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Saturday, September 20th 2003, 11:06am


Hunter HCV. It's a check valve to put on the last head of the system. I couldn't find it on the online store, look around for yourself, you might find it......[:)]


Saturday, September 20th 2003, 6:18am

by mbethers

Small geyser

I am using Rainbird 5000+ heads on a sloping lawn. There is approximately a 4ft change in elevation. When the sprinklers are turned off the lowest head sprays water out the top for several minutes, washing out everything below it, etc. Anything I can do to prevent this.