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Saturday, October 22nd 2011, 1:34pm

by Wet_Boots

You need to have the original controller part number

Saturday, October 22nd 2011, 8:10am

by neurofresh (Guest)

Custom II 8 controller broken...how do you contact Toro for a hydraulic/electric conversion assembly?

You will have to label every single tube that connects to the controller, than remove it and send it to Toro for repair. No other practical alternatives exist. The only plan of attack that gets you going soonest, is to replace all the valves and install a modern solid-state controller. Or, you leave all the existing valves in place, and buy (big bucks) a hydraulic/electric conversion assembly, as offered by Toro, and a new controller.

Thursday, September 8th 2011, 12:12pm

by Wet_Boots

You will have to label every single tube that connects to the controller, than remove it and send it to Toro for repair. No other practical alternatives exist. The only plan of attack that gets you going soonest, is to replace all the valves and install a modern solid-state controller. Or, you leave all the existing valves in place, and buy (big bucks) a hydraulic/electric conversion assembly, as offered by Toro, and a new controller.

Thursday, September 8th 2011, 12:35am

by mrfixit

What about repairing the controller you have now?

I don't know which controller to recommend you. I'm sure Boots will chime in.

Wednesday, September 7th 2011, 10:36pm

by brknpcs1 (Guest)

Toro controller

I have a TORO- CUSTOM ELEVEN controller that isn't working. Is there a controller that I can replace it with, that will use the existing hydr. lines?