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Wednesday, September 14th 2005, 6:04am

by mcclurgjw

After much seaching I discovered in a John Deere document I found on the web the correct procedure for resetting the controller. The rainbird manual and website do not include this information for end users. Thanks for the help.

Tuesday, September 13th 2005, 1:35pm

by Wet_Boots

Try to reboot the controller. Check the owners manual.

Tuesday, September 13th 2005, 8:00am

by mcclurgjw

Rainbird ESP TM Controller

My control panel indicates PR off in manual or auto positions, Fuse is good and 28 V is present on output side. I live in an area where lighting strikes are common as well as power interruptions. What else should I check before I assume controller is fried?