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Friday, December 7th 2012, 9:18am

by Wet_Boots

You are supposed to use the hose bib to input the air. Try the other testcock if you don't have a garden hose adapter.

Thursday, December 6th 2012, 6:59pm

by heynowjerry (Guest)

RE: Hunter System Winterizing. Need some help with hookup. HEads not coming up

First year trying to DIY my winterizing.

Rain Sensor Off
Hooked up 20gal compressor to the valve
Pressurized the system at 60-80psi. Heard the air going strong
Turned on my Hunter Panel. Manual zone for 10 minutes. No movement.

I have a feeling i have the compressor hooked to the wrong inlet.

Any help appreciated. Thanks



Thursday, December 6th 2012, 6:58pm

by heynowjerry (Guest)

Hunter System Winterizing. Need some help with hookup. HEads not coming up

First year trying to DIY my winterizing.

Rain Sensor Off
Hooked up 20gal compressor to the valve
Pressurized the system at 60-80psi. Heard the air going strong
Turned on my Hunter Panel. Manual zone for 10 minutes. No movement.

I have a feeling i have the compressor hooked to the wrong inlet.

Any help appreciated. Thanks