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Friday, May 21st 2010, 12:21pm

Author: HoHoHops

Manifold/Valves under water

Mrfixit, Thanks for your suggestion. What's causing the water accumulation is that the box is at the bottom of a slope...not a very big slope but a slope nonetheless. So the water is basically draining and accumulating in the box. I've thought about relocating the box to higher ground but I'd have to tunnel under a sidewalk which I'm not sure I want to do! Thanks again.

Friday, May 21st 2010, 11:19am

Author: HoHoHops

Manifold/Valves under water

Hello, I hope I'm posting this in the correct section, but my issue has to do with one of my manifold boxes. It is completely submerged in water. I know it isn't a leaking valve or anything sprinkler related because I previously dug out the manifold/valves and let it sit for a week to make sure nothing was leaking. I have 4 in-line valves in this manifold. My question is, is it possible to raise/elevate the valves by adding a 90 degree tee and like a 8" extension without messing up water flow/pr...