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The last 4 posts

Tuesday, March 2nd 2004, 3:42am

by GreenlawnMI

yup i would say pop the top you prob got a rock stuck in that valve for that zone.....seen it a million times.

Monday, February 16th 2004, 10:28am

by SprinklerGuy

Celeron is probably solenoid...not usually the cause for a stuck valve.

Need to gut the valve or replace it...we need more info to give more info.

Saturday, February 14th 2004, 5:33pm


What is the celeron, and are the sprinklers leaking themselves or is it the pipe that is leaking. If it is either, you probably have a valve that has debris in it so it can't close. I would unscrew the top of the valve that leads to that zone and make sure there is nothing inside(sand, dirt, ect.)

Let us know what happens.

Friday, February 13th 2004, 5:06am

by bucksierra

Front yard won't stop leaking

My front yard sprinklers have been leaking for three weeks and I cannot get them to stop. I have just tried changing the Celeron, however that did nothing to remedy the situation. Please help.