Hose timer is not working: Hose timers tend to fall into two categories, either they work or they don’t. Always make sure you have good batteries installed. Be sure to read your timers instructions and thoroughly check the timers program for any missing information. Manual activate your timer to verify the internal mechanism is working properly. To test for automatic operations, set a start time for several minutes from the current time and observe.
No water from drip emitters, soaker hose dripline, sprayers or bubblers: Verify that you have water to your drip system. Be sure that proper filtration is installed and that all drip lines have been periodically flushed. Check to see if any flow control valves have been shut off or if any drip lines are cracked or broken. Make sure all end caps are installed and tight.
Drip emitters and sprayers have uneven or little flow at the end of the dripline: Verify that you haven’t exceeded the dripline maximum flow rate of 240 gph. Remove any excess or unused drip emitters or install lower flow emitters. Turn down any adjustable sprayers and bubblers. Making small adjustments to your system can help with solving this problem.