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    I suspect my system has a stuck valve. I have a general idea where the valves are located but would like to minimize the chance of hitting the line. Any suggestions on how to find the valve box?Thanks

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    Follow the wires and the input water pipes...

    It will be where they happily meet, or close.

    Enjoy your project.


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    Thanks I found the valves. Is there any easy way to determine which one is the stuck valve?

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    Thanks for your help. Dug along the input pipe. Cleaned out the valve and problem is fixed!

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