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Saturday, August 25th 2012, 2:19pm

Author: grey

Hunter Pro-C: blank display

Done! Replaced under warranty, no questions asked. Took it off, brought it to the store, put on the new one. Now I am back and running. Thumbs up for Hunter!

Friday, August 24th 2012, 6:29pm

Author: grey

Hunter Pro-C: blank display

I just found out that my Hunter Pro--C seems to be rather dead than alive. I had it off for a couple of days. I tested power outlet, transformer output and the voltage is fine there. I cycled power as per Hunter's article Hunter Still nothing, so I guess it's dead? It is installed indoors and there is rain sensor. There was really bad thunderstorm the other day. I tried calling Hunter support but it's already weekend overthere. I wonder if they replace it under warranty.

Wednesday, May 16th 2012, 9:57pm

Author: grey

Proper tools for removing surrounding grass?

I used old knife to cut the sod. Then I pulled sod away, dig out head, adjust/repair.

Tuesday, May 15th 2012, 7:43pm

Author: grey

HELP!!!

As GatorCuy suggested turn the valve manually in the valve box. Check the wiring connection in the manifold making sure its connected well, check waterproof wire connectors.

Wednesday, May 9th 2012, 8:25pm

Author: grey

inlet size?

if I remember correctly if you connect 1/2" riser/funny pipe that is over 18" than you would have a problem.

Wednesday, May 9th 2012, 8:18pm

Author: grey

Convert 3/4 Inlet to 1/2 for Spray Head

Is it just one head on a zone? Keep in mind that spray heads have higher precipitation rates. Adjust accordingly.

Saturday, May 5th 2012, 5:57pm

Author: grey

funny pipe

there are 3/4 funny pipe fittings http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/Hunter-Sprinkler-Swing-Pipe-Fittings-p/HSBE-075.htm

Thursday, May 3rd 2012, 5:49pm

Author: grey

replacing sprayer with rotator?

you can replace heads, BUT you will screw up coverage on existing zone and coverage for the other part will be poor. You need to add pipe.

Monday, April 30th 2012, 1:10am

Author: grey

Homemade Controller

neat. Are those manifolds already installed? Where's the box?

Monday, March 26th 2012, 6:21pm

Author: grey

Modify existing system for new pool in yard

General rule of thumb you don't want mix rotors and sprays on the same zone. Precipitation rates of sprays are higher than rotors. Area under rotors would be dry while under sprays would be overwatered. Consider short to medium range rotors like Hunter PGJ or Rain BIrd 3500.

Monday, March 26th 2012, 2:26pm

Author: grey

2 Sprinklers will not come on

Are all 4 heads on the same zone? Any tree roots in the area?

Monday, March 26th 2012, 2:24pm

Author: grey

Emergency freeze shutdown

Just drain anything above ground.

Friday, March 23rd 2012, 4:17pm

Author: grey

Rototiller friendly underground system for a vegie garden

Old thread. OP probably solved his question. What I would do: Tilling depth+ about 8"=Trench depth.

Wednesday, March 21st 2012, 3:36pm

Author: grey

Just venting

It's free to get all lines marked. You never know what they did. Even then I hit my cable too at about 6 inches. Thankfully it was in poly pipe sheath. I cut through some old unmarked cable wires. I was like "what is that?".

Sunday, March 18th 2012, 4:16pm

Author: grey

finally taking the step!!!

it's called bullnose and that's what I used also. You can buy anything online http://www.pexsupply.com/Cello-WPT-12-12-16-3-4-x-3-4-x-1-CxCxC-Tee-12083000-p http://www.autorain.com/itemdisplay.php?id=5926198&catid=118&sectionid=341&sku=611R-075 http://www.ebay.com/itm/3-4-X-3-4-X-1-COPPER-BULL-NOSE-TEE-PLUMBING-FITTING-/220889270683 PS: links don't load for some reason. Copy/paste in your browser.

Wednesday, March 14th 2012, 12:09pm

Author: grey

Burying vs. valve box?

I mean how good will it clean out soil, sand? Probably good enough for big pieces but what remains could easily clog up nozzle or get into rotor mechanism and then you have to do more work. I didn't use it though.

Tuesday, March 13th 2012, 11:21pm

Author: grey

Burying vs. valve box?

For emptying valve boxes it should be fine but I wouldn't trust it to clean lines from debris. I'd rather flush.

Friday, February 24th 2012, 4:37pm

Author: grey

Inserting PE into barbed fittings

There is danger of overheating pipe with torch especially if you don't do it on a regular basis. It might fail later on. I used KY Jelly and a mallet.

Tuesday, February 7th 2012, 1:10am

Author: grey

Slip or Threaded Valves?

Quoted from "seansy59" 5"-8" is all I could do with a shovel, and then add 550' of digging in total. I guess its too late to suggest anything else but what helped me (unless its really rocky soil) is filling the trench with water, letting it sit for some time. It helped me quite a bit.