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Monday, July 24th 2006, 8:34pm

by hillman90

Valve identification, weathermatic

I have 11 zones all with Weathermatic valves and a Weathermatic Mark Series controller. This was an existing system when I purchased the house. I had 2 solenoids replaced on 2 of the valves a couple weeks ago with the M24E's. My question is how do identify the model of the valve? It is pretty much covered in dirt but I can dig around it if I knew where to look for an ID #. The top of the valve housing is green and I saw the Weathermatic name, they are also plastic. There is NOT a 4 pronged handle on top the valve. When I looked at the Weathermatic site it "looks" like the current silver bullet model. Thanks!