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Monday, October 22nd 2012, 6:36pm

by Wet_Boots

a photo of the valve might help - a catch-all answer is to replace the valve, or at least everything except the valve body, a procedure known as a "guts swap"

Sunday, October 21st 2012, 8:12pm

by Rainbird STL (Guest)

Low Pressure From One Valve

Bought a home with a Rainbird system already installed. One zone has very low pressue when operated by either the controller or manually operating the solonoid. Don't see a manual bleeder on this model valve, just the solonoid and flow control. Thoughts?