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Wednesday, August 28th 2013, 1:36pm

by Wet_Boots

it's in the "hidden features" section of your owners manual


Wednesday, August 28th 2013, 10:11am

by mydogcleo

Rain Bird ESP Modular Controller

When my installer set up my controller about eight years ago, he established seven zones. Zones 1-6 are for the yard and zone 7 in my small garden. Zones 1-6 use well water supplied by my irrigation pump. Zone 7 simply open a valve and allows city water to drip in my garden.

Now after years of tweaking, I have forgotten how to program the controller. When zone 7 comes to life, the water pump is not suppose to come on (unlike zones 1-6). Unfortunately the pump (controller) no longer knows not to come on. How do I change zone 7 programming to prevent my pump from coming on.