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Monday, May 13th 2002, 3:56am


Try turning on every zone by its bleed valve to see if they work manually. If so, then your wire must have gotten switched around somehow if you took it out of the time for the winter.

Wednesday, April 17th 2002, 4:18pm

by david2u

Zone problems

I have a old rainbird LCD timer with 6 stations.
When I turned on the system this year, I went thru the normal setup and found that zone 4 doesn't come on at all.
Zone 3, which is my front yard goes on, but it also turns on zone 4, leaving hardly any pressure.

I tapped on the solenoids....nothing worked.
Any suggestions??