Question about Nelson Sprinkler: Traveling Tractor
I was wondering if anyone knew how I could properly make the stopper plunger stay on all the time. I dont use the plastic thing to stop it because I use a pump and it keeps doing it on its own. Im on a pump and it almost blew it. luckily the hose blew but still cost me 105 bucks.
I made mine stay on by wrapping a plastic tie wrap around the shaft of the stopper between the stopper head & where the stopper shaft enters the housing. It must be wide enough to keep the plunger/stopper from going into the housing. Hope this helps. God Bless You!!! Darrell
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
If it has already has no use to you then why not remove the stopper for good.
or remove the rubber/plastic stopper inside of it!
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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