|Posted by Mike Berg on December 03, 2003 at 16:44:44:|
|In response to Re: Woodford anti-siphon faucets.|
: Faucet leaks from inside the wall when the faucet is on.
: The faucet has a split tube caused by a freeze up. The faucet did not drain and was exposed to freezing conditions. Caused by not removing the hose or attachments such as an add-on vacuum breaker or some quick disconnects attached to the nozzle will prevent the faucet from draining. Improper installation will also cause the faucet not to drain properly.
OK, this is my problem (above). How do I go about fixing it. Do I have to replace the whole faucet, or can I get parts?
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