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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Mike Leary, May 13, 2007.
When sprinkler guys were real.
And to think that we now have controllers that will save the program away from prying eyes and stubby fingers. They screw it up and you just restore it... at a fee, of course.
The Rain Bird HP was a tough SOB for residential ...
The worst modern timers to deal with are the Irritrol SlimDial and this POS from orbit.
ROFLMAO, he now sits at a desk in a climate controlled enviornment, and he still feels left out when the dinasours talk antiques! Pop a buckner and chill
BTW, since antiques are being discussed, what do you suppose it would take to re-build an old RC18A? that is what was orginally installed for the greens and tees here. Someone replaced it with an ESP 16LX+, and I'm betting it was because they had no clue how to fix it. Anyone tried to get parts for something like that lately?
I got a clock I'm going to pic that I haven't seen posted here. By the way I'm closing a college graduation chapter with my daughter and starting a getting resettled with a job chapter now. I'm going to be very tied up so don't think you've lost me just have a new set of priorities temporarily.
Check with R-Co Parts. Might be called The Source now. They carry a boatload of obsolete parts.
military time!!! great for homeowners!
I've never really had a problem with the SlimDial. I don't necessary like it, but programming seems easy for me. Mainly because I am used to it because there are a lot of them here.
i forgot about the rainbird EZ1