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Tuesday, July 31st 2012, 3:54pm

by jmar44

valve boxes

2 10 inch round valve boxes are in plain view one on each side of the house. There should be another one for zones 5&6 but it's not visible. I have to run my system manually if I want to water all zones. It's the only way I can get some of them to pop up is to start manually shut it off and start again. Except for one zone I have no pressure at all.

Monday, July 30th 2012, 3:05pm

by GatorGuy

"What controls zones 5 & 6?"
Has to be two valves there somewhere. If you know
where the controller is you can rent avalve locator and trace the wires to the valve.

Monday, July 30th 2012, 1:41pm

by jmar44

valve boxes

I have a six zone Rainbird system. I have 2 valve boxes, one that controls zones 1 & 4 and one that controls zones 2 & 3. What controls zones 5 & 6? Zone six won't come on except for a trickle of water from two heads. You might be able to tell, I'm new at this. :wacko: