reseat

[ree-seet]
verb (used with object)
1.
to provide with a new seat or new seats.
2.
to seat again.

Origin:
1630–40; re- + seat

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reseat (riːˈsiːt)
 
vb
1.  to show (a person) to a new seat
2.  to put a new seat on (a chair, etc)
3.  to provide new seats for (a hall, theatre, etc)
4.  to re-form the seating of (a valve)

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Example sentences
Grind and reseat valves, using valve-grinding machines.
The leak occurred when a high pressure relief valve tripped and failed to reseat properly.
The safety valve could lift at successively lower pressures and fail to fully reseat.
Toilet leaks can be intermittent, a deteriorating flapper can become unseated and then reseat at the next flush.
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