I just had wiring replaced on my valves. I got them to run just once using
manual setting. Now, I am getting an SEn display and I can't even use the manual
setting. I just replaced the battery. Where do I go from here?
On Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 6:44:07 PM UTC-4, sam wrote:
I looked at the manual real quick. I don't see any display msg
or error msg that is SEn. Did you try removing both battery and
line power for a minute, then reapplying? There is also a reset
procedure in the manual to put it back to factory defaults. Does
it allow you to set the time/day at least? I guess next on my list
would be to disconnect the valve wiring and see if the display and
other behavior goes back to normal.
I found this:
7. The timer LCD window displays a flashing fault code SEN or FUS.
It doesn't say more than that, but googling "irritrol blinking sen"
produces some other hits too.
Does it have a rainsensor wired/wireless that the "sen" may be
SEN error code is related to rain sensor(which supposes to shut off
sprinkling when raining). By pushing + or - button it'll disable the
display for 2 mins. Not every model has SEN error code. Time to check
state of rain senssor wheter is is enabled or disabled. Hope this helps.
Go from here? Wait a minute, go back to start. Be logical you are asking
questions only you can understnd. We can't understand what you are
talking about? Trouble-shooting anything is logical process. Be logical.
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