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Toro FLO-PRO Replacement Solenoid | 89-0114

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Brand:
Toro
Weight:
0.2000
Valve Compatibility:
Toro FLO-PRO
Valve Compatibility:
Toro FLO-PRO
Type:
Replacement Solenoid
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Right part, great service and fair pricing—Sprinkler Warehouse is place to go for all your irrigation needs!
September 11, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
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I only had one bad one but replaced all 4 zone valve guts to be safe. Fixed the well pump problem of randomly turning on due to pressure loss. Great product!!!!
July 1, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Excellent
The solenoid fit perfectly and solved my sprinkler problem for that zone.
July 12, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
A little pricy but it got my old Toro jar top valve working.
October 14, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Great item but questionable value.
Fine item, but overpriced like anything made by Toro.
April 17, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
No problems
Right part, quick service, all is good, I do miss the free t-shirt though! Maybe next time.
July 2, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
It works!
Coming from a person who breaks things more while trying to fix them, I am excited that this part worked as expected. My hardest job was trying to find the correct replacement for an old system. I am very pleased.
September 18, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
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I have the old TORO Flo Pro valves and my system is 20+ years old. Just needed new solenoids and diaphragms on some of the valves. Sprinkler warehouse had what I needed and at a great price. Arrived quickly. Easy to replace and are working perfectly. Ordered extras for other valves. I would recommend Sprinkler warehouse for price and fast service.
July 5, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Great replacement
Works well and was shipped fast. Will buy again. Was as advertised.
June 18, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Toro Flo-Pro Selenooid
This part was for an old style valve and the part is nor readily available. Sprinkler Warehouse had it in stock and the part was delivered quickly and worked well.
June 4, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
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OEM parts
M A on Feb 3, 2019
value and convenience
Rodney N on Dec 16, 2018
OEM parts
M A on Feb 3, 2019
The shipment fee is way too expensive for 2-7 days shipment method
Z Y on Jan 28, 2019
value and convenience
Rodney N on Dec 16, 2018
The Price
R O on Oct 12, 2018
Replacement for 90's era toro t-top solenoid with coarse threads
B E on Sep 15, 2018
your detail seemed to match what I needed. Would like to have seen more info
T S on Sep 2, 2018
I needed it
W S on Aug 31, 2018
It’s the right part I need.
S R on Aug 21, 2018
Home Depot online has wrong equipment for Flo-Pro replacements.
Tom A on Aug 15, 2018
I'm glad these exist. Easier than digging them up.
R I on Jul 1, 2018
Um, because I needed it
John W on Jun 29, 2018
I use toro products and your company is easy to do business with.
W I on Jun 25, 2018
Dearborn library
J K on Jun 25, 2018
replacement part.
Benjamin F on Jun 20, 2018
STRANGE. THE SOLENOID IS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN THE COMPLETE NEW MANIFOLD VALVE INCLUDING THE SOLENOID. HOPE IT RESOLVES THE PROBLEM.
D E on Jun 14, 2018
just needed on TORO replacement part. Hopefully this is the one that fits.
G R on Jun 11, 2018
couldn't find it where I live
M K on Jun 9, 2018
fits my existing system.
M J on Jun 4, 2018
price
J M on May 29, 2018
old clip it ones died
J O on May 21, 2018
Replacement for old malfunctioning valve
Steve O on May 11, 2018
Very difficult to find a supplier for this part and the price was great
Scott on May 11, 2018
Replacement in kind
John G B on Apr 3, 2018
Wanted to have a spare solenoid. These last a long time but not forever.
Steve D on Nov 26, 2017
I have a Flo Pro Valve 3/4 AV? 195 150 PSI STD1001 299 05 03 that needs these parts
D J on Oct 4, 2017
My solenoid is broken
P B on Sep 25, 2017
to replace an old Solenoid that broke. Hoping it works.
S E on Sep 12, 2017
I own a very old Toro system and the solenoids are sticking
Alan T on Aug 17, 2017
broken valve needs to be replaced
D A on Aug 16, 2017
Only ones who had it
S U on Aug 11, 2017
I have purchased this item before from Sprinkler Warehouse. It has worked well for me, and Sprinkler Warehouse shipped it to me quickly.
Mike B on Jul 30, 2017
I need them!
J G on Jul 29, 2017
I have a Toro Flo Pro valve with a solenoid with broken wire
P A on Jul 9, 2017
Replace old T style Toro Flo Pro solenoid with severed wire.
M A on Jun 22, 2017
Good pictures and explanation, easy to order and great service
D D on Jun 21, 2017
I have a 20 year old sprinkler system that needed some new diaphragms and solenoids. I already purchased both and they worked perfectly. No leaks and I can use my automatic timer again. Decided to purchase some extras for the future since they do not make Toro FLO-PRO valves anymore. Prices were good and delivery was fast. Thank-you
Carol A on Jun 19, 2017
To replace the existing solenoid. The current valve does not function properly after being dormant for several years (renters never used sprinkler system)
Scott R on May 26, 2017
have many of these older toro valves still working. had a tree branch hit this solenoid and cracked it. glad to still be able to get this as a replacement part.
V I on Nov 26, 2016
The only place I found it with a good price.
Victor B on May 31, 2012
Needed a new solenoid for a suspected bad valve
Michael D on Apr 1, 2012
The shipment fee is way too expensive for 2-7 days shipment method
Z Y on Jan 28, 2019
The Price
R O on Oct 12, 2018
i need a coil for EZF 20-08 3/4 in valve Toro?
Ben E on Apr 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure of the model number but Toro had a 3/4" valve that the coil is not a separate and replaceable coil..if itl looks like the coil is molded in to the top of the valve and the are 4 Phillips head screws that hold it on. .you have to but the whole valve and just switch the whole top...
do you also have the diaphram replacement for the Flo-Pro valve? would you have any other parts if I wanted to rebuild my Flo-Pro valve? I understand they don't make these valves anymore but if I could buy the parts, that would be nice and prevent total valve replacement. Thanks, Jerry
Jerry L on May 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I used the replacement diaphragm and solenoid on my toro pro flo sprinkler valves. Work great and beats the heck out of rebuilding the manifold. My system dates back to 1996 or thereabouts.
how to replace?
A shopper on Nov 4, 2013
BEST ANSWER: "block in"/turn off the water, typically at main irrigation isolation valve or the valve at the vacuum breaker. Disconnect/unscrew electrical connectors. if the old valve has a black plastic cover and wires are pressed into a waxy pressure connection, need to get a small flat screwdriver and stick in the slots on top of valve (waxy part) to "free up" the wires..

unscrew the old solenoid. hole might fill up with water. i typically use a water cup to empty out so i can see what i'm doing.

screw new solenoid into the valve body.

re connect the wires using wiring connectors. color of wires dont matter. I typically get new water proof connectors from lowes or home depot. they just screw on til tight.

open main water valve. try to zone to make sure you have good electrical connections
does this work with Toro Greenkeeper?
A shopper on Jul 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Sorry but I have no experience with the Toro Greenkeeper.
The Toro 89-0114 is a SUPERIOR replacement for the model that was originally installed on my system.
Have a great day!
Ed
Is this the correct replacement for the TORO flo-pro t-top solenoid ?
A shopper on Aug 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this is the product I utilized to replace the Toro Flo-pro solenoid. Easily replaced with purchase of some water proof wire connectors, took just a few minutes. Installed them over a year ago, have had no problems.
If the zone turns on when the water source is opened regardless the controller is that the solenoid or the diaphragm?
A shopper on May 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Could be either, but the solenoid is the is the more reliable of the two! Diaphragms have a tendency to get stiff with age and need replacement. I've also seen a zone stay on because the vacuum breaker gets stuck, try tapping the breaker body to see if the zone turns off. Good luck!
need replacement solenoid for the really old toro valve with the diaphragm. No parts number on it. only thing is 24v 50-60hz. the 89-0114 looks like it would work.??? please advise asap. Thank you very much.
John D on May 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have replaced several old Toro solenoids with this one. I can't speak specifically for your part number but my system is better than 20 years old and it works perfect.
The picture of this solenoid doesn't look the same as mine. Mine says "Toro Quick Link strip gage Pat no 5.158.475" Is this the right solenoid?
Noel L on Feb 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My original solonoids had a "T" top to them into which you insert the control wires. This is apparently a "new" style for the old (1990's) era valves. The most important thing to consider is if it screws into the top of your valve. You should also purchase the type of wire nut that has a grease inside to prevent water from getting to your connection.
Hope this helps.
Will 89-0114 solenoid replace the old flo pro 3 wire solenoid?
A shopper on Aug 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes
does this solenoid work with toro series 252 valves 1.5 inch?
frank a on Sep 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My answer is NO.
Toro 35-3099 Replacement Solenoid for Toro 252 1.5 and 2 inch Valves
http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/Toro-252-Valve-Solenoid-p/35-3099.htm
will this work with ez-flo valve EZF -21-94?
mvsuds on Jun 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Being I've never tried it I can't say but a toro technician will tell you for a price. Personally I wouldn't try it.
How can I confirm my that my current solenoid would be replaced by the 89-0114. I have searched my solenoid for a product number and I don't see any on the solenoid. I know it is a Toro valve and the wiring is all red...but where should the code be stamped to confirm before purchase?
A shopper on May 30, 2012
BEST ANSWER: If your solenoid has the large threads that screw into the valve, this is probably the right solenoid. I have Toro Flo-Pro valves and could not find replacement solenoids at my local hardware stores. All the Toro ones they carried had small screw threads. I have ordered several of these after looking at the picture and they worked great. My old ones were wired a little different but these still worked. I think the main thing is if they fit the top of your valve. I couldn't locate any part number on my old ones either.
Hope this helps.
Need to replace Approx 20 yr old solenoid. On the old one it only has “D96”? It’s the type that screws into the top of the valve thing.
John P on May 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I'm sure this is the correct one. Remove the old solenoid and compare to photo. I have replaced many of the same unit. Very simple.
need a solenoid valve for a 285-14-04 toro?
A shopper on Jun 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I ended up replacing my solenoid with a complete assembly. Required a little digging to remove/replace but the Toro 89-0114 Replacement Solenoid for FLO-PRO Valves worked great. Product Code is 89-0114
I have an old Toro 570 irrigation system. It is the old jar type. need new solenoids. what solenoid part number should I use?
A shopper on May 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If the old solenoid screws in (threads on the solenoid itself), this one should work. If the old solenoid has two screws holding it in place, you will need a different one. When you replace the old jar type solenoids, your wiring may look different because the common (usually white) wire will loop from valve to valve to valve in each valve box. These solenoids will wire more conventionally, with a hot (colored) wire to each valve and each valve's common wire connected with a main (usually white) wire originating at your timer.
Does this solenoid come with the plunger and spring?
Scott G on Jun 21, 2012
BEST ANSWER: No, it is just the solinoid, no other mechanical parts included.
How do I determine the size? From the threads I would guess 3/4.
Felix B on Oct 17, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I determine the correct size for any valve replacement parts by the size of the pipe connected to it. It is usually 3/4" for irrigation systems but I do run across 1" from time to time. That is the quickest way by eye to know what you are dealing with. The size of the valve is also stamped on it somewhere but not always easy to see depending on how it is installed.
looking for a solenoid replacement valve, needs to be 1/2 x 1 - will this work?
Mattie12 on Jun 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Kris,
I believe the best would be to call the guys at sprinkler warehouse and have them double check on the 1/2 X 1 requirement.
I have a toro vision 1series need a solenoid . Model number 88-6612. Removed existing solenoid and found K97 on it. Which one do I need could use part number?
Mario B on Sep 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If the picture you have there is the same look of the one you have that'll work
Does this replace a toro 280 valve?
A shopper on Aug 7, 2012
BEST ANSWER: No the solenoid does not replace a valve
The control valves for my sprinkler system are the Toro FLO-PRO, but the solenoids attached to each control valve are without wire (the wires are manually put into the sockets on top of the solenoid). Can I use this solenoid to replace my existing ones? Thnaks.
A shopper on Jun 18, 2012
BEST ANSWER: That is exactly why I needed to replace mine with is same part. Good luck!
how about the plunger and spring----how much???????
A shopper on Oct 6, 2011
BEST ANSWER: How much what? Price? That's in their catalog. Effort? Not much at all. The old solenoid screws out, the new one screws in, then reconnect the wires with waterproof connectors.

I remember I had to play around a little with a couple things. As I recall the top rotates between auto mode and manual on/off, but I don't remember exactly. It didn't take too much to figure out which position made it auto. I vaguely recall I also had a little trouble connecting the plunger, but it's been a couple years and I don't remember exactly how they connect. I do remember that it was not difficult, just a little trial and error. The entire job took maybe an hour.

Toro has some documentation on their web site. I have a 2-page install guide (ValveManual53707_53709.pdf) from Toro that's somewhat helpful, but not specific about replacing the solenoid. At least it has pictures of the whole valve, which helped me visualize it because most of it is buried in the ground. Toro might be able to supply info on installing the solenoid.

I have the briefest of my own notes, might or might not help at all (I barely understand them myself after 2 years):
Closed when valve is loose in jar top
Screw on (holds diaphragm in place) to open manually
Solenoid screws in on top

Good luck! If you can't find that Toro PDF I can send a copy.
Richard
Will this fit my Toro 730 series sprinkler heads?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2017
Do you carry 0312 solenoids for sprinkler systems? The cap says 0312 with an ON and OFF. Turn 1/4 (counter clockwise, I believe). There is now a decreased pressure after changing some of the sprinkler heads to riser (taller) sprinkler heads turns off. The noise is coming from the large green piece with piping outside of the house.
A shopper on Aug 16, 2015
will this solenoid fit in a toro 280-05-04 valve? It looks pretty close to me
A shopper on May 7, 2015
Our Toro solenoid has the number 958 or 9S8 on the edge. It's an older system from the 90's I think. It has a small stem ( about 1/2 ") with 3 large screw threads. It has no model name like Pro or anything printed on it...just a warning and the voltage. Which replacement should I order?
Robyn A on Mar 27, 2015
I'm ordering these solenoid a and the diaphragm that goes with it for the valves I currently have. What effect will a tear in roughly a quarter of the circumference near the top have on operation?
A shopper on May 11, 2013
I am looking for a replacement solenoid valve for my Toro valve unit. Only one is defective. The large thread on this one appears identical to the one I have, which is a Toro 3/4 in. anti-siphon valve Solenoid and has been discontinued. From the comments from others who bought this valve, it appears this one will do the trick; however, your represenative I spoke to was unsure. What do you think?
Ronald Z on Apr 22, 2013
I have old valves with Legacy solenoids. Did these replace the old ones? T are the only ones with the same thread pattern.
A shopper on Jul 23, 2012
what thread size is this product?
A shopper on May 25, 2012