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Sunday, April 8th 2012, 2:37pm

by mrfixit

Pro-C ManualHere's your manual.
Odd and Even days are exactly what they sound like. April 2nd = even day. April 1st = odd day.
The date determines odd and even.
This is a good way to water if you want to water every other day. Of course at the end of the month you may have two days in a row water.
If you want to run on specific days of the week then ignore the odd and even days. Just program each individual day you want to water.

Sunday, April 8th 2012, 10:35am

by jack z

Hunter Pro C

I lost the owners book, having trouble re setting the time change and messed up the timmer. What is the difference between the odd & even days what is a even day. The water days show a rain drop eith a cover over it, means a no water day. I,m still confused. Thank you jack z.