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Sunday, May 9th 2010, 8:14am

by Wet_Boots

You have to dig away the soil around the head, and see how it is connected. With luck, you can just move the head and rearrange the soil.

Sunday, May 9th 2010, 7:41am

by chiefpace (Guest)

Straighten leaning spray head

I have one spray head that leans and I need to straighten it. Lots of hits on the web saying to look for leaning spray heads but I can't find a remedy. Can anyone tell me how or point me in the right direction. I assume the cause is shifting soil since it is on a slight slope.