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Clayton mark freeze proof hydrant

When i pull handle i can watch rod coming up but no water do i have to dig up hydrant to fix assume rod is broke at bottom at valve can i replace rod without digging

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IT IS FROZEN NO WATER COMES OUT

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You are going to have to dig and replace the entire freezeless faucet. sounds like it either froze or rusted off.

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