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Thursday, July 18th 2013, 7:19pm

by kjaaka (Guest)

tried it

Notice the PR OFF this morning. Followed the following steps:

1. tried another outlet/checked that original outlet worked - all fine, PR OFF
2. switched fuses (though original looked fine) - PR OFF
3. shut off power to house for one minute - PR OFF
4. stewed - PR OFF
5. found this thread - PR OFF
6. removed lithium battery and fuse - PR OFF
7. put fuse back in - back to normal
8. put battery back in - still back to normal
9. much happier

Great thread all, thanks

Saturday, April 27th 2013, 4:30pm

by Djc925 (Guest)

Thank you

I had the same problem with the PR OFF error. I googled the problem and thankfully found this site. Even though the original post was from 2006, everything mentioned pertained to my problem today. I replaced the battery, fuses and it still didn't work. I read further and someone mentioned replacing the transformer (plug) and it immediately started to work. Once again, thank you for everyone's input

Saturday, September 29th 2012, 7:54pm

by mr3 (Guest)

thanks

This helped me too, thanks a *ton*. By the way it's near the top of Google results for the 'PR OFF' error code on this line of models, so given their popularity w/builders it's probably helped a lot more people than us.

Sunday, May 6th 2012, 2:21am

by mrfixit

I'm not so sure the problem is your transformer. There's could be a problem with the wiring that's causing an intermittent problem. Could be a solenoid going bad.
You need to run it manually a few times and see if the same numbered valve causes the problem.

If you still think you need a new transformer you may as well just buy a new 4 station controller. They're cheap enough.

Saturday, May 5th 2012, 4:03pm

by bisibob (Guest)

Transformer

I've read all these threads, but the bottom line is that my transformer does not supply a steady power supply. It works fine for days, then flips to PR OFF. When I plug the transformer into another plug it instantly works fine for a couple more days. I've got to believe it's the transformer and I can't find a four wire replacement for the Rainbird ESP-4TM. There's plenty of transformers for other models, but not the Model 2650650 4 wire unit.

Sunday, March 11th 2012, 11:13pm

by galante13 (Guest)

mr fixit

Followed your directions!!! WORKED EXCELLENT!!!!!!!

Friday, October 21st 2011, 1:20am

by Mitchgo

Have you verified the plug actually works and that the GFI or breaker isn't flipped?

Friday, October 21st 2011, 1:12am

by dominicanyor (Guest)

need help please

My timer swiss OR OFF and I have tried everything that many people have checked. I have change the transformer twice and still not working. Any help please???

Sunday, September 4th 2011, 11:54am

by Benson (Guest)

RE: It worked!

Thanks for posting this. Just unplugged after trying everything else and it worked. Saved me a bunch of time and money.


Same for me, I took out the fuse, took out the battery, unplugged the 'wall wart adapter.' Waited 15 seconds. I put the battery back, I put the fuse back, plugged the wall adapter back in, and viola! back to normal.

Saturday, August 20th 2011, 9:42pm

by Wet_Boots

RE: RE: PR Off in Rain Bird ESP-6TM


I have a PR Off indicator and when I replace the fuse with the transform unpluged and the unit dial in the "off" position, I can successfully change it. Then, I can turn the dial to all the settings, including all programing, and the control board appears to work perfectly. as soon as I turn the switch on AND press the manual start button, the fuse blows again. It does not matter which zone is being started first. If it was one zone, I know it was the solenoid for that zone, but it happens with EVERY zone. Any ideas what the problem is?? I do know I had an electrical storm last week and I lost my cable modem, wireless router, and phone router when lightning hit a tree in the yard. Can lightning blow EVERY solenoid??

Thanks,

RUNNING OUT OF FUSES!

And your checking of the wiring with a multimeter showed you what........