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Sunday, July 27th 2003, 10:56am

by Rays Sprinklers

It means that your valves arent protected by a valve box,,,,take RVLI's response and have them fix your problem

Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Thursday, March 28th 2002, 12:37pm

by RVLI

It either means your valve to help drain the system is buried, or they mean one of your control valves with a bleed screw. I would call your local irrigator and have them locate the valve. As soon as they find it, tell them to put a circular valve box around it, so you or the next homeowner can find it easier.


Wednesday, March 27th 2002, 6:13am

by Vicki Draughn

Bleeder Valve Buried

We are selling our home and the inspection report said the bleeder valve on our RainBird sprinker system was buried. What does that mean and how do you unbury it?