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Friday, September 21st 2007, 9:32pm

by Bill Painter

Depending on the manufacturer of the valves being used in the system, most solenoids are available and replacable. First thing to do is disconnect the lead wire from #4 from the clock and fire that station. If the "fuse" function doesn't go on alert, reconnect the wire, locate #4 valve in the field and do the same thing there. If the fuse function works again, you pretty much know the solenoid is at fault. If the solenoid is disconnected and the fuse alert STILL comes on, there's a short in the field wiring... Hope there's another free wire in the harness coming to the valve manifold.

Wednesday, September 5th 2007, 1:20pm

by edh0001us

KwikDial Valve solenoid

My controller box says "fuse" on station 4. I think it may be the valve solenoid. This is my first time with sprinkler systems. How do you change the valve solenoid and where do you buy them? Any advise would be helpful.