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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Mike Leary, Apr 19, 2008.
Here's how I do field wires & pigtails.
And here is how I do it.
Not as pretty, but a lot quicker to service.
Without a color call-out and/or numbers, I would not want to
wade into that box. In mine, the pigtail & spare wires can be
removed/moved out of the way for service. Looks like you've
only got two runs of wire, I've got five of 13-strand.
That is what $1500 a zone gets you...attention to detail...
Thank you. My technique was motivated by my early days when I just
did service & I discovered the "rat's nest" of wiring where I was worried
to touch ANY wire for fear of screwing up the whole system. Long after
I'm gone, someone can service my wiring.
I would appreciate your work if servicing that box in 20 years, or installing a new... Looks nice.
That is incredible Mike. Where is the Controller though?
mikes systems don't need controllers.
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or water from what I hear.