Did a start-up today on a dual RM DX-2 system, one of mine. I run "auto limits" every year to see how the solenoids are doing and make notes to see when I should be checking it again, since the system is not Central. I like .20 to .35 amps, when they start to climb (notice zones 10,15,16, 17,20,34 & 41). They will get attention according to amerage, but at that heat, they will (all )fail, prolly real soon, once we get water rolling. This system was installed in the middle of the now infamous W*M solenoid screw-over, and we're getting to the end of replacing the damn things. The new solenoids (with the white wires) are doing fine, as are the earlier band-aids with the thicker black wire. With "auto limits" the RM will shut a zone down and skip it and provide a warning if the pre-entered parameters are exceeded. Since we have a N.O. master valve there, the clock only measures zone amps, and we have none ganged. RM will handle 2.0 amps, which why zone 15 can still continue, but it's first on my service list!