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Wednesday, May 12th 2004, 3:24pm

by Paul Cote

Yes they do, is there a fix?

Wednesday, May 12th 2004, 12:22pm


Do they pop down when the water is off? It could be your wiper seals not sealing properly.....

Monday, May 10th 2004, 11:20am

by Paul Cote

Toro V-1550 Head Leaks

I have three Toro V-1550 heads on my system and when I started the sprinklers today for the first time this season all three were flowing from around the stem. After about ten minutes one of them stopped leaking and was working properly. I left the zone on for around 30 minutes hoping the other two heads would "self repair". Apparently thats not going to happen. Anything I can do short of replacing the heads? Thanks in advance.