Need help on finding out what happen to our sprinkler system.
We moved into a house a year ago and the main control system of our sprinkler system keep having leakage. We gradually changed all of the pipes and the valve adapters, but the problem still persists.
The joint of the pipe are either leaking through a needle size pole or from the valve adapters. Does this have to do with the water pressure?
Another problem is when we turned off the sprinkler water control to totally stop water supply, then it created a loud cranking sound each time we turned on the in-house faucet/shower/toilet.
We are running out of solution and don't know what exactly is going on. Greatly appreciated if someone can help us with this.
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