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spinman1949

Senior Member

Posts: 15

Location: San Diego CA

11

Wednesday, September 12th 2012, 11:01pm

Todd,

Yes I opened the manuals. Min 12 " above grade. Plus air gap between overflow to drain. Luckily I have a downspout drain right around the corner. So I will dig down to provide a link to that drain. The valves I can place below grade as well as the EZ Flow. I think I have enough room for the three valves and the EZ Flow down in the pit. I am forgoing the mister idea. Oh and thx re the sprinkler valve.

Tom

hi.todd

Supreme Member

Posts: 415

Location: Houston, Texas

12

Thursday, September 13th 2012, 2:59am

The drain connection is only required when installing indoors.

If you are installing outside you can drain into the yard.

You are doing your research.

Have a good project.
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spinman1949

Senior Member

Posts: 15

Location: San Diego CA

13

Thursday, September 13th 2012, 11:04pm

Todd,

Right I do not need to do the drain. But since the downspout drain is close I figured why not. Less water less mud and weeds. Once I get all the parts, I will take pictures and you experts can let me know how I did if you wish. It is very helpful to have people who do this work professionally who are willing to help the layman.

Tom

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