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Friday, July 18th 2003, 6:42pm

by Rays Sprinklers

I guess you should folloow what RVLI said because i have no experience with TORO controllers

Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Thursday, July 17th 2003, 6:20am

by Rays Sprinklers

I guess you should folloow what RVLI said because i have no experience with TORO controllers

Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Wednesday, July 16th 2003, 1:23pm

by RVLI

Yep. I used to have a Toro Greenkeeper. The day I put a sensor on it it was sunny as could be, I turned the sensor switch to "on" and that little droplet came on. I wired the sensor directly to the wiring and now it works fine.



Edited by - rvli on Jul 17 2003 6:03:06 PM

Wednesday, July 16th 2003, 10:55am

by mcyr

Toro rain switch

Hello,

I have a Toro system (Greenkeeper/ECX controller) with a Toro rain switch. The switch seems to work fine; it does shut off the system when watering the rain sensor.

The problem is that the controller is stuck in this "no watering mode" and I can't water any more (the "water droplet" icon never dissapears on the controller) even after a few sunny days where the switch should have time to dry.

Any tips ? (I have heard of close/open circuit installation configuration)

Thanks,
Martin.