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Tuesday, March 24th 2015, 10:56am

by Wet_Boots

The colored top piece is a removable "flush plug" that allows a newly installed head(s) to be flushed out by running the zone, prior to installing any spray nozzle(s)

Monday, March 23rd 2015, 12:02pm

by Knotical

Not sure if you were wanting to include links, but they are not appearing in your post.

Monday, March 23rd 2015, 9:37am

by penny3878

Need advice on replacing Weathermatic LX series sprinkler head

I have a Weathermatic LX Series Sprinkler System that was installed in 2004. Two of my sprinkler heads are broken (blowouts) and I want to order replacements. I measured the sprinkler head and it is 5.25 inches. So I think I am in need of LX3 sprinkler heads. My question is will the sprinkler heads shown on the Weathermatic/Sprinkler Warehouse website work in my 2004 system because the ones on these website do not look like the one I have. Mine does not have the blue top.

Also, no one sells the Weathermatic sprinkler heads locally. Does anyone know of a Rainbird or Orbit model that will work (found these two locally)? Thanks.