Guide - How Boomerang Pull Cords Work Now

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Quick outline (with no illustrations) of how pull cords work after Boomerang software version ZB1.04, compared to how they used to work before.

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1. Pull Cord Cheat Sheet (ZB1.04 and Later) Contents: 1) How to Ship 2) How to W ater 1 - Pull Shipping cord to start moving 2 - Pull Programming cord and hold to slow down. Ho ld longer to slow down more. 3 - Release Programming cord and pull and hold agai n to speed up. Hold longer to speed up more 4 - Pull Shipping cord to stop moving 5 - The boomerang will stop on its own at home 1) How to Ship 2) How to Water F r o m A n y w he r e E ls e : - Pull the Programming Cord once to start moving - Pull and hold Programming cord in betwee n hooks to slow down / speed up - Pull and hold Programming cord just befo re a hook to set water time for that layer - Pull Shipping cord to stop - Otherwise, the Boomerang should stop at home F r o m H o me : 1 - Test Phase - Pull Programming Cord to test valves (al l valves start pulsing) - Pull and hold Shipping Cord to set purge time - Do not pull Shipping Cord if you don't w ant any purge/ don't want to change purge 2 - Water Phase - From Test Phase, pull the Programming Co rd once to start moving - Pull and hold Programming cord in betwee n hooks to slow down / speed up - Pull and hold Programming cord just befo re a hook to set water time for that layer - Pull Shipping cord to stop - Otherwise the Boomerang should stop at h ome.

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