Topic: Re: Update - Plugged drain - frost free hydrant|
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Yup, done a number of them, with mixed success. Last one, I ended up putting a new hydrant in as the pipe had split which required digging it up. Got a replacement pipe and when I pulled the guts out through the top, found the rod was corroded and about ready to break. Figured since I had it dug up already, might as well just put a new hydrant in. I've never seen a "swollen" plug before, though.
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