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Old 11-04-2012, 06:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike Leary View Post
I forgot: we had a bucket of these for not only install caps, but to trouble-shoot leaks.

rainbird.com/landscape/products/dripControl/xeriCaps.htm
I used to use the 10/32 ft to 1/2" IPT adapters with a cap to cap off heads and find leaks. The last time I used those was on a job where an ex navy guy said there was a leak on one zone because it took 30 seconds longer to come on. There was a leak on a crappy glue joint but after that still the same complaint. I think I would find where the valve is where the line runs ut to the last head and then look in between. Air would be a good option.
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