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Thursday, June 5th 2003, 6:22pm


You probably have debris in the wiper seal. Take the sprinkler out of it's casing, clean it out a little, and try it again, if that doesn't work, you can also get new wiper seals to replace in the sprinklers. Try the first step and let me know what happens.


Thursday, June 5th 2003, 6:04pm

by bobo

There should be plenty of pressure, all of the rest of them come up. If you just tap the sticky ones, they will pop up.

Thursday, June 5th 2003, 5:24pm


Is there enough pressure to pop them up? Is it resisting to come up when you try to pull it up by hand even with the water on?

Thursday, June 5th 2003, 5:09pm

by bobo

stickey rotor

I have several rotors that are stickey and refuse to pop up this spring. They will come up if you pull them by hand. The system is 1 yr old. They are Hunter I-20 stainless 4-inch. Any ideas