How to install backflow preventer irrigation?
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Installing a backflow preventer irrigation system requires some basic plumbing and electrical knowledge. Before beginning, you should carefully read the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines.
1. Locate the appropriate location for your backflow preventer. Be sure to follow local regulations when deciding on the location, as some areas may require the unit to be placed underground or in an opened-air box.
2. Turn off the water supply in order to begin the installation. You will need to have the proper fittings and tools on hand for this step.
3. Install the backflow preventer using the included fittings and fastening hardware. Make sure to properly secure all connections.
4. Turn the water supply back on and check for any leaks. If there are no leaks, the installation is complete.