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Sunday, May 13th 2018, 4:06pm

by mrfixit

It sounds like there's something wrong with the valve.
It's usually the diaphragm.
Sometime's there's a clogged port.
Can you post a pic of the valve? Or give the make and model?
Go to www.tinypic.com, upload your pic there, then cut and paste the "forum" code to your post.

Sunday, May 13th 2018, 12:31pm

by Denconfused

Single valve will not operate like the other 5.

My number one valve will not start, the other five work fine.

I have appropriate power off the timer on terminal 1, I replaced the solenoid just to eliminate any issues there, though the new solenoid feels warm.

Power voltage reading is the same at timer connection and solenoid connection. I moved the #1 lead to the number 2 connection since it is working properly, number 1 will still not activate by itself.

I back out the solenoid and get water moving, then tighten it back down when leaking stops, the number 1 valve runs for a few seconds and the valve shuts off while there is still time on the timer.

Voltage, Ohms check all as recommended.

What am I missing here?