A: No they do not sell just the clips
A: Question for HD.
A: I'm not sure, but I'd bet if you contacted the manufacturer they would be able to tire t you to where you can or how. I'd think you should be able to .....good luck.
A: the metal latch should be down to restrict the sprinkler from complete circle watering. The green rings should be adjusted with the latch down to have partial circle watering
A: Place metal piece down and adjust green rings for angle you want to cover.... takes practice so be patient. If you want full circle just lift metal piece out. I'll try and get pics to better explain. It's all trial and error.
A: The green rings will move with a sort of ratchet movement if you push one side away from the other to rotate it. The two will then bound the angle of the coverage. I get behind the sprinkler, turn it on, then see how it goes and turn it off, adjust, on, check, off, adjust, etc. until it is covering the area I want.
A: I am assuming you do not want the water to go in a full circle. The adjustment on the 'green rings' is trail & error. i.e. If you want the water to make a half circle space the green rings opposite each other on the sprinkler shaft. Then flip the silver wire down so it will impact the green rings. Turn on the water and let the party begin!
A: It takes a little trial and error with moving the rings around to get the coverage you want. Also, adjusting the spray screw helps to shorten the spray area. If you want to cover entire 360, flip the metal wire tab up so it does not catch on the rings and it will go all the way around.
A: There is no adjustment to slow the speed of the rotating head, however, if you decrease the water pressure going to the unit it will decrease the rotation and pulse rate. The down side to this is less coverage distance.
A: I dont think so, you can adjust the spread by turning round knob/button on top but speed is pretty quick on this brand. Just watch for saturation and adjust you time of use. It's a really good sprinkler, I love it.
A: No, only by reducing the volume of water.
A: I don't think so. I have been able to change the arc and the distance but they run at their own speed. The greater the degree of motion the slower they appear to move because they are spraying over a wider area. However, they do work very well in what they are designed to do.
A: Try reducing the pressure and volume to sprinkler. This can be accomplished by not opening the supply valve to hose fully. Also there's a diverter and pattern adjustment on the sprinkler. A combination of adjustments to volume, pressure and adjustment should provide desired results.
A: Yes - it should help cover a greater amount of the yard since you can adjust the radius. Most sprinkler types should be good, as long as it does not wash the seed away.
A: Yes. These have adjustable spray, pattern and distance.
A: Unless your grass seeds are covered with a layer such as straw or hay, I would choose a device than is more misting like. These devices are best at shooting our a long stream of water much like the jet pattern on the typical hose nozzle. They can be adjusted to a spray but not really designed to do so. I use 5 of them to water a large, mature lawn.
A: Seriously? Any sprinkler that applies water to new grass will probably make the grass grow.
A: Yes. It works to water a lawn, old or new seeded.
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