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Saturday, September 8th 2007, 3:01pm

by mrfixit

You've asked a difficult question to pinpoint with the information given. Obviously there's something wrong with the valve. There might be debris stuck in the seat washer. There might be a small hole in the diaphragm. There might be a hairline crack in the seat itself.
I can name others reasons but that's a good start. There are so many different valves installed out there. Each having their own individual idiosyncrasies. Most are fairly easy repairs. Good luck!

Saturday, September 8th 2007, 2:42pm

by Billy Joe 43

Zone Running Constantly

I have a small amount of water running out of one zone constantly, even when the system is off. What is the likely cause.