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Rain Bird DV, DVF, ASVF, JTV, & JTVF Replacement Solenoid | 208588-01

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The Rain Bird 208588-01 is the Replacement Solenoid Kit for all Rain Bird DV, DVF, ASVF, JTV Series Valves. Kit includes solenoid, solenoid o-ring and solenoid filter.

Rain Bird has an inexpensive kit for many minor repair jobs. The Rain Bird solenoid can easily be replaced in the valve as needed. It is a quick project, and there is no need to purchase any specific tools to accomplish the task.

We carry the authentic Rain Bird solenoid so that you can be assured of a perfect fit. Sprinkler Warehouse has all the replacement parts that you will need for your Hunter, Toro and Rain Bird irrigation systems as well as parts for many other brands. The benefits of buying the products from us include:

  • Easy installation
  • Requires no special tools
  • The Rain Bird solenoid is for commercial and residential use
  • It is energy efficient

If you need anything at all for your sprinkler system, our selection is vast, and our prices are always right. We have the lowest prices on the market.

Rain Bird
Product Type:
Replacement Solenoid
Valve Compatibility:
Rain Bird ASVF, Rain Bird DV, Rain Bird DVF, Rain Bird JTV, 3/4", 1"
Valve Repair Size:
3/4" - 1"
Valve Compatibility:
Rain Bird DV|Rain Bird DVF|Rain Bird ASVF|Rain Bird JTV
Replacement Solenoid
4.9 / 5.0
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solenoid experience
They work great. The only issue that I had was the installation procedure. After installng two I found that they leaked and I was hoping that I didn't install them to tightly. It wasn't until I replaced the diaphragms did notice that the solenoid needs to be pushed down into the valve then tighten. After following that installing procedure the six solenoids installed soworked great
June 23, 2017
over 3 years ago
Worked as anticipated after speaking to your technical support
September 17, 2020
3 weeks ago
My New Spare
I had to use my spare (works perfectly), so I purchased this one as my new spare if/when another one (I have twelve zones) fails, so I can't really rate this until I have to use it - I assume/hope it will work just fine.
May 19, 2020
5 months ago
Replacement Solenoid
The replacement solenoid was exactly what I needed, and was shipped and received with no problems.
June 20, 2018
over 2 years ago
Original replacement no problems. fast delivery good prices.
August 3, 2018
over 2 years ago
DVF Solenoid Valve
Order was received very quickly! Worked great! Sprinkler Warehouse is always my first stop for irrigation supplies!
August 31, 2017
over 3 years ago
Solenoid valve
Product was of good quality with clear instructions. Good value & very pleased with breadth of available components and service.
September 9, 2020
1 month ago
Ordered solenoids and model 5000 rainbird sprinklers, service fast and accurate , great price
April 8, 2020
6 months ago
Just what I wanted.
Got what I needed, and installed the solenoid, works just like it is supposed to. Thanks.
July 24, 2018
over 2 years ago
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E L on Aug 18, 2018
Needed to fix sprinkler system.
GALEN B on Jul 1, 2018
E L on Aug 18, 2018
Replace existing part.
James M on Jul 14, 2018
Needed to fix sprinkler system.
GALEN B on Jul 1, 2018
Inexpensive repair parts for existing sprinkler system components.
B E on May 14, 2018
For future spare parts
Carmino Z on Apr 22, 2018
mine no worky
Susan V on Apr 21, 2018
P C on Oct 24, 2017
Solenoids don't last forever, perhaps 3 to 5 years at most. Easy to replace.
Aloha Sprinklers on Oct 15, 2017
Replacement for DVF valve. Did not realize it would not work with Toro battery control.
W A on Aug 29, 2017
needed a replacement part
Carl H on Jul 31, 2017
to have on hand for repairs
L W on May 18, 2017
Wires on current solenoid pulled off
H A on May 18, 2017
trying to fix my always broken sprinkler system!
greg o on Apr 18, 2017
Wrong Choice and need to return items
Greg D on Apr 5, 2017
A spare in case part malfunctioned.
Ronald J on Mar 23, 2017
great product trouble free
Larry A on Mar 1, 2017
Excellent repair parts
George D on Jan 11, 2017
Dave M on Jun 28, 2012
old one failed - too typical
Roy P on Jun 28, 2012
Replace existing part.
James M on Jul 14, 2018
Inexpensive repair parts for existing sprinkler system components.
B E on May 14, 2018
I have the rain bird old style solenoid with the round top. The hexagon will not fit Do you have the old ones?
karen on Mar 7, 2016
My sprinkler system was installed in May of 2011 (2 years ago). The valves installed are Rainbird DVS100. A solenoid went out on one of the valves. I purchased this replacement solenoid (208588-01) but it looks different than my current one. current one has a plunger with a spring that falls out when I remove it from the valve. The replacement doesn't have this. Are they the same and I'm missing something? Have not tried to install yet. Just purchased and will give it a try when I get home. I'm worried that it won't work.
Doug M on Jun 7, 2013
BEST ANSWER: They no longer carried the DVS100 valve at the irrigation dealer. This leads me to look online for an answer. Will the inside parts of DVFSS Valve replace the inside parts of the DVS100 Valve? If so, I could purchase that valve. If not, may have to purchase online if the DVS100 Valve is available.
is this compatible with DV-100 system
A shopper on Feb 18, 2011
BEST ANSWER: According to the Rainbird site, the DV-75 and DV-100 valves are externally the same and will screw into the hole with no the problem. The difference is the external diameter of your PVC pipe carrying the water to the sprinkler heads. The DV-75 is for a 3/4" pipe and the DV-100 is for a 1" pipe. I assume that each pipe diameter requires a solenoid with a different plunger size or opening amount. Bottom line: check the diameter of your pipe.
does the solenoid unscrew on jtv valve I need to replace it ?
A shopper on Aug 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The solenoid is threaded and screws on to the valve
I have a 100 DV-F. This doesn't have the turn handle at the top. Will it still work?
A shopper on Apr 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely! Make sure you don't over tighten when installing for the threads are plastic. You also can remove the handle from one of the other solenoid and use that when installing!
my rain bird system was installed years ago, but now my pro-c clock goes to ERR when it goes to zone 2.... I have checked the wires on the clock and at the manifold and all seem fine. I can manually turn on zone 2 by giving the solenoid a quarter turn. the only thing I can figure is that it is the solenoid. help please, am I close ?????
bobby on Jul 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Bobby, this could be an open circut in the solenoid itself, or a direct short, the way to tell is to remove both wires, then set your multimeter on OHMS and check between the two wires. If the reading is about .05 to .02 ohms of resistance, its ok and you have a broken wire some where between the control box and that solenoid. If you get a reading of 0.00, that is a direct short- replace the solenoid. If you get no reading at all, that is an open circut- replace solenoid. Hope this helps, Phil
A shopper on Apr 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes. You will then turn the wate back on and activate that zone to adjust the open/closed activation. This is done by tightening or loosening the selinoid into its threads of the valve. So don’t screw it in super tight when installing it
Is this a 3/4", 24volt solenoid?
Bob D on Jul 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this is a 24 volt solenoid. And yes it will fit 3/4" valves. It fits actually both the 3/4" and 1" DV units. Also DVF, ASV and JTV valves, all us the same solenoid.
I have a CP-100older (2005) Rain Bird Sprinkler valve. The solenoid froze and broke. Do they make a replacement solenoid for THAT model valve or do I have to replace the entire valve with the newer version?
Marlene W on Apr 23, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I have 1" Rain Bird valves that were installed new in 2001. The Rain Bird 208588-01 Replacement Solenoid seemed to be an exact replacement. May I add, regarding your problem, there is nothing in the solenoid part of the valve that can freeze and break. If the solenoid is properly installed and you have leaks then you will have to replace the valve. The solenoid that I replaced would not operate because the windings inside were shorted as indicated by an ohmeter. There was no physical damage apparent on the outside.
what do the solenoid wires hook onto?
Don P on Apr 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The wires from the solenoid go to the common wire usually white and the control wire from the sprinkler control panel usually colored (red, green, blue, ect.).

The link below will have a picture at the bottom of the page of how the solenoid is wired up
How do you tell the type of solenoid? I can only find 100 dv and I want to be sure I am buying the right one.
A shopper on May 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If you have the old one, compare it to the picture at the Sprinkler Warehouse website. If the two look identical, chances are very good that the new solenoid will work. I've found that most of the newer Rainbird valves use the same solenoid. If the solenoid has the right threads, construction, and wiring, you should be good to go.
What is the correct resistance reading for a good solenoid on an ohmmeter? If it reads open line is it defetive?
Ted G on May 28, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Open circuit (an extremely high resistance, say in the thousands of ohms region) or short circuit (zero or near zero resistance) always indicates a faulty solenoid. Around fifty ohms is good. Manufacturing tolerances mean that the coils will vary slightly in resistance from sample to sample, the small variation is normal.
my system was installed in 1993. valves are dv or cp 100. i need a solenoid,my solenoid does not have an o-ring. the only replacement solenoid i can find has an o-ring. will this solenoid work?
wes w on Jun 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: "o" ring stops the water leak from the valve body . so all the valve have this "O" ring. On yours it is most likely stuck on bottom half of the body and did not unscrew with the solenoid or got left out when this valve/ solenoid was installed.
I have a valve that looks like this one that needs replacing as it runs all the time. My guess is that it is about 10 to 12 years old, however unless I take it off I'm not sure this is the one. How do I identify it for sure?
A shopper on Jun 28, 2012
I checked mine with a ohm meter, It was only slightly different from the new one but obviously bad. Also i hooked the supposedly bad one directly to the power source ....did not vibrate or click like the new one did. Hope this helps.
What is the the model number on the DC solenoid vs the AC version?
WoodMan on May 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Searching under latching solemoids, found it here:

I want to know if the threaded portion of the vale is 7/8" os??
jeff k on Jun 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have no idea, but you would think that the manufacturer ( I.e. Rain bird) would know what they build and could help you.
Does this solenoid have course threads? If not, when ones do?
John G on Jun 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Fine threads...
What is the voltage output supposed to be from the solenoid? I have 25v from timer box and 13 from solenoid.
C N on Oct 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: not sure what you mean when you say "output FROM the soleniod", there is NO output FROM a solenoid, only TO a solenoid. A working solenoid should have about .20ohms of resistance across the coil, if it doesn't, it is probably shorted and needs replaced.
May I request some assistance please?
I have a Rainbird DV 100 irrigation control valve which does not shut off properly, so that I have continuous leakage from one bank of sprinklers. There is no water leakage from the valve body, around the joint of the body and the cover, or at the solenoid entry into the cover. I have had the valve apart, no foreign bodies present, the diaphragm and spring appear to be in good condition. I removed and inspected the solenoid valve, again no visible problems, no blocked filter. I measured the coil resistance using a digital multimeter, it was 55.6 ohms. Applying 24 volts to the coil produced an audible "click". After reassembly the valve still does not shut off. I'm assuming that my only course of action is to replace the solenoid, but I would appreciate a knowledgeable second opinion. Thank you.
Keith S on Jun 27, 2012
BEST ANSWER: What is the size of the threaded port on this solenoid? I think this is the correct one but I am not positive without this size dimension.
will this fit a cp 100 ?
A shopper on Nov 22, 2018
will this replace a signature 7962 solenoid which is out of stock?
Stuart S on Jul 9, 2018
What is the replacement solenoid for Rain Bird HV-NPT?
John C on Aug 20, 2014
Do you sell O-rings for this solenoid?
Ken R on Apr 22, 2014
I think this is what I need to replace the one that i have which is 12 years old. mine has a shorter top and the bottom is a small circle with a green part in the extension hole?
lisa k on Jun 6, 2013

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