The chlorine feeder was installed by the previous owners...I haven't used it, but water is still flowing through it.
While replacing my pool pump motor over the weekend, I touched the plastic nut that secures the feeder's supply line to the pool plumbing (its connected via a tap, secured to the PVC pipe by a metal band.
The plastic nut literally disintegrated, like it was made of sand. Everything is still holding together right now, but I imagine the plastic supply line will blow out eventually. The fitting the nut was screwed to seems to be intact and strong.
Has anyone found a way to cap these off without replacing the PVC pipe. (I'm thinking of something like a valve stem cap for a tire)
I don't have the time this week to get into a PVC replacement project, so I'd like a temporary solution.
Not the best picture for this purpose, but its dark out...