Let us know how you make out with the replacement.
Matt, thanks for the information. I didn't know it was called a compression valve. Now that I know what it's called, I searched for that term and found many YouTube videos showing how they work. Now I see how it all comes apart and goes back together. Thanks again.
It's a compression fitting. You will be able to unthread it but you will need to get the old nut and ferrule off and replace with new. New compression valves will come with new ferrules
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