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SprinklerGuy

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Saturday, September 10th 2005, 3:54am

I have access to hydro rain tops...I can still buy the Hr-1 Repair kits which include the spring, the bonnet, and the diaphragm. sprinklersolutions at msn dot com
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Nicholai

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Tuesday, February 21st 2006, 2:18pm

solenoids actuate depending on electrical current, a faulty ground will make a DC current not work at all. A weak current wont allow the solenoid to disengauge from the pilot hole thus resulting in valves not actuating. Most likely your wiring was bad, but it seems like your solenoids were faulty from your posts. Id check the voltage frequently for spikes. A solenoid charges a magnetic charge to the piston to move it upwards, releasing the pressure on top of the diaphragm allowing the pressure below the diaphragm to move a high pressure, high volume of water below the diaphragm.
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SprinklerGuy

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Thursday, February 23rd 2006, 11:50am

Is this N.Tesla?

All the talk of DC and all..just curious..thought he had long passed.
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Arizona and Colorado
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Sprinkler Pro

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Thursday, April 20th 2006, 6:56am

Most likely a wiring issue, Check grounding wire, then all the wires.

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