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Friday, June 4th 2010, 7:49pm

by mrfixit

Elimate the controller as being the culprit. Disconnect the wire/s from the controller or simply unplug it.

Ok the valves still don't shut off. So the problem is at the valves themselves. Find the valves then determine what the problem is.

Bad diaphragm. Hole in it or it fell apart.

Seat washer came off.

Plunger's stuck open.

Debris in the valve.

Flow control's open too far.

Friday, June 4th 2010, 4:35pm

by mcsinkus (Guest)

not sure

two zones will stay on will not go off unless i turn the water off.cannot check the other two zoneas because of the first two zones staying on. :(