Capping Off T Joint

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    • #275952
      bondvii

      I had my plumber re-rout my irrigation line. He needed to cut off an artery
      that was T ‘d off of my main line. He did not have a slip ring, nor a 1″
      cap so he put a 1 -3/4″ reducer on the cut off T and then capped that.
      Rather than sticking out a normal 1″ or so with a cap, it is sticking out
      maybe 3-4″. Wouldn’t it be better to cut out the T and just place a slip
      ring over that section of main line. He will be up the end of the week so I
      can ask him to do it. It is all explosed and easy to get to. Is it worth
      it? I don’ know if water running into to little T appendage and back
      constantly will cause any problem. Please advise!!!!

    • #293179
      NickHydro
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      Thet is yor gratest wory yuo liv a charm life

    • #293180
      bungie
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      We are not permited to leave a dead end in a line, and are made to remove any. Get him to take it out. Water can “die” in there, even more since it is the sun, and pollute the potable water.



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