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Wednesday, May 19th 2004, 9:46am

by aquamatic

You can install a check valve down below or pick up a PGP with a check valve.


Tuesday, May 18th 2004, 2:14pm

by deucerider

Low End Sprinkler Head Leaking

I have a Hunter PGP Head in the low point in the zone. I am familiar with the gravity aspect of the issue. After watering, the zone takes time to empty and has created a major sink hole over time. I am not sure if I heard about something called a check valve that may help. Is this different than a zone valve and what is a possible solution to this issue? Thanks in advance.