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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by windmillservices, Sep 27, 2011.
20 Zone system struck by lighting. It is not going to be fun trying to fix this one.
with the ICC on the way out, you get to sell an upgrade
Probably deserved it with those thermostat control wires.
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I-Core is a nice unit! We have done conventional and the DUAL....so far, so good. Cool controller.
At least it had a pigtail. Pete should be overjoyed by that!
If making money isn't fun to you, you're just too rich already.
most jobs out there aren't considered fun... It's called work son! Do what you gotta do!
did you get to ohm out any of the solenoids? looks like theres going to be some wire tracing to do! have fun...
Hope you know where the valves are, you are going to be tracking wire & replacing solenoids.
I had one earlier this summer at a church. Pro-C faceplate and cover blown off the cabinet as seen in the photo. I had only blown out this system last fall, no other work to it, so i didn't know what I was getting into. Some wires were fried going to the first junction at the first valve in the main line. two solenoids were toast. But look at the photos with the wiring. Multi strand laying on top of the ground in areas, and going into the boxes from THE TOP, and being damaged by the lids. I had no idea where the valves were, but the 521 work perfect as usual. Found all valves AND drain valves. Over $2000 later the system is back up and running, but the rest of the system is crap - bad design, bad layout, mismatched nozzles in the PGPs, poor spacing. I did go back after I was done and put the wire on the wall in conduit.