The same thing happened to me, it worked for 4 months and then he began to irrigate erratically. There is an underlying theme here .. when companies need to sell new products they make equipment malfunction through software, and then they tell you that you have to update the equipment. It already happened to me with a Parrot car stereo. They counted the support for some services and several apps stopped working. I was officially asked to update the equipment. I think that is not the case with Orbit, but can there be something to this? These timers work with other associated services, which determine their operation, like GPS for example.
Thanks a lot! Im in contact with the technical support now…
They changed mi timer once, but the problems still persist.
@Tombamm, was your problem solved?
The same is happening to me. What happens is that no one from the Orbit company is responsible for the problems of the equipment and the app. It’s a shame, they scammed us, they dumped us, the system works worse every day. It already happened to me with another company, Parrot and its Asteroid Smart, which has fewer functionalities every day, and these companies force you to buy another product and discard the one you paid for. If I’m wrong, someone please correct me.