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Saturday, July 28th 2012, 3:40pm

by briank (Guest)

rain dial repair

raindialdoctor.com has some helpful tips on testing the transformer and other troubleshooting tips; you can check it out here: raindialdoctor.com

Saturday, May 21st 2005, 3:46am

by Wet_Boots

Label the wires. Get a VOM at Radio Shack, or borrow one, and measure resistance between the wires. Make a chart of all the combinations. One wire, and one wire only, should have a similar resistance to the others. That one wire will be the common. The others will be individual zones.

Friday, May 20th 2005, 6:14pm

by TheCure250

Rain Dial installation

I recently moved into a rental home and found the sprinkler controller had been removed by the previous tenant. All the wiring is exactly the same (red) and very heavy gauge. My landlord has no idea on how to fix, but will reduce my rent if I can. Can anyone tell me how to fix? Is there a way to fix? [V]