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Monday, July 9th 2012, 10:04am

by GatorGuy

central is right.
Very possible everything electrical (box, wires, solenoids) fried.

Sunday, July 8th 2012, 9:21am

by Central Irrigation

Check your wiring using a multimeter. Lightning has a way of frying wires and valve selonoids.

Saturday, July 7th 2012, 10:26pm

by Canoe

Lightning Strike

Lightning knocked out my irrigation system, landscape lighting, TV receiver and garage door opener.

I replaced a Hunter Pro C with an Orbit Super Dial controller. I only have 2 zones and it seemed a relatively easy process but when I tried to switch the system on there was no water even though the controller went through its routine. I am a complete novice at this, what should I do next?