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Monday, October 24th 2011, 1:38am

by mike1059

if you can find the brand name on the union you should be able to go to any plumbing supply house and have them order the right part if they don't have it in stock.

Sunday, October 23rd 2011, 6:54pm

by Conan8 (Guest)

Replacing a union

My sprinkler system has a union between the pump and the sprinkler system. The screw-on potion of the union cracked and needs to be replaced. The other part is butted against an elbow connected to the pump and I would have to pull the pump to replace it. The problem is the O-ring from the current union is on the part that broke, but all the replacement unions I can find have the O-ring on the other part. Do they still make unions with the O-ring on the female connector?