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  1. I've got the same problem with mine. It seems to work a bit when I put fresh batteries in it.
  2. It could be the capacitors or the insulation on the cable, it can be tested with a multimeter just check continuity between the wires and earth. If you pull up the borehole you need at least 2 people. If you take the pump in to be tested take the cable as well. good luck
  3. I agree Typically the prices are around R15000 for the 200L and R13000 for the 150L I had an evacuated system in my house and my electricity went from 14 KWH to 7 KWH per day (Edited by Moderator)
  4. It must of been the common wire I had the same issue ,stolen street wire
  5. I have bought a few batteries from them,if I remember the guys name is Graham . Good price and service, he might also be able to give you some nickel wire.
  6. what do lead carbon batteries do for lead acid .some of the specs are impressive
  7. Hi Gerrie I also had that problem in my house. It turned out that the municipal common wire was stolen from the power lines outside. I would be concerned that you are leaking electricity into the ground somewhere.(I hope this makes sense)
  8. Try Sanitary centre circulating pump 12v R765.90 excl panel 10 W R465.40excl.
  9. Corne in my many years installing irrigation systems I have not seen a Hunter irrigation controller that has a time delay between the zones. The only one I came across was a Nelson brand that they sold years ago. You might think there is a delay but its just the pipes being pressurized
  10. Can't you just feel if the tubes are hot or cold when the sun is out
  11. do all the Microcare MPPTs have a wind mode or is this custom
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