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Somebody today mentioned to me today that they thougt there was a valve that you can put on a washing machine supply line that stops the water in the event that a leak would occur. Have you guys heard of this? And what are they called? link?

Hello Mr. Lazybones-I-can't-be-bothered-to-google-a-simple-product.

Floodstop & watercop are two products that do what you describe.

http://www.onsiteproducts.com/

www.watercop.com

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Thanks Mike. Hey smartypants (Jim), how would I google something IF I DONT KNOW THE NAME OF THE PRODUCT? I just tried to...it's not quite as easy as you make it out. Next time i post something, i wont ask a question... Besides if I hadn't posted this, everyone else that has or will read this will have not learned about this product, unless of course I'm the only one here that was in the dark on this.

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Thanks Mike. Hey smartypants (Jim), how would I google something IF I DONT KNOW THE NAME OF THE PRODUCT? I just tried to...it's not quite as easy as you make it out.

"washing machine valve stop water leak"

Both products I mentioned show up on the first page.

Next time i post something, i wont ask a question... Besides if I hadn't posted this, everyone else that has or will read this will have not learned about this product, unless of course I'm the only one here that was in the dark on this.

There's nothing wrong with asking questions, but for something this simply you would have gotten your answer much quicker on google. Then you could have posted the results to share with others.

- Jim in Oregon

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