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Tuesday, March 12th 2013, 11:42am

by Wet_Boots

There is a sensitivity adjustment on the side of the mini-clik. It comes from the factory set for 1/8-inch, and a pro might change that to the 1/4-inch setting. It is certainly possible for the fiber discs to lose their ability to fully swell up when wet, which is why replacements can be had.

Tuesday, March 12th 2013, 10:47am

by Island Sprinklers

Hunter Mini-Click Rain Sensor Troubleshooting

I have a question about a Hunter Mini-Click Rain Sensor. It shuts the stations off when I operate it manually (pressing down on the post/trigger), but when I ran it the other day during a good rainstorm (at least 1/2" of water) it didn't shut off the stations. The wiring is sound and connected properly. Its hooked up to an ESP-4 from 2004. I have the sensor set for 1/2" rainfall. When I tested it, the corks were allready saturated from a weekend of rain. I can't find any kind of date on the Mini-Click to see when it was manufactured. I was told it is 7 years old. I'm going to swap it out with a new one, but in the meantime maybe I can get some advice from someone that has the fieldtime.
Thanks,
Lito :D
Island Sprinklers (Oahu, Hawaii)