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Tuesday, May 16th 2006, 5:04am

by Wet_Boots

I would still recommend an evaluation of the entire sprinkler system, because many, if not all, of the hydraulic controllers I encountered were on sprinkler systems that had no backflow prevention. On a flat property with the valves located near the house, they could be replaced with a group of anti-syphon zone valves, controllable by any standard electric controller.

Tuesday, May 16th 2006, 2:24am

by SprinklerGuy

If it is hydraulic...talk to this guy....

http://www.members.cox.net/tismaz/hermie.htm

He is the king..good friend of mine...tell him Tony sent you.

Monday, May 15th 2006, 5:39pm

by Wet_Boots

Do you mean a hydraulic controller, with several black tubes running to it? Do you you know where the zone valves are located?

Monday, May 15th 2006, 4:14pm

by randy22556

toro moist o matic freetime four replacement

Can anyone help me find a replacement for the toro moist o matic freetime four controller, which is now on the blink? Much appreciated if you can help. Randy