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Fleck 2510 Valve to Tank Adapter Leak - O-rings to replace
Last Updated: 02/10/2020
Common o-rings that need replacing for the valve to tank connections are
19936 ( # 7 in diagram below )
and
18303 ( # 14 in diagram below )
https://www.softenerparts.com/Oring_Tank_Adapter_5000_2510_9100_PN_18303_p/3418303.htm

* Also, check the condition of the Slip Ring part # 19197 ( # 13 in diagram below ) for Base of 2510 Adapter



For other parts for the Fleck 2510 valve, see here:

Link to the Fleck 2510 Manual:
Fleck valves use pistons and internal seals to control water flow through the control valve head.
When water continuously flows out the drain hose, and the unit has finished the regeneration process ( IN SERVICE position ),
it is usually a "bad" or "worn" SEAL, and replacing the Seals & Spacers is required.
It is also normal to change the Main Piston at the same time,
as age will effect this part over the years,
and as long as you have the valve apart,
it makes sense to put a new piston in at the same time.

Fleck 1500, 2500, 2510 uses Seals & Spacers kit 60121, and standard Piston is 60090.

** Also see this FAQ Article, Reasons why valve is still leaking after replacing 60121 set.


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