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Saturday, November 17th 2012, 7:19pm

by JasonD

Compressor port damaged

My sprinkler system has an in ground PVC compressor port that sticks couple of inches above the ground . Today the lawn guy probably lowered his mower deck too much and the mower shattered the port (the cap is gone, leaving damaged pvc pipe end sticking above the ground). I thought it's not a big deal to glue on a new adapter, but what puzzled me is the pvc pipe (2" diameter) actually has an inner pipe (about 1-1/4" diameter). My question is which pipe I need to attach the new compressor port to? And where I can buy this compressor port? Thanks in advance for any advise.