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Friday, April 27th 2012, 9:34pm

by Wet_Boots

never tighten a Dura manifold fitting with a wrench - hand tight is all

Friday, April 27th 2012, 5:52pm

by Central Irrigation

I would try it without the teflon tape first. The o-ring is what seals the fittings.

Friday, April 27th 2012, 2:57pm

by jnappi

PVC to Copper Connection

Hi:



I bought and installed a new Duro manifold this week. All my connections are good except the main swivel connection to a male thread 1" copper main line. I taped the male threads 3 or 4 times and tightened the swivel by hand then another little with a wrench. Still I have a leak at this connection. I am afraid to over tighten the PVC swivel for fear of cracking it. The rubber gasket in the PVC side is intact. Should I try using a PVC bushing between the two or is there some other method to make this a leak free connection? Help?



Thanks for any advice.