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Sunday, January 14th 2018, 11:16am

by Wet_Boots

Check the controller wiring to make certain that the wet zone isn't wired to the Master Valve.

Saturday, January 13th 2018, 7:08pm

by CommunityGarden

Garden bed saturated

I have a Toro TMC-212 irrigation system installed at the Community Garden where I volunteer. There are 12 beds paired making 6 outlets for the unit to irrigate. However, it seems as though 1 of the paired beds is getting irrigated whenever any of the other 5 paired beds are watered, hence these 2 beds are totally saturated.
The system was put in before I had anything to do with the Gardens and I have no idea if I am even correct with my diagnosis. I have had the wettest of the 2 beds dug out, in case there was a leak from the piping and that was not the problem.
Has anybody got any ideas and any ideas on how I can fix this ?

All help and ideas would be very appreciated.