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Follow the directions closely. You must start out with 'date' and 'time'. Then move on to the zone programs. Follow the directions to the 'T'

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Usually there is a way to cycle through programming.... by repeatedly pressing program button...
Hardwired timers usually have reset button.
Some battery-operated timers can be reset by removing battery

Add comment and attach photo of timer and include model number

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Okay, then you answered your own question. I like it! However, did you test the wire to see if it will start a different valve and vise versa?

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You should be able to put two valves on one station. If it is too much for the timer either a fuse or a "virtual fuse" on the circuit will fail. Just turn the unit OFF, separate the two valves and turn unit back ON to reset "virtual fuse".
I am an irrigation contractor and we have many timers with doubled zones.

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I need a Rain Bird manula for ESP Modular Controller. I don't want to download it. I want it in a manual for my rental.


Try contacting Rain Bird directly here, to request a copy of the manual via mail:

Rain Bird Online Store
6991 East Southpoint
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Disconnect all zone wires and see if timer blows fuses. If not, one of the zone valves is drawing too much amperage.

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Our rain bird was off and i changed the battery. I tried to turn it on manually and it says, no ac?


The battery only holds the program in the memory. The No AC message tells you that the AC power that is supposed to operate the valves is not getting to the control unit. Someplace there is a power cord with a transformer that is taking the house current at 120V and powering the unit. Something has been disconnected or a circuit breaker is tripped. If there is an outside socket with a GFI in it, try resetting it.
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All you have to do is set the program 'A B' switch to the 'A' position. The program that you have set for A will run only. B is not active.

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We have a RC-1260Bi Rain Bird Timer. It is advancing automatically in the zone but not from zone to zone. Any idea?


Check programming for each zone. Be sure each zone has time on it.

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