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Wire tracing, valve location help?
Have A Broken Pop-up Or Rotor?
Have A Constant Wet Spot In Your Yard?
Does Your Lawn Have Dry Areas?
Do You Need Your Controller Reprogrammed?
Are You Watering The Sidewalk More Than The Lawn?
1. Valve boxes:
Check any valve boxes in the yard.
Lift the covers and look inside, this usually will require a screwdriver to open the top. Water in the boxes can mean that the valve is leaking constantly.
Small drips, will equate to high water bills.
2. Check the backflow preventer. A box in your yard (pict to the right) encases your backflow preventer. This should not be leaking, dripping, or cracked.
3. Rain sensors
An added rain sensor will automatically shut off your sprinkler system when it rains.
If you are out of town you need not to worry about your system running.
Its sensitivity can be adjusted to compensate when it recently has rained in recent days and will trigger the sprinkler timer to shut off automatically.