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Wednesday, July 19th 2006, 7:07am

by Wet_Boots

You might consider having the installer do the repair. Connecting pipe is simple, if you have the tools and the knack. Maybe ask for some instruction at a local home center.

Monday, July 17th 2006, 12:10pm

by Deiantre

Pipe loose from Valve (sprinkler side)

Hi,

I am a newbie. The pipe on the sprinklers side of the valve came out. What is the appropriate way to fix this?

The valve is a Rainbird 100 DV. The sprinklers are Hunter SRS.

Note, also I found some dirt in the pipe, probably from being disconnected.

The house and irrigation system are little over two years old. We have been the only owners.

Any suggestions or comments are appreciate.

Thanks in advance