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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 6:28am

by mrfixit

What happens when you turn on the valve with the bleeder screw?

Tuesday, March 5th 2013, 11:44pm

by waders35

sprinkler line on a hill

I've got a line of sprinklers located on a hill well above the valves. They have always worked just fine. Now, however, there is a problem. There is limited flow to the line and I cannot figure out why. I don't believe the line is plugged. Is there something special that was installed to make the water flow uphill to this line? Maybe that is th eproblem. Any advice?