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Irrigation hydrotek 4000

At the base of the 4000 unit their are 4 openings 2 of which have lines coming out and going to a hydrotek 6000 and they go to the respective zones their are 12 zones each hydrotek has 6 ports or zone lines the 4000 switches between the two 6000s but at the base of the 4000 their are two ports open and every other cycle it just pours water out of the open port til that time cycle is complete the the next time it cycles on it goes to the next port in the 4000 and that goes to a line to the 6000 and is ok but after that cyle and it cuts off the next time it cycles on it pours water out of the open port so every other time the system come on it just pours water out on the ground by the units til the next cycle i tried to block them off and it builds up pressure and still didnt switch to the next zone what do i do the 3 units have all been rebuilt and they have the correct parts for the 4000 i kite and the 6ooo 2 kits so what can i do or what do i need

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