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1. Leakage from a sprinkler head due to a worn seal.<br><br>
 
1. Leakage from a sprinkler head due to a worn seal.<br><br>
  
https://homeownerbob.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/blown-sprinkler1.jpg<br><br>
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To find leaks, walk the zone looking for excess water accumulation around the head, the seal could be bad or the head loose causing a lot flow by.<br><br>
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Spurts of water at the base of a sprinkler - indicating a broken seal where the nozzle or riser meets the supply line beneath.<br><br>
  
Source: https://homeownerbob.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/chasing-lawn-sprinkler-leaks/<br><br>
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Source: https://dengarden.com/landscaping/Water-Leak-Detection-Irrigation-System<br><br>

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1. Leakage from a sprinkler head due to a worn seal.



Spurts of water at the base of a sprinkler - indicating a broken seal where the nozzle or riser meets the supply line beneath.

Source: https://dengarden.com/landscaping/Water-Leak-Detection-Irrigation-System