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DIG Irrigation 9001EZ Hose End Timer won't start on its own.

I have pushed the start button without the battery to "clear" any memory. I've changed battery twice. There is no water in battery compartment. I start device right after I insert battery. It will time duration perfectly, but will not start on its own. Worked fine last year (new last year). Was kept indoors for the winter.

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  • Jack Reid Jul 29, 2013

    If I manually start the timer, it will run for the specified time and shut off, but I must always start it manually. It won't start on it's own. See comments above.

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