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Saturday, October 1st 2011, 11:26am

by mulletmac

Sprinkler system works regardless of whether its raining or has recently rained.

Friday, September 30th 2011, 8:07am

by hi.todd

Not Much help here, but that is exactly why I use the wired rain sensors. Is it true that when the battery fails the system is dead? :thumbsup:

Friday, September 30th 2011, 7:29am

by mulletmac

Rainbird WRS2 Sensor Battery Issue

My one year old Rainbird WRS2 sensor battery went dead. I've replace battery three times over last several weeks. Each time battery died within a couple of days. Any idea why batteries are being drained so quickly. Manual states battery should last 4 years. Help!