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Thursday, July 28th 2011, 9:14am

by wsommariva

The valves/zones should not operate all at the same time. They should operate one at a time controlled by your controller.

Wednesday, July 27th 2011, 11:09pm

by Ooltewah (Guest)

Fixed leak, now pressure low

I replaced about a 2 foot section of my irrigation system. After I got it all put back together and turned the sprinkler system on my water pressure was very low, this is due to all 3 valves running at the same time (I assume). Can anyone tell me how to fix this problem? I have a 3 section system, the first section is a 180' spread head to cover the side yard, the second is the main section (the one with the low pressure) that covers the entire front yard, and the third is the smallest section covering bushes and shrubs in front flower bed area. Thanks in advance for your help!