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Thursday, October 4th 2018, 11:06pm




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Friday, October 5th 2018, 5:35am

Do you have a question? lol

Since some of the valves come on the master valve wires are ok. If you want to double check to make sure there aren't two master valves, you could move the master valve wire to the number 1 slot by itself then turn on number 1. If none of the wires give you voltage at the break then the master valve wire is good. Put the wire back.

It should be simple from here. I'm guessing there's only 1 common wire. Figure out which one. The rest are zone wires.

Just use trial and error if you have to. Hook up the wires with the timer on and see what works.


Sunday, October 7th 2018, 12:15am

I’ll keep at it. It’s just crazy, I feel like I found the common wire, I hook it up. Then I still can’t get any of the zones to work. I feel like it should be easy based on your feedback, but I just can’t get anything to turn on.

I’ll also try to see if there is an additional main valve wire like you stated.

I feel like one wire is out of place and that’s the one that needs to be hooked up correctly to get it to work.

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