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Old 03-28-2013, 12:06 PM
LawnsharkMB LawnsharkMB is offline
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Originally Posted by Kiril View Post
You missed my rather subtle point. Some controllers, particularly older ones, will default to water all zones for 10 minutes every day of the week. This is generally a problem with controllers that don't have a static memory and rely on the battery to retain programming. In this case, I expect someone, prolly one of the HO from the HOA, went into the controller to change the start time because they didn't like irrigation going off a 12 PM after the controller defaulted due to a power loss. I also see this type of daily irrigation from lawnboys who don't have a clue how to irrigate a site.
Maybe that's what happened with this controller because I had to flip the breaker on. Could be something different causing the grass to thin. I was conviced it was the way they were watering the grass. We had a long drought last summer that fried everything that wasn't irrigated.
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