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Saturday, March 26th 2005, 9:15am

by RidgeRun05

If you are trying to take apart the Rainbird 5000 to make a repair to it, your honestly better off just replacing the sprinkler head. Time is money, your your going to be spending ALOT of time putting it back together.

Friday, March 18th 2005, 10:42pm

by sanzen96

you say a prayer that that cheap 5000 will go back together and then God will show you that you should have bought a hunter.

Sunday, March 13th 2005, 9:28am

by Gregg

Rainbird 5000 Disassembly

How do you take apart a Rainbird 5000 rotating head and get it back to together?