1. Flush all lines to the valve to clear debris before installing valve.
2. Make sure that you place your coupling nut on your coupling before gluing.
3. On plastic or fiberfill valves apply standard clear PVC cement (do NOT use blue fast-setting glue) ONLY to the outside of the pipe (not in the valve outlets) and then insert the pipe into the outlet and hold for approximately 10 to 15 seconds to keep pipe from sliding back out again. For a better hold: Turn the pipe approximately 1/4 turn after the pipe is pushed into the outlet all of the way. Do NOT hold the valve upside down while applying the cement as it may get inside the unit and hinder movement. Make sure to let the cement set for at least TWO HOURS before operating or testing the valve.
4. On runs longer than 150 feet the pipe should be at least 1 1/4″
5. The valve should be installed higher than the sprinklers and lines.
6. On unused outlet or outlets, glue an 8 to 10 inch pipe into the inactive outlet and cap it off. You may add zones to the system at a later date by connecting the pipe or pipes to the system and changing the cam.
7. Make sure the proper cam is being used and the two o-rings are in place.