What kind of valve is this?
It's under my sink. I don't know if it's a shut off valve for the water. I turned it a bit and it didn't do anything but maybe I need to turn it more? I don't want to turn it too far counter-clockwise in case it comes apart, but I really need to shut the water off because of a leak.
- Anonymous1 year ago
It's really great when people who don't understand things, start turning them. Can you afford the possible damage?
- rogerLv 71 year ago
Looks like a type of ball valve. Turn it so that the slot is horizontal See if that turns off the water.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 71 year ago
usually, clockwise turns the water off.
- MitchLv 51 year ago
Those are cap covers I believe you will find the actual valve behind those
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- boy boyLv 71 year ago
as snezzy says ...vertical slot is on ...horizontal is off
- SnezzyLv 71 year ago
Those look to me like quarter-turn shutoffs. If they work the way I think they do, then this position (|) is "on" and this position (-) is off.