He all its been a long time since I've stopped by. I made a mistake this weekend but I think with some plumbing help I can get it repaired and back to normal with out to much trouble. The weather is warming here and we are starting to swim. I was using the water spigot that connects to my pool plumbing to spray off my decking and knock the dust off the patio furniture. When doing so I closed the valve to my return to get max pressure to the spigot and water hose. Well I got done cleaning, turned off the spigot but forgot to open the return valve. The pump ran for several hours like this and the water spigot either worked itself loose or was forced out of the PVC. I caught it before to much water was lost and any real damage was done. I tried screwing the spigot back on but it leaked then I bought a 3/4 inch PVC plug. It made it a bit better but it still leaked. So I think the threads in the plumbing fitting have been damaged. What do you all think is the best way to replace the fitting that the spigot threads into. I'm handy enough to do this without issue but I cant wrap my head around where to cut or to just replace the entire run?