/12/2012 by Pete from Upstate NY

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes it does!

      Answered on 5/14/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, the part I received had installation instructions with it.
       
       

      Answered on 5/14/2012 by Anonymous
  • 3/4" Zone Valve Assembly

    Q:

    Does this assembly come with the 3/4 inch brass fixture that the tubing sweats into?
    Asked on 5/12/2011 by Anonymous

    2 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      No, it does not.

      Answered on 5/13/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • A:

      It doesn't but if you are just replacing a leaky one be careful not to harm the old fitting. Clean the old brass fitting and reuse it, no sweating required. Be warned the gate or valve can be very difficult to remove. The manual open/closed wheel usually pops off. I then clamp a vise grip to it and pry it out with a screw driver. Good luck.

      Answered on 5/15/2012 by Corrie (master plumber) from Point Pleasant, NJ
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