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  1. #1
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    Apr 2007

    Leaky bite valve

    How do I stop my bite valve from leaking? Last night it was like riding with a fire hose. I have a Deuter pack, and I have to do some kind of intense biting and sucking on the valve to make it stop leaking. It takes a lot of work and concentration that I'd rather devote to the trail? Even my camelback was never great at not leaking. Any suggestions?

  2. #2
    mtbr member
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    May 2007
    You can replace the bite valve and tube for about $6 - search Google or eBay

  3. #3
    There's no app for this.
    Reputation: JimC.'s Avatar
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    Dec 2003


    you can get the Deuter one, or if the hose is the same size, most shops have Camelbak ones.


  4. #4
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    Apr 2006
    If you needed a lot of biting to get it to work and then to stop, it's likely either a poor design or toast. Replacing it is usually the quickest, cheapest and least aggravating solution.
    As if four times wasn't enough-> Psycho Mike's 2013 Ride to Conquer Cancer Page

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