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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Gorhad, Jul 28, 2010.
Ok Wet Boots thanks for the advice much appreciated have a great day
No more questions i will stick to what i know woooowwww
dude you need to take pictures and get back to us brother..
then we will help.
we will also vote on whether you should go back to the supplier and slap the counter guy who said there was no need for a diaphragm
I want three minutes of my life back please.
with or without gratuitous insults?
Don't mind Bootsie. The warden hasn't let him out of solitary for a few weeks. It's tough to diagnose a problem over the internet, and we do hack on people here a little harsh that come in with questions that are easy for us to fix, but we don't get all of the correct info to give an answer. Just like the term "thumb wheel", could mean a lot or nothing if we don't know what it is.
Good luck in fixing it.
When he said "thumb wheel" I thought he was talking about the bleed screw.
Pictures do help.
Did you guys tell him that for the 205 model the thumb wheel, and snuffer valve have to be left open when the solenoid ratchets 50% during flush mode?