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Old 11-24-2012, 09:40 PM   #16
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some of those regulators can be rebuild ..take off the top there is a diafram ,spring.gasket nut, bolt..looks like its spraying from adjuster nut..may be able to repair it...imo ben sr

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As a side note ,you may want to consider either boxing it in box below grade like one of these,

or bring inside in the crawl space/basement where the water enters the house.
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As a side note ,you may want to consider either boxing it in box below grade like one of these,

or bring inside in the crawl space/basement where the water enters the house.
Thank's VIP and Bens.....and of course eplumber. You guys have all been very helpful. Those valve were actually in a box (actually two separate round ones), I just removed them for access. I will replace after the repair. There are actually two pin holes and they are actually in the body and not the adjustment nut. Any suggestions of where I may find a pressure regulator on a Sunday? I found one at home depot, but the reviews were awful. Thanks again guys!
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I'm afraid you're stuck with stores like HD on the weekend.
Have you operated your shut off valve? Make sure it functions OK. They can fail over time.

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