How do I adjust my Rainbird sprinklers?
Move the sprinkler head by hand to adjust the watering direction. Grip the spray head between two fingers. Then, rotate it by hand so it is aimed at the direction you want the water to spray. For example, if you want the water to spray towards the right, rotate the head to the right.
How do you adjust sprinkler heads?
To adjust a stationary sprinkler head, find the spray radius adjustment screw on top of the nozzle. You may need to adjust it slightly to point the water spray in the direction of your lawn that you want it. Turning it clockwise can also help lower the water pressure on a spray head that is shooting too much water out.
How do I adjust a Rain Bird 42sa sprinkler head?
Locate the arc adjustment screw, which is one of two screws on the rotor head. The arc adjustment screw is the one with the “+” and “-” signs along side of it. The device is preset to turn 180 degrees. Turn this screw clockwise with a flat- head screwdriver to increase the rotation arc and counterclockwise to reduce it.
How do I adjust the sprinkler radius?
To adjust the throw radius simply insert a fine-tip flat-head screwdriver into the metal screw (located at the center of the head). Rotate clockwise to decrease the radius, and counter-clockwise to increase the radius. 1. To adjust the arc simply twist the center collar (adjustable from 0 to 360 degrees).
How do you adjust Hunter Pro spray sprinkler heads?
The adjustable left edge of the spray pattern is marked with a raised dot on top of the nozzle’s arc adjusting ring. Hold both sides of the nozzle at a point below the top adjusting ring. Turn the top adjusting ring counterclockwise to increase the arc or clockwise to decrease the arc.
How do I adjust my Rainbird 1800?
An adjustment screw is located on top of the sprinkler head. You can adjust the spray distance by 25 percent. Using a flat-head screwdriver, turn the screw clockwise to decrease the spray distance. To increase the distance, turn the screw counterclockwise.