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Tuesday, April 18th 2006, 3:20am

by donlo

controller......

****o I have been reading back thru the controller questions, trying to figure what the problem with my month and a half old Hunter ICC-800M,,, we installed month ago, was working fine, It is Installed in a commercial greenhouse.One morning an automatic vent on the same circuit kicked the breaker, after resetting the breaker.,,,The controller failed to function that day. we noticed that the timer/proccesor was going thru the stations and times correctly but NOT opening the Valves.We checked all line voltage wireing and low volt side to the power module,everything is as it should be.We unplugged the controller and took out battery and let sit over night, the controller worked fine that day, ,, but then again failed to operate, EVEN though we isolated it from that circuit.,,i have a few more ideas from reading your posts,, and will investigate farther today. I called hunter's Tech support, some "kid" told me it was a hydraulic problem???.. I'm scratching my head over that?...thanks for listening and any support.