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Tuesday, May 14th 2002, 3:22am

by SprinklerGuy

I would want to know if the valve is coming on all the way, before I put a check valve on all heads......did it work before? Is it a new installation? More info please.

Sprinkler Solutions, Inc.
Arizona and Colorado

Monday, May 13th 2002, 3:49am


I have never seen a lubricant for sprinklers. For a quick fix you might want to put a check valve on the end of the sprinkler on every zone or just one on the zone that isn't working well. If they are rotors, you could put a smaller nozzle in, making sure the PSI and GPM are within your home's or well's capacity.

Thursday, May 9th 2002, 2:04pm

by Clayton Wilson

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aparently my water pressure is too low because the sprinkler heads which are ''pop up''will not extend above the heighth of the grass without manually pulling them up. Is there a lubricant that can be used?

clayton wilson