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Old Toro Moist O Matic problem

I have an ancient Toro 4 station Moist o Matic system.  There are five black rubber tubes coming from the control box then buried in ground (even though there are just 4 stations). This one black tube has been cut somehow and whenever I use the sprinkler this cut tube poors water out leaving that area of my yard always wet and my shrubs look awful.  Finding a sprinkler repair service that is even willing to look at this old system is next to impossible.  I've been told all I can do is have it taken out and whole new system put in.  Who has that kind of money.  I'll keep trying to figure out a solution. Farmers Branch,TX

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