When you have the sprinkler going, use a flat-head screwdriver to rotate the adjustment screw found on the top of the nozzle. If you need to increase the width of the spray pattern, turn the screw counterclockwise. If you want to decrease it, turn the small screw clockwise.
An adjustment screw is located on top of the sprinkler head. You can adjust the spray distance by 25 percent. Using a flat-head screwdriver, turn the screw clockwise to decrease the spray distance. To increase the distance, turn the screw counterclockwise.
5000 Series Rotor Rain Bird 5000 Series Rotors are ideal for medium to large-size lawns and evenly distribute water from 25 to 50 feet.
In order to fix sunken heads, simply use a shovel to dig around the head, remove the sod and carefully clear the vicinity of dirt. Next simply lift and straighten the head, packing soil under and around it until it is even with the ground and can easily clear the grass when it pops up.
Holds up to 14 feet (4.3 m) of head, 6 psi (0.3 bar)
Some sprinkler heads can be adjusted using a flathead screwdriver, while others require specialized adjustment and rotor tools. A simple turn of a screwdriver or specially designed tool is typically all it takes to adjust a sprinkler head.
Grip the spray head between two fingers. Then, rotate it by hand so it is aimed at the direction you want the water to spray. For example, if you want the water to spray towards the right, rotate the head to the right. If you want the water to spray more to the left, rotate the head to the left.
The T5 offers an extra inch of pop-up height compared to most competitive units. All lawn models are now available with the optional RapidSet feature, a quick and easy way to make arc adjustments-with NO TOOLS.