Had a client call because the power co just installed a new service at an industrial facility. They hit the Main line twice and hit 3 lateral lines and pulled them apart. I didnt install the system but the client asked me to try to get it back running. It has 13 valves and is serviced by a 2 inch service I have only been able to find 4 of the 13 valve boxes because this site sat abandoned for 4 years and the grass was always like a hay feild before it was cut. The controller wire was cut in 2 and was temporarly spliced to find all the broken laterals. We got it down to the last valve that wouldnt work off the controller Hunter model with a hunter ICC controller we used a spare wire that wasnt hooked to the timer and put it in where the old one was that wouldnt work. When we made a TEmpory connection the solenoid chatter like an electrical short but came on and operated, thats where we stopped for the day. One thing I saw was on the controller mutiple leads were in the same zone. This means he was running two valves off from the same zone. Can you do this on a Hunter ICC timer He has 13 valves running off from 8 positions in the timer box all toegether. Please respond with your thoughts. To me this seems wrong ... Also he did not use a master valve. and through out the day one sprinkler ran continously when the bfp was turn on . I cant beleive someone ran one valve to one head. When we turned the water supply off for a couple of hours the head didnt come back up the second time Must have been a ghost.