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Monday, February 21st 2005, 6:35pm

by nmiller67

Identify Valves

Is there a way to identify a Control Valve that is already installed in my yard system?

I have Hunter PCP sprinkler heads but I don't know how to identify the valves as they were already installed in my yard when I moved into the new home I'm in.

I'd like to know if there is a way to adjust them as I have a problem with water standing on 3 different stations on the side of my house that has about a 15 degree slope. One sprinkler in each station holds water regularly even when I don't water for several days to see if it will dry up. All other stations are dry that are level.

If there is a location I can find a manual on the control valves once identified I'd love to know that as well.

Thanks for any assistance.