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I bought a Gardena 8135 Watering sprinkler but there are no instructions... It seems to do 360 degrees, but won't do a part circle - it goes one way and then gets stuck there...what am I doing wrong?

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Hi, the problem is there is not enough pressure comming from the water. You should put more water at a time into the sprinker, then the clip will work just right.
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Dear Specialkfras, The same thing happened with our Gardena Sprinkler. It means the little clip at the bottom is faulty and you just have to return it to the manufacturer and get a new one. You are not doing anything wrong and there is no instruction manual in any of the boxes. Good luck.
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