|All valves will not turn on automatically||1. Verify program: station time, watering start times, watering days schedule, current time, current day, water budget and rain delay.
2. Check valve common wire for proper connection.
3. Check fuse or breaker if your timer has one.
4. Ensure rain sensor (if installed) is properly connected and functioning properly. If rain sensor is not installed, ensure the SENSOR SWITCH is in BYPASS position.
|Cannot program||1. Disconnect power to controller for 1 minute. Reconnect power and reprogram.
2. Install fresh 9-volt alkaline battery.
3. Verify that all start times are not in use by other programs.
|Controller skips a cycle||1. Verify watering start times, current time and watering days schedule.|
|No display||1. Check power source for tripped circuit breaker.
2. If program module has been removed, this is a normal battery-saving feature. Turn dial to any position to reactivate display.
3. Disconnect power to controller for 1 min. Reconnect power and reprogram.
4. Replace battery
5. Check fuse, replace if necessary.
|Valve stays on||1. Check station times and water budget.
2. Check for Manual mode; place dial in Run position.
3. Disconnect valve wire. If still on, valve malfunction is indicated.
4. Check for manual bleed closure at valve.
|Valve will not turn on||1. Ensure dial is not in Rain/Off position or Rain Delay mode active.
2. Verify program: station time, watering start times, watering days schedule, current time, current day and water budget.
3. Make sure common wire and valve wire are correctly connected.
4. If using a rain sensor, check sensor.
6. Check for blown fuse. Replace if necessary.
|Waters too often||1. Too many program start times set. Check each program to determine the number of start times assigned and remove as necessary.|