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Here are some tips for valve repair.

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The Flow-Clik Interface Box has a System Status indicator LED that provides information on the current status of the Flow-Clik system.
 
  • RED indicates an unacceptable amount of water was flowing and the system has been shut down. (Water flow exceeded the calibrated maximum for a time period longer than the startup delay).
  • GREEN indicates power is applied to the sensor, but no flow is occurring
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The Flow-Clik monitors for a high flow condition, shutting down the system or individual zone when overflow occurs. Once the system has been shut off due to a high flow condition, the Flow-Clik turns the system back on automatically after a pre-selected amount of time has passed. By waiting out a selected amount of time allows for the system to resume watering areas that may not be affected by the “problem.”

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The high velocities that are common during initial activation of an irrigation cycle could cause the Flow-Clik to sense a “high flow” situation (primarily due to air trapped within the system) and subsequently shut down the irrigation system at the beginning of every cycle. The Flow-Clik addresses the problem by providing a programmable Startup Delay to allow the system to stabilize prior to the Flow-Clik monitoring for high flow conditions.

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Using the Flow-Clik Interface Box, the sensor is calibrated by pressing the Calibrate button while the highest flow zone is operating.  While the system is learning the flow, the System Status Indicator light will be yellow.  After a 10 second period of learning it will begin to monitor system flow.

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Wiring the Sensor to the Interface Box
 
The red and black leads from the Flow-Clik sensor are connected to the red and black leads on the Interface Box. A minimum wire size of 18-gauge wire can be used to connect the leads from the sensor to the Interface Box. Secure all wire connections with waterproof connectors.
 
WARNING! This unit is designed to be installed in conjunction with 24 VAC circuits only. Do not use with 110 or 220 VAC circuits.
 
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If you want to run separate stations (or zones) on different days, you would use 2 different programs.  Hunter controllers have multiple programs (A, b, and C) and the ability for each program to have multiple start times.  To set up each program, you would need START TIMESRUN TIMES, and WATER DAYS for each of them.

Here is an example of a program for a 4 station controller:

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Here is a list of the error codes and ways to troubleshoot them:

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If you want to run separate stations (or zones) on different days, you would use 2 different programs.  Hunter controllers have multiple programs (A, B, and C) and the ability for each program to have multiple start times.  To set up each program, you would need START TIMES, RUN TIMES, and WATER DAYS for each of them.

Here is an example of a program for a 4 station controller:

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