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Bill Painter

Advanced Member

Posts: 59

Location: Phoenix Az USA

11

Monday, May 14th 2007, 2:06pm

Dont you guys just LOVE those #@$%^& glue on valves?!?!?!
YUK!!
The Irrigation Specialist Mfg' Az.
Please check my website and you'll find what I do and the unique tools I make and market.
Real timesavers, especially the Suck-Tube and Krik-It.
http://www.tismaz.com

Bill Painter

Advanced Member

Posts: 59

Location: Phoenix Az USA

12

Monday, May 14th 2007, 2:06pm

Dont you guys just LOVE those #@$%^& glue on valves?!?!?!
YUK!!
The Irrigation Specialist Mfg' Az.
Please check my website and you'll find what I do and the unique tools I make and market.
Real timesavers, especially the Suck-Tube and Krik-It.
http://www.tismaz.com

gbreiten

New Member

13

Wednesday, May 20th 2009, 7:48am

common wire connection and master wire connection

On my Irri-Trol Double Dial 12 controller which I am trying to reconnect, I do not have any wires connected to the COM or MAS connection. If I connect a wire to the COM, station #1 comes on regardless of which station the dial is turned to. Any guidance you can give on this will be appreciated.

Thank you,

Ginny

Wet_Boots

Supreme Member

Posts: 4,060

Location: Metro NYC

14

Wednesday, May 20th 2009, 2:09pm

RE: common wire connection and master wire connection

Time to get an ohm meter and use resistance measurements to help you figure out which wire is which.

Next time, you will do a better job of labeling the wires before you disconnect them.
On my Irri-Trol Double Dial 12 controller which I am trying to reconnect, I do not have any wires connected to the COM or MAS connection. If I connect a wire to the COM, station #1 comes on regardless of which station the dial is turned to. Any guidance you can give on this will be appreciated.

Thank you,

Ginny

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