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Not enough water coming in?

It seems that not enough water is coming in. The floater is not stuck. The holes of the big revolving sprionkler seem somewhat clogged, but I cannot remove the screw to remove the part for cleaning. Someone told me to replace the inlet? valve(s). I do not have a service manual so I do not know how to go about it.

Any assistance will be appreciated.

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