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Thursday, June 14th 2018, 3:07pm

Author: gossamer

Replacing Rain Bird sprinkler head

Quoted from "gossamer" Quoted from "mrfixit" Or, you could buy your product from the people who own Sprinkler Talk for a much lower price. Sprinkler Warehouse That's exactly what I've done. Just placed an order for two 5004-PC sprinkler heads (only needed one, but they were half the price of rainbird.com) and five 8H nozzles (only need three, but they're so cheap I'll have some for the future). I tried again to clean the existing 8H nozzle that wasn't working very well and just couldn't. There'...

Monday, June 11th 2018, 6:26pm

Author: gossamer

Replacing Rain Bird sprinkler head

Quoted from "mrfixit" Or, you could buy your product from the people who own Sprinkler Talk for a much lower price. Sprinkler Warehouse That's exactly what I've done. Just placed an order for two 5004-PC sprinkler heads (only needed one, but they were half the price of rainbird.com) and five 8H nozzles (only need three, but they're so cheap I'll have some for the future). I tried again to clean the existing 8H nozzle that wasn't working very well and just couldn't. There's a screw on the top - ...

Thursday, June 7th 2018, 11:20am

Author: gossamer

Replacing Rain Bird sprinkler head

Quoted from "mrfixit" Or, you could buy your product from the people who own Sprinkler Talk for a much lower price. Sprinkler Warehouse Is there any difference between what's purchased at Sprinkler Warehouse and the options that are available at Home Depot? I was in HD for another reason the other day, and they have what is branded as Rain Bird 42SA+ "professional grade rotor" for like $11 that appears to be the same as the 5000 Series device I currently have. Is it that it won't last as long? ...

Sunday, June 3rd 2018, 8:38am

Author: gossamer

Replacing Rain Bird sprinkler head

Quoted from "mrfixit" Once they stop turning you need to replace the whole head. Or just the innards if you don't want to unscrew the body. The spray head is either turned down too low or there's debris inside the nozzle. Unscrew it and clean it out. Just the nozzle. Thanks for your help. I see "5000 PLUS" written on the green rubber on the top of the head. Is this the proper part number? It seems to match this one, but what is PCSR? http://store.rainbird.com/5000s-pcsr-5000-series-shrub-rotor-...

Saturday, June 2nd 2018, 9:07pm

Author: gossamer

Replacing Rain Bird sprinkler head

Hi, I'm a homeowner with an above average ability to fix stuff on my own. I have two sprinkler heads in my yard that don't work. The first is appears to be an A12 (based on the writing on the base) that no longer rotates on its own. If I give it a little help, it again starts to rotate, but eventually stops again. After digging out around it and unscrewing it (I've covered the hole with a plastic bag to avoid dirt getting in there), it appears it's comprised of multiple parts. Perhaps it's possi...