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Saturday, September 4th 2010, 11:45am

by hi.todd

buy a new rain senor they are cheap.

:thumbup: :thumbsup:

Saturday, September 4th 2010, 10:22am

by Wet_Boots

Take a close look at the rain detector. If you can't get near it, then bypass it.

Saturday, September 4th 2010, 9:48am

by sci4kids (Guest)

Rainbird ESP Modular Controller M rain sensor problem

We have a system that was installed about a year ago, working fine. We've had the rain sensor on "bypass" mode until recently, during a rain, changed the setting to "on". The problem is, the watering programs never resumed even after it got warm for several indicates the sensor is wet (red light), so we finally set it back to "bypass". We plan to be gone for a month soon and would like for the rain sensor to be working while we're gone. Does anyone have a suggestion?