Hi Y'all... My husband just rigged our coop up with a new watering system using the screw in chicken nipples. I've used these before on some hanging waterers, but my gals drain the one gallon setup we have so darn quickly that I thought rigging a new system would be better. He attached a flexible pipe to a 5 gal bucket which gravity feeds a 1" pvc pipe that has 6 waterers screwed in and sealed. Two days in a row, the darn thing leaked completely out. There is no signs of leakage from the 5 gal. bucket, but it all just drips out from the nipples. They are sealed so it's not leaking out around the nipples, but from the nipples themselves. The only thing I can guess is that it's leaking because the pipe they are in is at an angle... so the nipples are at a 45 degree angle right now. Anybody had any trouble like this before? Maybe the nipples need to be straight up and down so they don't leak? That's how my hanging waterer is, and like I said, I've never had any trouble before. I'm attaching a picture of the setup in case that would help. It's hard to see the angles of the nipples in these, though... Thank you!