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Sunday, July 29th 2007, 7:25am

by Jan

So since my rotor 300 series head is set to 180 degrees, that is where it stays unless I change an internal part....but I can reposition the coverage area by turning the entire head. Thanks, I will try this.

Sunday, July 29th 2007, 4:10am

by Wet_Boots

If the coverage pattern is out of position, turn the entire head. The 300 series do not adjust. You change an internal part to obtain a different arc of coverage.

Saturday, July 28th 2007, 4:27pm

by Jan

how do I adjust my Toro rotor 300-03 head

I have older sprinkler lines and heads. How do I adjust my Toro rotor 300-03 sprinkler head? It should be at 180 degrees, and I need it turned so as to sprinkle the correct area. How do I do these things? I sure would appreciate anyone's help/advice.