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Monday, April 12th 2004, 10:42am

by LaserJock

I was able to get both valves working by taking them apart and cleaning them out. They had some dirt in them. I then swapped the parts from one to the other. Now everything works. I then found out that I had a break in the pipe (I think somebody drove over the sprinkler head). Oh well.

-LaserJock

Monday, April 5th 2004, 5:50pm

by LaserJock

1 zone works 1 doesn't

Hi!
I just bought a house and was trying to get the sprinkler system to work. I can turn on the main valve and 1 set of sprinklers turn on. However I can't get the the other ones to work. I found 2 valves but they have no electrical connection to a control box. I tried to manually turn on the other valve but nothing happens. I can hear water moving around in the valve but there is NO water getting to the sprinklers. Is this a valve problem or a sprinkler problem? Thanks.
-LaserJock