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Thursday, June 10th 2010, 2:44pm

by DenverDan

probe and toner kit

Does anyone know a good entry level unit for tracing sprinkler wire from the timer to the valve box,



thanks

Thursday, May 27th 2010, 1:48pm

by Wet_Boots

There are already wire nuts with dielectric grease built in, and there are other waterproofing methods. Do not make underground splices.

Thursday, May 27th 2010, 12:22pm

by murrsue

Proper wiring of new system

Planning out my system and I assume that full runs of wires are smarter than making connections underground and all connections should be in the valve boxes. What's the best way to do the wire connections? Do the connections need to be waterproofed somehow? I was thinking of coating the connections with dielectric grease or maybe silicone caulk inside the wire nuts. Is this okay or is there a better method?