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Sunday, September 6th 2009, 2:18pm

by Wet_Boots

Keep using it manually. Find out what control valves the system uses. That will determine if you can easily replace the controller. It happens that Imperial brand brass valves will draw a high amount of current, and standard solid-state controllers won't work with them.

Wednesday, September 2nd 2009, 8:28pm

by Jay (Guest)

imperial timer

My timer will work fine for all 6 stations, when manually turning them on. When set to auto it does nothing. This is my first sprinkler system (allready in when I bought the house), it does not look to complicated to set. All pins are set for every other day and clock is set to time. These are working, the station wheel is set where the off is at the top of the wheel. If this is not the correct possition please let me know. I have no manual and could not find one online.



Thank You,



Jay