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    I hope that was a typo :confused::) Yeah, it...

    I hope that was a typo :confused::)

    Yeah, it was low voltage and turned off.

    My house was galvanized, but re-plumbed with copper.
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    Be careful when you cut roots

    I need to rant :mad:
    The 3rd fitting just blew out in the pvc hose bib supply line that I installed 15 years or more ago. I guess I could take a chance on good USA made fittings, but since I'd have...
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    I'm really not the argumentative type, but... ...

    I'm really not the argumentative type, but...

    1. I just did a Google search, and found a web page article called "The perplexity of PVC-fitting failures" that deals with the pros having problems...
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    I don't think I have any DIY skill shortcomings...

    I don't think I have any DIY skill shortcomings in working on a sprinkler system. If I did, I would think PVC would be the better choice since it's easier to glue PVC than sweat copper.

    Regarding...
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    As I said, it wasn't the (glued) connection that...

    As I said, it wasn't the (glued) connection that failed, it was the fittings. One 45 degree elbow, and one 90 degree elbow. They just sort of split open in the middle. I just don't trust them for...
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    Is copper ok for the manifold?

    I want to replace my 30+ year old galvanized supply line and manifold. I don't trust PVC in a situation where there is always pressure because Iíve had 2 PVC fittings (The fittings themselfs, not...
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