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Wednesday, May 25th 2005, 8:08pm

by RidgeRun05

Depends on the professional. Most professionals have tools for locating valves. I would suggest you insist they use a valve locator tool, instead of digging up the yard. It will take them far less time, and cause a lot less headache for both them and you. They will most likely have and use a valve locating tool.

Wednesday, May 25th 2005, 2:19pm

by mondo

locating the box

My system is not working and I have a company coming out to service it. I have no idea where the boxes are burried, the last homeowner must have mulched over them. Does a professional have a tool to find the box, or are they going to have to dig up the yard?