Originally Posted by Nestor_Kelebay
OK, I'm gonna guess that Watts FloodSafe supply line connectors aren't at the very top of Redwood's list of "favourite things".
How right you are Nestor they are well known for false trips.
The method he described of shutting off the water and loosening the compression fitting on the angle stop valve then retightening it and turning the water back on is how they are reset.
Unfortunately they are also becoming well known for failing at the connection between the compression connection and the flood safe valve which floods the home.
I would get rid of them ASAP
Unfortunately they are a marketing gimmick gone wrong that serves no useful purpose.
Can you imagine a need for a valve that offers protection from a no-burst hose bursting?
Sounds redundant to me...