Had a work order of "valve weeping and flooding area" at one of our elementary school sites. Went out and discovered that the valve (old Hardie FC-100) had developed a crack in the body in the area below the solenoid necessitating complete removal of the valve. Problem was that the valve was in a cluster with two other valves, on 40+ year old galvanized and/or black pipe supplies, welded well casing main line (very brittle now). A real can 'o worms. Decided to remove pretty much everything and start all over... giving the valves room to breathe. Picture #1: Original fuster cluck. Picture #2: Fuster cluck different angle. Picture #3: Fuster cluck pile of crappola. Picture #4: Welded 3" bung on 4" welded well casing main line wrapped with heavy tar paper. Picture #5: Capped bung being pressure tested to make sure we didn't disturb anything after using sawz-all and big pipe wrenches to strip things down to the basics.