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Reply #330 - Aug 23rd, 2020 at 10:41am

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I recently put a one way valve between my pump and water tank to stop back flow when connected to town water so a simple job to put a t-piece in below that.

I like the simplicity of the JG connectors and piping.
 

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They make plumbing easy, although I have bought most of my fittings on line for convenience as local suppliers are limited. The price is better as well.
I did use blue and red tubing but I have found using the black thick wall tubing is better to use.
 
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That diverter is a good idea; at present we just put a container under the shower head to collect the cold water prior to the hot coming through.
 
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