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Saturday, July 22nd 2006, 9:15am

by IanMcP

Do you have a well or town/city water

Monday, July 17th 2006, 5:39am

by Wet_Boots

Besides replacing the entire valve, which might have some debris clogging something, you could also get a Nelson valve with a flow-control top, use the top to replace the existing one, and throttle it down if it sticks open.

Monday, July 17th 2006, 5:09am

by kclough

Nelson valve issue

I have a Nelson valve that will not shut off. At the beginning of the season it started. I have replaced the solenoid, taken the valve apart (no cracks or dirt) and checked the voltage (fine-24v). Still have the problem....HELP!!, I can not run my system, becuase if I turn it that zone continually runs. The rest will barly run with the timer on.