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Location: Texas, USA


Monday, July 16th 2012, 9:38pm

Toro valve leak

I dont remember the Toro model number valve but it was a 1" residential with flow control. It had 8 or so screws, two of which we're under the solenoid mount. At one residence I replaced 2. They tended to hairline crack when under pressure and weep. I was really frustrated for a bit :cursing: but, it was a crack that would develop along the casting seam just below the seat.
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