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Tuesday, June 28th 2005, 7:38am

by drpete3

Just a guess but I bet adjusting the pressure switch wont help. Tell me if I am wrong.

Tuesday, June 28th 2005, 5:00am

by Wet_Boots

Assuming the Myers pump came with a Square-D pressure switch, you'd look to turn the larger nut clockwise, to compress the larger of the two springs, to raise the pressure at which the pump cuts in. The smaller spring, can be compressed in the same way, to increase the pressure at which the pump cuts out. Adjust the cut-in first. You might not have to do anything with the cut-out adjustment.

Tuesday, June 28th 2005, 4:21am

by maxima2k6

1/2 horse myers pump. it was rebuild

Sunday, June 26th 2005, 9:13am

by RidgeRun05

What type of pump do you have?

Sunday, June 26th 2005, 7:59am

by maxima2k6

ADJUSTING PRESSURE SWITCH

I TRYING TO ADJUST THE PRESSURE SWITCH. IT HAS TO SCREWS, SHORT AND TALL. THE BACK YARD HAS FOUR SPRINKLERS AND WILL OT COVER THE ENTIRE YARD. THE FRONT HAS THREE AND HAS PROBLEMS COPVERING THE FRONT YARD. I REDUCED IT TO TWO HEADS AND IT COVERED THE WHOLE YARD. ANY HELP APPRECIATED. TKS[?]