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Wednesday, June 20th 2012, 8:07am

Never, ever cheat at poker.

But politics and irrigation controllers are perfectly ok.
In two other industries I worked in call centers.
We had a definite difference in skill sets for consumers/commercial.

Wet_Boots

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Location: Metro NYC

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Wednesday, June 20th 2012, 9:54am

It would be ideal if there was a page or chart that laid out operation priorities for the SMT. Every now and then I discover how one controller operation takes priority over another, fortunately in a way that never causes the homeowner any problems.

jmatt0806

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Monday, October 29th 2012, 8:49am

Similar Issues

I have the Rainbird ESP-SMT and absolutely despise it. We recently landscaped our backyard, added two new valves to the Rainbird ESP-SMT, and this thing seems to have a mind of its own.

The first 1-2 days after the backyard was landscaped, everything ran fine (about 8 minutes for grass, 15 minutes for drip system). Then, randomly sprinklers ran for 270 minutes (4.5 hours), until I noticed they were flooding the backyard, and turned them off.

Has anyone had a good experience with this timer?

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