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Monday, May 24th 2010, 2:09pm

by mrfixit

Open the bleeder screw on the valves one at a time and see if that makes the sprinklers come on all the way.
If so then the diaphragms are bad. Keep turning the screws til they almost come out if need be.

Monday, May 24th 2010, 1:30pm

by REngelhardt

Low Pressure in Two Zones

I have two zones on my Rainbird system that do not fully pressurize. One zone is a spray zone for front flower beds and the second is a pop-up zone for the front lawn. Any suggestions?

I do not have any wet areas that would indicate a leak.