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Monday, May 21st 2012, 9:22am

by wsommariva

Is it flooding in the valve box that contains the valves? Turn off the water supply, get the water out of there. Turn on water a bit and check for leaks.

Monday, May 21st 2012, 6:13am

by JaBru

Housing flooded

I have flooding within the housing of my sprinkler system. I ran into this issue once before (in the back yard) and the landscapers were able to "loosen the drain valve"??? How do I find this valve?