Electric Valves are used to create zones in your sprinkler system. We stock new valves and have replacement parts for your existing system.
Tip: Before replacing a valve that is not working, run your system and see if you can touch the wires of another valve to the wires that are on at the controller. If the other valve turns on you know the issue is in the valve. You can also try to disconnect the solonoid where the wires go into the valve and connect it to another valve. If the valve turns on with the solonoid of another valve the issue is in the solonoid.
Another Tip: If water is running constantly, there may be dirt or debris in the valve. Unscrew the valve and flush it out. The smallest amount of sand can cause a valve to stick open. Keeping a clean valve box area will be really important when exposing the inside of the valve to the elements.
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