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JoeyM

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Tuesday, September 24th 2002, 4:43pm

5000 RainBird Rotor

I brought a 5000 Series RainBird Series Rotor thinking that this was the problem because all my other rotors in that zone worked. When I put the new rotor in place of the one that did'nt work, the new one did not work either. Any idea on what I should do now.


jimqjp

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Thursday, September 26th 2002, 3:04am

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I brought a 5000 Series RainBird Series Rotor thinking that this was the problem because all my other rotors in that zone worked. When I put the new rotor in place of the one that did'nt work, the new one did not work either. Any idea on what I should do now.


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It's possible that the poly pipe is squished somewhere. You can remove the head, and use an extention nipple to check the water flow.


collindog

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Monday, October 14th 2002, 9:32am

You could hav sand and dirt stuck in the piping

Troy

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Wednesday, October 23rd 2002, 7:57am

I have found A rock in half inch swing pipe that cut off flow to head thankfully it was only A eight inch peace of pipe from one
inch feed line


Rays Sprinklers

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Friday, May 23rd 2003, 1:16pm

I figured that. The only downside of funny pipe, swing pipe etc. (for those of you installing a new system) you should flush the line before the hookup of the Funny Pipe, because of the small diameter. Just a TIp!

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