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Bill A.

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Monday, May 5th 2014, 7:14pm

How to fix a cracked line that has stopper on it

I have an 8 zone system. On the backside zones, there is a piece of irrigation piping that the installer put two clamps on and there is a plastic stopper in it. There is no head connected and installer put it there knowing that my garden would be there and I could access that line to water it with a spigot attachment.......my issue is I turned my system on today and there is a 1.5" long crack that water comes out of this line. How do I fix it? Do I just cut the line shorter and re plug it?

Central Irrigation

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Location: Central Minnesota

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Monday, May 5th 2014, 9:21pm

Yes. Perhaps use the appropriate fitting and boiler drain so the line can be drained next time. After all, its part of the plan anyway.

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