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Wednesday, June 17th 2015, 3:48pm

by mrfixit

The cylinder devices are probably some sore of grease cap.
Does it look like this?
Spears Dry Splice

Wednesday, June 17th 2015, 10:12am

by Wet_Boots

You may have gummed up the new valves when you installed them, especially if they were glued into place.

Wednesday, June 17th 2015, 8:19am

by johnlile (Guest)

Wiring for Irrigation Valves

My system is about 25 years old. I replaced two faulty valves. I cut and wired exactly the way the prior two wired. The wires from the soleniods lead into small cylinder looking devices that then connect to my control box. I still have a couple zones that will not turn on and one that won't turn off. I am wondering if the new valves don't require the little cylinder devices.... and maybe they are keeping my system from proper operation. Any ideas? I can't find anyone that even knows what those things are. THANKS!