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RAIN BIRD SPRINKLER HEADS WILL NOT ROTATE HOW DO I FIX THEM 1 ONLY ROTATES IN ONE DIRECTION BUT WILL NOT RETURN

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SOURCE: adjusting toro Super 600 PC-2.5 sprinkler heads

Try this. Should work.

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SOURCE: sprinkler head does not spray water

Make sure when you pull the head to ck the screen you turn the system on and blow out the line, then run a hose through the head to make sure it isn't plugged up anyway. Depending on the head and the cost of a new one will dictate cleaning or replacement.

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SOURCE: Rain Bird sprinkler timer blowing fuses

Disconnect all zone wires and see if timer blows fuses. If not, one of the zone valves is drawing too much amperage.

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SOURCE: Nelson Sprinkler Rain Train Traveling

If it's going backwards, and assuming you didn't take it apart and put it together wrong, then the arms aren't going in the right direction. Looking down from the top, my unit should be moving clockwise if it's set up correctly. In any case, switch it so the water pushes the arms in the other direction. the transmission is pretty straightforward - if it's going in the wrong direction then the arms are spinning in the wrong direction.

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