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Avoid stripping the gears in your RainBird 5000 Series Rotor Sprinkler Heads by never turning the turret against the turn. Sean Stefan from Sprinkler Daddy ( *******www.sprinklerdaddy.ca ) explains that if you start turning from the left fixed edge to the right, never go back to the left until you've gone all the way to the right. If you don't follow these guidelines you run the risk of stripping the gears in your Rain Bird 5000 Series sprinkler heads.
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Adjust Rainbird sprinklers with help from Sprinkler Daddy ( *******www.sprinklerdaddy.ca )
Sprinklers should water your grass, not your driveway, house, or street. Use the tips in this video to make sure your Rainbird sprinklers spray where they are supposed to.
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Are your RainBird 5000 sprinkler heads leaking after installation? You might want to clean out the lines and the head before jumping to a replacement.
Sean Stefan from Sprinkler Daddy ( *******www.SprinklerDaddy.ca ) talks about how to go about cleaning out your RainBird 5000 sprinkler heads and sprinkler lines to see if that solves your leaky sprinkler problem.
Installing sprinkler nozzles on a Rain Bird 5000 Series Rotor sprinkler explained by Sean Stefan of Sprinkler Daddy at *******www.sprinklerdaddy.ca
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Rain Bird's float entry for the 2009 Rose Parade, Entertaining Expedition, takes a road test on a beautiful early Southern California morning. The Tournament of Roses requires that each float entry take two test runs prior to participation in the January 1st Rose Parade.
Adjust a Rain Bird 5000 Series sprinkler spray arc with help from Sprinkler Daddy's Sean Stefan.
Sean explains how to adjust the RainBird 5000 Series sprinkler head so it doesn't spray out into the street, into your house, or anywhere where it's not supposed to. Just set the fixed left edge and dial in the +/- arc adjustment screw until the sprinkler rotates the desired amount.
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