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Wednesday, May 9th 2007, 8:14pm

by lush96

yeah thats brilliant jm. jeez

Wednesday, May 9th 2007, 6:50pm

by jmduke7

You could always run a fish tape down the pipe and listen near the ground to try and listen to see where it goes.

Wednesday, May 9th 2007, 6:35pm

by lush96

could be an old pipe if the house has had a previous system no longer in use.

Thursday, May 3rd 2007, 6:07pm

by jwdawgs

locating pipes without digging

Does anyone know how I might be able to locate where a pipe is going
without digging, I found another pipe for another zone while installing a controller on my system, and put pressure and water to that pipe and get nothing coming out of the ground anywhere, the pump does not even kick on.

Dont feel like digging for it but if i habe to i will just trying to find an easier way if there is one.