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We bought automomstic 2 outlet water timer but on,y want to set one zone. Other one doesn’t have hose attached to it. How do I do that

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I had a similar unit. The solution is in the programming. Read instructions carefully

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SOURCE: water is coming from outlet to heater core area. I

the 90 degree elbow is a drain hose, and it sounds like the heater core is clogged or has gone bad. Is the water draining on the inside of the truck too? check your floor board carpet under the dash.

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Not a solution... seems like it is blocked, mine freeflows at least a little water when you turn on the hose (engin off)... Did it get a big slug of dirt from the hose of fawcett? .... puzzzling....

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Posted on Jun 09, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a 2 zone

you could have a short in the lines that lead to the manifold and its not opening the valves which is causing feedback to the timer, usually the neutral wire since it hooks to all the solenoids at the manifold set up, since the timer wants to send out the signal,, it finally shuts down , but in the mean time is using up all the battery backup , go to the manifolds, and check the wires there, it may even help if you uncap them, trim off the bad sections, and rehook them up.

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SOURCE: How to set time on Yardworks two zone water timer

Copy following link to access manuals for each brand of water timer on market 2013:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#sprinkler
Yardworks does not have website, manuals or warranty claim procedure.
Instead, yardworks repackages other brands of timer, generally water timers, such as orbit or melnor and raindrip. And sometimes repackages other brands of outdoor timers.
Recommend folks stay away from timer-repackagers such as Yardworks, Timex, First Alert, and buy brand names that have clear customer resources.

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