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Tuesday, July 27th 2004, 7:44am

by drpete3

tightening the screw sould decrease the flow. anyways give it a try.

Tuesday, July 27th 2004, 6:07am

by ppotter

Thanks Pete.

I tried that last night but just seemed to increase the 'throw' of the water. I didn't screw it all the way down though, so I'll try again this pm.

Thanks again ( I guess you suspected I was a complete novice!)


Tuesday, July 27th 2004, 6:03am

by drpete3

Just turn the screw on the top right, clockwise, till it is off. That will shut off that head.

Tuesday, July 27th 2004, 5:59am

by ppotter

Cap for Rainbird extension


I have just moved into a house with a Rainbird irrigation system and wish to shut off two heads that feed a flower bed. They are currently on 3ft extensions, but would like to stop water flow without affecting other heads in this zone. The system currently has series 15 nozzles. Does Rainbird (or anyone alse) make a cap that fits these extensions to stop water flow completely. I have not seen anything obvious at Home Depot.