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Saturday, June 30th 2012, 10:11am

by Hardie Hydro-Rain HR-1 Pat.No. 3591126 (Guest)

Irritrol R719901 Replacement Bonnet for HR1 Non-Flow Control Valves

The Hardie Hydro-Rain HR-1 has the Pat.No. 3591126 on the bonnet



Irritrol R719901 Replacement Bonnet for HR1 Non-Flow Control Valves

Saturday, March 31st 2012, 2:45pm

by Wet_Boots

(duplicate postings by this guy - he has the old-old Hydro-Rain valve)

Saturday, March 31st 2012, 2:38pm

by mrfixit

I'm not exactly sure which valve that is. A picture would help.
If the 1" Irritrol 100 valve pictured below looks like it'll work then you'll either need to buy a whole new valve and harvest parts or buy a retro-fit kit. You wont be able to use your old diaphragm with a new bonnet. They're double beaded now. I'm assuming you mean the top half of the valve from what you've stated in your post



Saturday, March 31st 2012, 11:04am

by Steve S (Guest)

Hardie 3591126 valve - Housing Crack

Any chance you might have one of these. Id hate to replace the entire valve seeing it would involve tons of re-piping.



Thanks Steve