I have a situation where I need to bypass a mastervalve on a campus. The main line now has two clocks on it and they did not want to pay for additional wiring for the additional clock to operate the mastervalve. The valve is a 1 1/2" hunter. I would like to make the valve permanently open. I am worried if I just crack the solenoid someone might shut it off and then 20 pallets of grass dies. Is there a way to macgyver the solenoid so that it keeps the valve open? I was thinking it might be possible to remove the plunger on the Hunter solenoid but it looks like it is not meant to come out. Any tricks?