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Thursday, July 21st 2011, 11:50pm

by riceling

Sounds good, thanks Wet_Boots.

Thursday, July 21st 2011, 9:32am

by Wet_Boots

just go to the nearest pipe

Thursday, July 21st 2011, 3:26am

by riceling

Where to tap into an existing system - Advice on a project

Hi,

I’m working on adding a new section of sprinkler line to an existing system. The new line goes between a wall and a concrete patio. I’m wondering where the best place is to attach it to the existing system.


There is existing line in the bark-covered gardens within 5 ft of the location I wish to put the new line, but neither provides a direct route. There may be a main line in the lawn that would be more directly accessible, but I have not dug into the lawn to look for it.

The proposed new line starts at the dashed red circle. Possible attachments locations are at the solid green circles.



Any advice and insight would be greatly appreciated!



Regards,

Carl