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The distance is purely based on water pressure 15 PSI gets 9 feet, and 30 psi gets 12 feet. You probably have at least 30 psi so it is going to spray 12 ft. and you can't change that. The 1/2 circle nozzle is going to always spray 180 degrees, you can turn it to point where you want but you can't increase or decrease the pattern from 180 degrees. You can buy 1/4 and full circle nozzles for this sprinkler though. The last letter of the part number signifies that pattern. H=Half, F=Full, Q=Quarter so a 12DSH=half.
Sounds like "Sure pop" was misleading. Try unscrewing the top or entire sprinkler then the top remove the spray nozzle to access the spring. Stretch it out longer and re-assemble the sprinkler screw it back in place with the spray notches on nozzle facing are you want covered. This should solve the problem if not, replace the pop-up.
Hi mate most common setting on almost all carbs would be 1.5 to 2.5 turns out. if runs better with less turns out than this range, then you need smaller pilot jet, or if needs more turns out then 2.5 you need bigger pilot jet. The glowing red header pipe is normal every yamaha I know will do this especially if left to idle for more than a minute... Regarding issue of popping this nearly always due to lean pilot circuit. first step clean pilot jet and or up size your pilot jet 2 or 3 sizes. just to clarify the turns out procedure make sure you are counting a full 360 degree turn out as 1 turn. I have seen in the past guys adjusting this air/fuel mixer and counting 180 degrees as 1 turn out needless to say it don't work... cheers mate hope it helps
Hello Teisco I would go with semi-solid style Spray pattern is not related to ignition.Universal is probably semi-sloid but stay away from that one.Spray pattern relates to running combustion noise,style can make all the differance.A.50 nozzle can&will clog easily ,replace it and dont touch/change anything else.See if thats it.Pump pressure should NOT have changed but is 100PSI.spark gap, stick near 3/8 or less.If it lights & sputters out dont change the gap .Is there water in the fuel?
well there are two basic setups. one has two knobs on back side of gun and the other has two on back and a third on side. the first , the top knob will adjust your spray pattern while the bottom adjust needle in/out which controls how much material is allowed through. if there is a side knob, it controls spray pattern, while top back adjusts flow and bottom needle position
I googled Hunter sprinkler heads and where to purchase them. In my area (the East bay, Tri-Valley) in Nothern California.
I went to Ewing Irrigation in Dublin, CA and found the Hunter sprinkler heads there. The man working the counter got two for me and he demonstrated how to change the head by unscrewing it from the base at or just below ground level by removing the old one and screwing in the new head. He also showed me how to adjust them with the spray pattern. You will need the little tool that comes with the sprayer head.
Making sure the center arrow is completely to the left and rotate the head to the right then back to left. They are set to a 180% spray pattern from the manufacturer. If you want a bigger pattern you turn the adjuster toward the ( + ) side and if you want less pattern you turn the adjuster to the ( - ) side. He showed me how to install the red sprayer inserts by simply pushing them in the cavity making sure the little u shaped indentation is pointing up to allow for the set screw to go through to adjust the spary.The spray varies in distance and amount of water being emitted from the head depending upon the insert used.
I was able to replace the Hunter head, adjust the spray and changed out the insert a few times until I found the one I liked. I used needle nose pliers to remove the initial spray insert that the man @ Ewing installed until I found the one that worked best.
I found using needle nose pliers makes it very easy to grasp the little inserts for replacing.