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Monday, May 14th 2007, 2:54pm

by Wet_Boots

All layouts differ. The sure thing is to find the one control valve that feeds this leak, and to follow the pipe that leads from the valve.

Monday, May 14th 2007, 2:21pm

by help

Leaking sprinkler head

We just bought our house, and it appears that a line was not capped when a swimming pool was put in, and water comes pouring out from underneath the foudation. Am wondering if there is a layout for Rainbird that is common? The sprinkler heads are around the exterior of the yard, and also up to the foundation of the home, with out tearing up a side walk is there anything we can do?