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Saturday, July 26th 2014, 5:16pm

by Wet_Boots

Sounds like you need more work on the zone valves. Some systems reach a point where valves will fail one after another (almost always due to bad diaphragms)

Saturday, July 26th 2014, 6:35am

by Augy123

Water running when system is off and no zones pop up to spray when turned on.

We recently moved into a home with an irrigation system with 11 zones. We had a service come out and get everthing turned up (after winter) and make sure all was in working order. They did replace a valve and/or solenoid but otherwise everything looked good and we've been running it for the past few months. The other day I noticed the water pressure in the shower was low. Upon investigation I could hear water running through the irrigation supply line even though the system was off (it had finished its cycle earlier that morning).

If I turn on the water supply and try to run a zone (any zone), it won't work...the pump runs but no sprinkler heads pop up. If I just leave the water supply on but don't run a zone, there are a couple of zones that dribble water. This makes me suspect there is a valve not shutting. I don't know why, though, several zones would leak and not just one single zone if they all have their own valve. Can anyone shed some light on this?