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Monday, July 26th 2004, 4:27am

by aquamatic

DOes that flow eventually stop? You might have a slightly open valave that is weezing. If not you should consider check valves on your end head. If you have self drain valves on a very long run , you will have that flooding

Sunday, July 25th 2004, 10:31am

by Trent

Drain problem

On one of my lines my drain has a high flow of water coming out while my sprinklers are on. It is flooding my lawn, my valve box and contributing to a water problem I have in my basement. Does anyone know if I have a problem with my drain or my line or could it be installed wrong or in the wrong place? Thanks.