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Friday, January 16th 2004, 6:39am

by Rays Sprinklers

If the controller is alright then it is the valves....unscrew the valve and check for debris inside the valve.....make sure to give a good clean out...also look for any tears in the valve "guts"...let me know what happens

Wednesday, January 7th 2004, 2:39pm

by score1x

Won't stop dripping

I have a drip system that will not stop running. It is a rainbird controller, the system is under 4 years old.