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Thursday, August 21st 2014, 12:00pm

by tenchains

Thank you all. I bought and installed the Rainbird per suggestion. It took all of 15 minutes. Thanks alot. All zones working 10-8 and great!


Friday, July 4th 2014, 3:51am

by mrfixit

Boots you're always so helpful.

The cover appears to be missing with the terminal numbers on them.

The blue wire is number 1

The red wire is number 2

The green is 3 and the yellow is 4.

The white wire is the common wire.

That rainbird timer is super easy to program and operate.

I dislike the terminal connections on both controllers though. You need to strip the wires a bit longer in case voltage testing needs to be done later down the road.

Thursday, July 3rd 2014, 8:32pm

by tenchains

Want to replace Richdel 446 pri

Here is a PIC of my existing controller. And then two pics of controllers I may use to replace as mine is shot. I am just wondering about the wire hook up. It looks like the four wires on the terminals are the 4 zones. I am not sure what the white wire or the black wires on the terminals are or where they go on the new box.