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Tuesday, June 29th 2004, 3:26pm

by Tom

a smaller adaptor of pipe will not increase your pressure.

it could be that the rotor is shot, however low pressure does affect these heads.

i would replace with a gear driven rotor.


Tuesday, June 29th 2004, 11:29am

by mosida

impact rotor problem

Hi,

I have a rainbird impact rotor. My problem is that the rotor only rotate in one direction and stop. It will not sweep back unless I touch it. I have examine and find no clogged anywhere. Could this be a problem with pressure? If so, could I install a smaller adapter and or pipe to increase the pressure or find a low impact rotor? any suggestion is welcome. thanks

mike