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Thursday, June 14th 2012, 12:54am

by bibbo

OK, thanks for that video. That seems easy enough. i know where the valve is. I dug all that up.

Cool I will give that a go.

Monday, June 11th 2012, 9:33am

by GatorGuy

If you don't know where the valve is you can rent avalve locator.
If you've never rebuilt a valve go HERE for a basic walk through.

Sunday, June 10th 2012, 6:32am

by Wet_Boots

find the zone valve leaking water and fix it

Sunday, June 10th 2012, 1:30am

by bibbo

What do you suggest I do to fix?

Saturday, June 9th 2012, 7:29am

by Wet_Boots

If the water never stops, then it's a zone valve issue

Friday, June 8th 2012, 5:26pm

by bibbo

Is this a back flow issue?

I just dug up some sprinklers and moved them, but I kept them coming from the same valve and supply line. But what I have now noticed is that when the sprinklers are "off" they are leaking. Pretty significantly too.

Is this a back flow issue? Why is this happening? And how do I fix it?

thank you.

jack