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Toro TMC-212-ID Sprinkler Timer

by Toro

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  • 4 Station Timer Expandable to 12 Stations
  • • Three fully independent programs with four start times per
  • Automatic Short Detection
  • Hot-swappable station modules
  • Requires no batteries and holds programming for up to five years.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • ASIN: B003YB2GIG
  • Item model number: TMC212-ID
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,137 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

A sprinkler timer is an electronic device which can be attached to any particular type of sprinkler system. They work by being pre-set to a specific time to switch on and off and water the gardens for specific timing intervals. The sprinkler timer is also used to control the water pressure in which the sprinkler sets off.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David Flory on March 15, 2013
This Toro was installed and purchased from a professional sprinkler system company as part of a complete system for my home on 15 acres (two acres have been covered already by a 14 year old Rain Bird unit with no problems). For some reason they installed this one Toro controller and three Rain Bird controllers to cover the remaining acres. Within a year the power supply transformer failed on the Toro unit. When I called the warranty help line, a young girl said I would have to take the unit to a Toro repair facility. I told her that I know what part failed (the transformer). She then said I needed to purchase that part from a Toro repair facility. I then asked her why I needed to purchase this part when their is a 3 year warranty from Toro. She said it was up to me to mention that the unit is under warranty, and she would transfer me to a level two person that would help me. The transfer immediately went to a voice mail recording. I left two phone numbers for Toro to call me. With no returned calls a week later I called again and had to leave a voice mail again. Over two weeks later I did not hear a peep from Toro. This section of my yard is burning up in this Texas heat. My time is not worth chasing down poor service companies, so I just trashed the Toro unit and bought a dependable Rain Bird unit.

I've never had any problems with the Rain Bird units (I have one Rain Bird unit that is 14 years old and still works like new without ever needing a repair). I have called Rain Bird several times for advice on how to program the units and adjust sprinkler heads. Their customer support is excellent. Toro customer service is poor, their warranty is not worth the paper it is written on, and their unit failed within a year. I guess I've been spoiled with the excellent service from Rain Bird! Also the Rain Bird units, for me at least, are easier to program.
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