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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1. Shut off the main water source before repairing the hydrant. Turn the hydrant on and allow any water to drain out. 2. Apply a liberal amount of penetrating lubricant to the joint
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Frost-free yard hydrants are installed to provide water to various locations in the farmyard during all seasons of the year. They are manufactured and installed in such a way that
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When you screw the knob in it has a plunger that is 16 inches back inside of the house that stops the water.
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are you sure it is leaking? when you shut off the water, it all drains out at the bottom( which is underground). thats how it's a frost proof, cause there is no water in it to freeze
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