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Friday, July 14th 2006, 10:10am

by Wet_Boots

Unplug, and pull out any backup battery. Wait at least ten minutes. Replace any battery and try the controller again. By the way, the sprinkler valves can be manually opened, without any controller.

Friday, July 14th 2006, 7:21am

by Betty

Hardie HR 6100 Crashed!!!!

I had floor installers using power saws, other equipment on our power source. My husband was in garage using air compressor and tripped a circuit. After power was restored timer won't turn sprinklers on. A code of A something 10 shows in led. The timer transformer is plug in a power strip on the wall,I unplugged and reset the power strip. Also I checked for blown fuse inside controller box.. It looks OK clear glass, no smoky residue.. What's next?... Help!!! 105 degrees out here in Calif.!!![V]

Thanks
Betty