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Monday, June 19th 2006, 6:17am

by Wet_Boots

It would cost you more to repair the clock than to replace it. If you do have a pin pushed all the way in (one on the clock wheel and one on the calendar wheel) then you should have automatic watering.

Monday, June 19th 2006, 1:50am

by SteveM099

Manual Timer not turning water on

We have an older model Toro sprinkler system that was here when we moved into our present home, 8 years ago.

The device has a manual timer that seems to advance normally; but it never kicks off the water at the set time.

The system works when run manually. (there are 4 zones).

Any thoughts to what to look for that should be happening but is not?

Thank you,

Steve