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Sunday, May 22nd 2011, 10:50pm

by Mitchgo

Well of course it shouldn't be doing that.. Sounds like the button is stuck and not switching the switch on the circuit board behind the face plant.. You could take it apart and fiddle with it to see if you can fix it..

I recommend a replacement controller though

Monday, May 16th 2011, 11:46am

by himholz1@comcast.net (Guest)

Hardie Hydro Rain HR6100-1 Controller

To whom this may concern,



Can anyone tell me why my Hardie controller turns my sprinkler system on at the scheduled time and day that is set to start, when I have the system power switch in the off/rain position? When I go to the control swich and turn it on manually and off again, it shuts the system off like it's supposed to do but then the next scheduled day it comes on again, with the switch in the off position. Can someone with ideas please fill me in as to whether or not I may need a new controller or what the problem may be? Thank you!



temporary water waster, 8)

Bob