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drpete3

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Wednesday, October 8th 2003, 10:07am

Very true Sprinkler Guy
Thanks,

Pete

Rays Sprinklers

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Thursday, October 9th 2003, 4:33pm

didnt think of that!!!
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Ray
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bhungue2

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Friday, October 10th 2003, 7:48am

I'll have to use that trick the next time I'm looking for a leak.
Bhungue2

RVLI

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Friday, October 10th 2003, 1:41pm

<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by SprinklerGuy</i>
<br />Something I have done:

Turn off the set screw on all sprinkler heads, forcing the water to go to the leak...the leak will then be more obvious and perhaps you will then find it.

this, by the way, is why doctors don't diagnose patients over the phone.
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Come on guys, that's the easiest trick in the book! lol[8D]

Rays Sprinklers

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Sunday, October 19th 2003, 3:54pm

lol
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Ray
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