If your Hunter SRC controller’s display reverts back to the current time after trying to manually activate stations, it has more than likely undergone a power surge or is experiencing a technical anomaly. Most likely this controller will need to be replaced. The internal memory can sometimes be restored through a simple reset procedure, however, if the reset procedure does not restore factory settings then the controller would need to be replaced.
SRC Reset Procedure:
1. Make sure the dial is in the Run position.
2. Remove all power (unplug transformer and remove battery) and wait at least 1 minute.
3. Press and hold down the , , and buttons.
4. Restore power to the controller. *
5. Release the , , and buttons.
A successful reset will result in a 12:00 am time displayed.
If your SRC controller needs to be replaced, the Hunter X-Core 6 station controller would be a good replacement. The XC600i is the indoor model of the X-Core controller. The Hunter X-Core Controller programming is very similar to the SRC.
If your SRC controller is a 9 station model, and you are using all 9 stations, the Pro-C Controller would be the replacement. The Hunter PCC-900i is the indoor model of the Pro-C 9 zone controller.
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