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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by FIMCO-MEISTER, May 6, 2008.
Wow! Old time irritrol, nice wiring job ..plumbers?
Thanks, I just spit coffee all over my key board!
Good, now you can dump your sig if you want to joke with the big boys.
Ready, set, jump!
How are you, Hoss?
Sorry it's been too long of a day to jump so I just kind of rolled over the edge.
Which is fine, but I think you know what we're talking about.
Looks more like what I'd expect from the Silicon Valley engineer who likes to find better ways to handle projects around the house....
Looks like 2 4 and 6 aren't wired in at all but all the odd numbered stations will come on at the same time for twenty minutes x four.... and that's assuming only one start time.
BTW, who said "old time"? LOL... weren't they still producing them in the early 90s?
Technically "antiques" only have to be over 25 years old, right?... the Rainjet version of the Hydro Rain HR 6000 that I ran across last week just might qualify.
An item which is at least 50 to 100 years old and is collected or desirable due to rarity, condition, utility, or some other unique feature. Motor vehicles, tools and other items subject to vigorous use in contrast, may be considered antiques in the U.S. if older than 25 years, and some electronic gadgets of more recent vintage may be considered antiques.