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Monday, May 16th 2005, 5:49am

by drredsox

Thanks to everyone. Everything works fine.

Wednesday, May 4th 2005, 5:47pm

by water miser

what exactly are you having trouble with,if you found the water supply valve turn it on.make sure the controller is plugged in.read the instructions on the inside cover of the controller door it should tell you how to operate it.if the system does not come on ,call for service.

Wednesday, May 4th 2005, 5:33pm

by Wet_Boots

Look outside where the water supply exits the house. Maybe there's another valve that needs to be opened.

Wednesday, May 4th 2005, 1:56pm

by drredsox

Now that I'm getting familiar with the sprinker system, I was able to find the timer and the main water supply lever. I notice that there's wire coming out of the timer-which is installed in the basement- and goes outside then underground. Only about 1" wire is visible.
Does that wire go to the valves, which I'm still not able to find in the front or back yard?
Should I dig up and follow the wire route to find the location of the valves so I can turn them on?
Thanks,

Monday, May 2nd 2005, 11:11am

by bgeddes

Besides, everybody knows you turn 3 times clockwise (not counter-clockwise).

Tuesday, April 26th 2005, 2:17am

by drredsox

Don't be sarcastic when you don't know who you are talking to, espically those who are novices. Your sarcasm can cause seriouse damage and there would be no one to blame.

Monday, April 25th 2005, 4:54pm

by water miser

a little sarcasm is a small price to pay when asking for free advice.

Monday, April 25th 2005, 2:03pm

by Wet_Boots

Oh chill. Just look for the timer and turn it on. If you are totally lost, try to trace any sprinkler control wire you see outdoors back to the house.

Monday, April 25th 2005, 5:52am

by drredsox

Wet Boots, You are really a joker...I don't know what the **** you are doing here....get a life...

Monday, April 25th 2005, 5:33am

by Wet_Boots

It was a joke. (I'm glad I didn't say 'sacrifice a chicken') You need to turn on the controller that operates the sprinkler system. If you don't see it near the shut-off valve, then try your garage. It's got to be somewhere.