How to Fix Frost Free Hydrant?

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The first step in fixing a frost free hydrant is to first adjust the nut on the top of the hydrant. This may be causing the leak because it is not able to push down all the way. See link below for further instruction www.ehow.com
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Fixing a frost free hydrant that has started leaking is more than likely a matter of taking it apart and replacing the worn seals within the faucet itself.
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