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The last 4 posts

Saturday, November 11th 2017, 2:39pm

by kottler (Guest)

Do you recognize this part?

I have Orbit, Rainbird, and Lawn Genie valves in that line. I took each apart today and none are missing anything and they all work fine. You're right that it must have been from an old valve replaced years ago and now that part has migrated to the end of the line. Thank you.

Saturday, November 11th 2017, 10:24am

by kottler (Guest)

Do you recognize this part?

You're right that it got stuck at the end of the line. I'll be taking the adapters off one at a time this week until I find the culprit. Thanks for the hint!

Friday, November 10th 2017, 7:57pm

by mrfixit

That looks like it broke off of a Champion valve adapter. What kind of valves do you have in your yard? Maybe take a pic.
It holds the seat washer on so eventually the valve will fail or maybe it's been replaced already because once that part breaks off the valve will have problems. It might get stuck on or it might sound like it wants to come on but it's not.
The good news is the part got stuck in a faucet and not the valves. That means the hose bib might be at the end of the line so you can flush any debris out there.
Maybe after repairing a valve if needed, you can unscrew the faucet and flush it out.

Friday, November 10th 2017, 5:36pm

by kottler (Guest)

Do you recognize this part?

I had a hose bib that would not shut off. I took it apart and I found this plastic thing in there. See pics at My hose bib works now but where did this nozzle break off from? There are nine sprinkler and drip control valves of various models and brands upstream of the hose bib on the same pressure-side pipe. All the sprinkler controllers seem to be working OK. Any suggestions? Thanks.