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Friday, June 25th 2004, 3:52am

by aquamatic

You have a short on the wires for those zones. Do you have extra wires in the box. Change over to those and test

Thursday, June 24th 2004, 4:56pm

by Sunturtle

valve electrical problem

I need some advice. I'm dealing with a commercial 5 zone system. When the clock powers zone 2 it blows the fuse. With zone two connected to the clock it also blows the fuse when zones 3-5 call for power. With zone 2 taken off the clock (wire removed), zones 3-5 work normally. Any ideas?