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Monday, June 28th 2010, 3:42am

by mrfixit

I wont be able to help you with this valve.

www.orbitonline.com/products/Timers/01/04/04/236/

Sunday, June 27th 2010, 11:31pm

by andrewandheather

not sure what you mean by controller. It's the valve I replaced Orbit model 91035. Instead of having two wires from the valve to connect to my timer, it had an male jack, when cut there were 3 wires.

Sunday, June 27th 2010, 6:10pm

by mrfixit

Do you mean you've replaced the controller?

Sunday, June 27th 2010, 4:20pm

by andrewandheather

Relacing old valve (2 wire) with new valve that has 3

I am replacing one of my old Orbit valve with a newer model that has 3 wires. On the advise of a home depot guy, I cut the connector off the new valve and wired 2 of the 3 braided wires to my existing wiring system. I left the green wire dangling. This of course blew the fuse. Does anyone know if this can be done and how?