I don't usually work saturdays, but at the moment I'm the only person in the company working (I'm the foreman, bosses are on vacation, and I lost most of my help back to school). So, in order to keep from getting behind on monday I decided to finish up a install one of our other employee's had put before he quit. All that was supposed to be left to do was adjust, but I ended up spending 5 hours on it. There were valveboxes located were a new fence was going in that had to be moved, almost every valve was wired wrong, and to top it off, the landscaper had buried 4 of the valve boxes. Since I didn't do the install I had no idea were they were, and I couldn't find them with the timer because it was wired wrong (I have to get a 521!) So, I spent a hour poking around with a shovel, finally found all the boxes, wired everything right, fired it up to adjust to find 2 breaks in the lateral lines (rocky soil, apparently they backfilled with the trencher blade without picking the rocks out). So all in all, I guess this is what happens when I'm not on the job site. Either that or the guy knew it was his last install and just halfassed it.