How do you adjust the radius on a Toro sprinkler head?
Correspondingly, how do you fix a sprinkler head that won't turn?
How to Do It
- Disassemble the sprinkler head.
- Take off the filter at the bottom of the head.
- Rinse the filter in a bucket filled with clean water to wash out debris.
- If this doesn't work you'll need to have the sprinkler head replaced.
- If it does work, make sure the head is properly adjusted when you re-install it.
Subsequently, question is, how do you fix a Toro sprinkler head? Head Replacement
- Start digging by cutting straight into the turf with the shovel several inches from the sprinkler head.
- Continue digging the hole.
- Unscrew the head from the pipe.
- Turn on the water for several seconds to flush out the pipe.
- Screw the new head onto the pipe.
- Turn on the water to test the sprinkler.
Regarding this, how do you adjust a Toro 570z sprinkler head?
How to Adjust Toro 570 Sprinkler Heads
- Purchase a new MPR nozzle with the desired settings.
- Locate the sprinkler that you want to adjust.
- Insert the needle-nose pliers into the top of the nozzle, and pull the spray head straight up.
- Grab and hold the supply tube in one hand.
- Twist the existing MPR nozzle counterclockwise until it removes.
Why do sprinklers get stuck?
Water pressure that is either too low or too high can cause sprinkler head jamming. When water pressure dips below acceptable limits, the sprinkler head may get stuck at one side of its arc or it may not move at all. If water pressure is too high, it may also cause the sprinkler to stop or jam.