|Brand||Hunter Industries||Rain Bird||Lawn Genie||Toro|
|Name||AC Solenoid||Solenoid Replacement Kit for 3/4 and 1 in. Irrigation Valves||Valve Cover Assembly||Jar-Top Valve Solenoid|
|Irrigation System Component||Accessory||Kit||Accessory||Solenoid|
|View Product||View Product||View Product||View Product|
We use lots of these in the spring here in California, we have installed over 30 this year replacing older style solenoids. Never had a failure or bad unit. Most of our issues are improper ground, bad connections or the actual valve has a bad or clogged seal. If your sure one is working connect it to were others are failing to make sure the failure is not the valve vs the solenoid.
It could , first check the small air valve. open it and see if the water comes on full. then close it and see if it will close it so it doesn't leak. If no progress , turn water off to valve , remove the solenoid and inspect if there is a build up of calcium at the bottom or some rust clean this up and be sure the bottom inside has everything removed and the solenoid is too cleaned . Give it a try and see if it has solved your issue, If not replace with like solenoid .
Yes the valves should interchange . Most Hunter valves use a 1" solenoid. All our local HD stores carry them in stock. If in doubt bring your old one with you to compare.
Hi. Assuming you have the correct solenoid for your valve, screwing it in all the way (clockwise) should close the valve until the solenoid is energized by the controller. You should be able to screw it in and open it 1/4 turn (counter clockwise) by hand to manually run the station, but I sometimes use pliers to grab the solenoid. If it’s always on check that: It’s the correct solenoid. The solenoid is screwed in tightly. There is no voltage to the solenoid. Possibly the valve itself needs to be rebuilt/replaced.
Answer of both question is YES.
The solenoid for the Hunter valves today is the same as it has been back to 1994. As for the repair kit, the old, gray SRV valve uses the same diaphragm as today’s newer, black PGV valve. The part number for that diaphragm is 332100. Replacing the solenoid, and then maybe the diaphragm should restore your older valve to near new condition for many more years of service! If you feel you need to change the entire valve, then that’s model number PGV-101G.
yes this should work for your Hunter SRV valve. Im not sure it will work for manual operations as the one in your picture. As for repairing a broken/ missing wire , replace if its under the epoxy potting if there is a little cord it could be spliced.
I don't know. Measure your old one, if the screwed section is 9/16" in diameter and 5/8" long, it should fit.
This needs 24 volts however the draw is only to open the valve, with no draw in the closed position.