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Monday, June 20th 2016, 11:29am

Author: cwinship

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Quoted from "Wet_Boots" Sounds like you'll have an easy time with a conversion. You want to bring copper to the outside. If the black plastic has the same outside diameter, you can use one of the existing exit holes. Another exit hole might work to carry wiring from inside to outside. If you don't have any experience soldering copper, you can use the popular alternative of "Sharkbite" compression fittings. Part of the new work will involve a backflow preventer in the plumbing supply, or as a pa...

Wednesday, June 15th 2016, 9:14pm

Author: cwinship

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Quoted from "Wet_Boots" That is a museum piece. Long out of production. Decades beyond being serviceable. Time to enter the 21st Century and replace the valves and controller. Bring back photos of the plumbing. Tell us if there are multiple exit points from the house to the sprinkler system. Thanks. LOL I kind of figured that was the case since Google couldn't even find another picture of it. I'll have to get some pictures but I hope it's pretty simple and cheap. It's only three zones and they ...

Tuesday, June 14th 2016, 5:12pm

Author: cwinship

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I didn't want to muddy anyone else's threads about similar topics but I'm hoping someone can help me identify this valve. It's circa 1980 install. Only identifying mark is "Toro Sprinkler Valve." The pictures are fuzzy but it seems almost like a 2 piece unit. The first half fits onto the copper feed line, and has what looks like a pneumatic actuator line. The other "half" has the barb that the actual output tube is clamped onto. It also has a manual shutoff screw on it. Then it seems like the ha...