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Wednesday, June 6th 2012, 6:47pm

by hi.todd

Try to reset the controller, unplug it.

Take out the fuse.

Take out any back up battery.

Wait 5 minutes.

Put it all back together and if that worked great!!

If not, time for a new controller.

Good Luck :thumbsup:

Wednesday, June 6th 2012, 6:20pm

by p_montana

Model ESP 6si

Experienced a power outage in our area the other day. Electricity was out for approx hours. All sprinkler heads work with no irregularities. I had to reset the Controller. The time of day is inputed correctly, just Program "A" has been selected with a singular watering time, the slide is set for fixed at number 2 (every other day) and the watering station times were set and reflect correctly when the selection dial is placed on each individual station. THE PROBLEM--all though Stations vary from 7 to 15 minutes watering time, when the selector is placed on auto to begin watering, the LCD reflects either 2 minutes or 1 minute for each station. Unable to remove these two default times. Any suggestions would be appreciated.