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Tuesday, May 31st 2011, 2:13pm

by mrfixit

Seen it done on numerous occasions. I've only seen it cause a problem two times. Both times all it did was blow the fuse on the controller. Give it a try and see what happens.

Tuesday, May 31st 2011, 7:43am

by Wet_Boots

Read your owner's manual

Monday, May 30th 2011, 10:00pm

by HomeownerGuy (Guest)

two valves on one zone

I know it is not standard procedure, but will the timer open two different valves, wired in parallel, on the same zone?