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Saturday, May 26th 2012, 12:05pm

by Wet_Boots

You do not adjust a fixed set point on any rotor. Start over with a new head, and give yourself some wiggle room to further tighten it, to get the left reversal point 'just right' - if the connection is to a PVC nipple, you might add some teflon tape to the threads before installing the head.

Saturday, May 26th 2012, 8:56am

by IndyJ (Guest)

RainBird 5000 fixed left adjustment issue

Trying to adjust fixed left position on a RB5000, found it very difficult to rotate left, got a couple of hard clicks when attempting. Rotor now rotates 360 to the right with no effect from the arc adjustment screw. Did I likely break the rotor?

What is the best way to adjust fixed left on these? RB PDF manual is not very helpful for this...

Thanks for any assistance!
John