Battery Operated Analog Electronic Water Timer R675CT
It clicks but does not stop water flow
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Replace the battery
How to Identify and Fix Common Gardening Problems ?
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The Reason why a Controller Repeats a Cycle Over and Over
The answer is usually there are too many programmed start times — program start times are being confused with zone (station) run times. Some controllers have up to eight start times per day to a single program (e.g. A).
A common reason why a program is repeating is that you have a second start time set. The start times control the exact time your ESP-Me timer will begin to water and they also control how many times a day your timer will water. The ESP-Me allows you to set up to 6 start times per program.
Using a battery water timer is quick and simple. Usually it fits straight onto a standard garden tap, and the batteries will last for up to 9 months, plenty long enough for an entire season of watering.
This can be caused by the washer located in the inlet of the device. First, ensure that the filter is clean. Simply remove the filter and run it under cold water to clean it out.
Check the Main Shut-Off Valve
If you shut the valve off and the sprinklers are still going, that means your valve is faulty. There could be debris in the valve, or it may not be closing properly. You`ll need to replace it.
The most common cause of a stuck sprinkler head is dirt and debris. If dirt, rocks, leaves, or grass gets caught between a sprinkler body and the sprinkler riser, it can clog up the works and stop the riser from sliding back into the body. Resulting in a sprinkler head that won`t go down.
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Mower won’t turn over. It’s not the fuse. Also it was running good when it shut down.
You can jump it with your car to eliminate the battery, if it is not the battery then you might want to pull back on the lever that engages the blades, it start then . Good Luck Tim
MY 1850 PSI POWER WASHER WON’T START UP. As fast as the motor started, it shut down. And there is still power. What is the problem?
Probably a clogged carb from sitting all winter with fuel it it.
Have a cub cadet GT 1554. When I engage the pto, it shuts the engine down. Could pto need replacing?
Probably spindles bad, or something wrapped around blades or belt
Garden tractor engine shuts off
Sounds like the operator present seat switch is not working. You can run the motor out of the seat, but not with the blades engaged. You didn’t list what model, but usually hte seat switch is connected to the negative side of the battery, and grounds out the magneto, so you can’t test it to ground. Put your tester on 12+ battery, and then to both sides of the seat switch. There is usually 4 terminals on seat switch. Some moodels have grey wires for the mageneto circuit, you can tell by whatever color also goes to the clutch switch too.
My pressure washer will start for a second and then shuts down. I just bought it from a friend and don,t think the springs to the govner are right but not sure.would like a skicamitc of the engine or manual so i can see if they are right
When you start your engine open wand trigger this will probably allow you to get the engine warmed up and I think it’ll work for you it used to work for us .
ENGINE SHUTS OFF WHEN CLUTCH/BRAKE IS RELEASE OR WHEN BLADE IS ENGAGED
Your seat safety switch is bad or broken. Check the wire connecting to the switch and make sure they have not rubbed through anywhere.
Disconnect the switch and try running the mower again. If the switch is bad the mower will continue to run.
Let me know.
It seems that when the chainsaw gets hot, it shuts down and will not start?
Taking a wild guess at this problem,but you are probably using gas that has ethanol in it
gas with ethanol will burn up a small motor
try using non ethanol gas and see if that fixes problem
Why my engine doesn’t shut off?
You may have high carbon buildup in your piston/cylinder. The engine may fire via a DIESEL ignition. That is, as the fuel compresses in the compression stroke, it ignites just from the residual heat in the hot carbon in the combustion chamber (like an old 1970s car). Try a higher octane fuel (up to 92 or 93). Higher octane resists combustion until the soarkplug fires.