I ran the fish tape down the pipe and found a big wad of grass and leaves. Before I buried the pipe, I had left it on the ground for several days. I guess some critter decided to take up residence. It took a while to get it out but now everything's working as it should. Again, thanx for the advice, Mr. Dave.
Thanx, Dave. I already removed the valve, but there was no dirt there. The fish tape sounds like a good idea. Didn't think of that. Thanx again.
If its a straight shot you can try using an electrical fish tape. You can get them for maybe $15 and up for a 1/4 x 50ft. then you will only have to dig it up in a few places. Take the faucet off and turn on water. Might just be some dirt at the valve.
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