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|Comment||Hello Jim, Firstly thank very much for the Prompt response. My reticulation is up and running at 100%. It is working exactly as designed. Perfect. Thanks for "Tips" Jim, it's very much appreciated. To get the system to work I followed your instructions to the letter. I took the wire off the terminal at the controller for the pump start relay then with a "Fluke Multimeter" set up to test for Voltage, I checked the "Potential Difference" at the terminal of the Pump Start Relay. The reading was "0" Volts. I immediately knew the Circuit board was gone. Whilst I had the "Multimeter" in hand I also checked all the "Zones" for voltage. They all averaged in at around 26V. Down at the local Irrigation shop I managed to a upgraded RD600-R at a superb price. Half an hour later the system was running to perfection. A big thank you to ALLExperts.|
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