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Sunday, August 2nd 2015, 7:08pm

by Central Irrigation

A ground fault locator. I should warn you, they will find every nick in the wire.
I use an older Metrotec 810 wire locator that does a pretty good job of finding cut wires. Multi strand is difficult as the signal will jump to other wires.

Sunday, August 2nd 2015, 11:46am

by Help With Sprinklers

Tool to locate a cut a valve wire

What are the best tools to locate underground cut valve wires - both single and multi-strand?

Thank you.