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Tuesday, August 14th 2012, 4:01pm

by GatorGuy

Simple answer is sure, why not?
Splice onto the end, if possible, and keep going.
The problem may be you end up with one zone with 8 heads and one zone with one head.
I have seen 2 or 3 houses this year where pool installation left them with a 1 head zone.

Tuesday, August 14th 2012, 3:07pm

by KeithD

System Repair

I recently put in a swimming pool and they destroyed my irrigation system. I know the basic lay out, but I ma trying to repair it myself so that I can save a little money. They cut my main lines to the backyard, just where the pool was installed. I would need to cap these I guess and re route the new lines back around the pool. Can I hook back up to these lines assuming that the wiring portion was not destroyed as well? I guess I need to know what to do first?