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Sunday, November 13th 2011, 7:50pm

by Wet_Boots

Sure, go for it.

Sunday, November 13th 2011, 2:11pm

by bigdogmedia1966

What if I just replace it with a Hunter PGV valve? Is this valve good?

Sunday, November 13th 2011, 12:46pm

by Wet_Boots

the ring is a support - not for containing the water - you reach a point where it is easiest to replace the entire valve - buy a replacement 250-series valve, and try a "guts swap"

Sunday, November 13th 2011, 9:28am

by bigdogmedia1966

Leaky Toro 250

The valve will not cut off when the zone time ends. I undid the wires to the solenoid and still kept going. I took apart the valve and flushed everything. I noticed a small 1/4" crack on the hard plastic ring that the diaphragm rest up against. I turn the valve all the way to the off position and still hear the water running. Could the small crack be stopping the valve from shutting off?