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Texas*Golf*Bum

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Thursday, January 8th 2015, 5:03pm

Water Presure

One of the zones I have shows low pressure. The valve is okay, heads are okay, but seems like it may have the wrong nozzle. On rotor heads there is a number of different nozzles and not sure if the past owner has take care of these properly. How do you go about checking each head to make sure the correct nozzle is in place for that zone area? I would think this might be the problem that too much water is coming out of some and not enough in the other. Is there a formula to calibrate what nozzles are needed for a zone in order to not over water or so much that sprinklers do not have pressure to perform correctly.

irrigirl

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Friday, January 9th 2015, 8:42am

Have you checked for a filter?



What model and brand are your heads? And can you figure out which nozzle you have.

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