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Saturday, February 23rd 2013, 11:12pm

by Central Irrigation

Check out a product called "The Doubler" or "Add a Zone.

Saturday, February 23rd 2013, 8:27pm

by Bfishel

Connecting multiple valves to one station

I am attempting to combine multiple automatic sprinkler valves to one station as I have more valves than I have sprinkler wires to the timer. A single valve functions fine, but once I combine more than one value on the same wire (sation) none of the valves will function. Is their a way to do this? It is too far to run additional lines to the timer and my landscape is mature and I do not want to dig up for an additional line. What other options do I have?