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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by spammeplez, Sep 6, 2012.
Man thats sucks guys
We replaced 8 irritrol valves a couple weeks ago on a system....but they had been in the ground for 20 years.
They all had cracked bodies?
Nope just needed new diaphrams, and will prob be good for the next 20 years. For some reason, they would just not fully open.
So you replaced the valves, rather than repair them with new diaphragm assemblies?
No just guts... My point was they seem to be damn good valves.... They only lasted 20 years.
Try not to say "replace" when you mean "repair" (being that we are trying to share accurate information)
Well i did replace the top half.
Replacing a valve means replacing a valve. No disassembly.
I say rebuild , little more clear.