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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
probably about 75% of your backflows fail also since you don't test.
I've seen exactly one PVB with a stuck poppet. Of course, it was a Febco. On a Wilkins 720, stuck poppets are more or less a physical impossibility.
It's the check valve that usually fails.
Check valves only matter after the poppet sticks (and yes, the Febco with a stuck poppet I freed up did have a broken check assembly)
Although that thing is fugly I will cut it a little slack, it can't be easy to drill through that stone foundation it could be 2' thick.
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I've done that frame trick on some fieldstone foundations.
Not a photo... But I just hired a plumber to run an install crew.
I put myself of the hack and piker list... this should be fun.
Bingo, Boots has his shoes full of it. I hear he's the "real expert" on a number of other sites; what a crock.
Head ended up on the other side of the neighbor's new fence? Well, digging up the pipe to move the head is just too dang hard so let's just do this instead!
Yup. Seen that type of "repair" a few times. Multiple odd ball fittings to move a head.