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Tuesday, May 29th 2018, 3:52pm

Author: SynxinTX

Several zones stay on despite system being off

Yeah, someone also suggested replacing merely the top part of the valve with all the main components so as to not have to replace the entire unit. I'll pick one of those up and see how it goes. Edit: It worked! Replacing the main valve components (except the solenoid, which I didn't touch) fixed the problem. Thanks for the help and suggestions!

Tuesday, May 29th 2018, 3:33pm

Author: SynxinTX

Several zones stay on despite system being off

Thank you very much for the suggestion, but those valves (or at least the one I checked so far) do not have a flow control. It's just a square bonnet without the little screw (that I assume you are referring to) for that. I cross-posted this question elsewhere and several people have also told me that it's a controller issue, so I am thinking that that is, in fact, the source of the problem and thus I think I will replace the current one with a newer one. http://www.evergreensprinklers.com/image...

Monday, May 28th 2018, 10:32pm

Author: SynxinTX

Several zones stay on despite system being off

I don't have a well; it's just a typical suburban water system, so I suppose it's city water. Not sure about the master valve; I'll have to look into that. The valves are Hunter SRV valves.

Monday, May 28th 2018, 6:58pm

Author: SynxinTX

Several zones stay on despite system being off

I apologize for double posting, but I couldn't make any edits to my post from when I was unregistered. I thought I would give a list of things I tried in case they were useful. Turned the valve solenoid thing to the off positionUnplugged and replugged the module on the controller for those zones (it is a Rain Bird ESP Modular controller)Switched the module with another for different zonesUnplugged and replugged the wall cable on the controller - the water did not stop when I did this!Touched the...