|Brand||Rain Bird||Rain Bird||Rain Bird||Rain Bird|
|Name||40-Piece Patio Plant Watering Kit||1800 Pop-Up to Drip 6-Emitter Drip Irrigation Conversion Kit||Drip Starter Kit||Drip Irrigation Spot Watering Kit|
|Included||Filter,Garden Hose Connection,Pressure Regulator,Sprinklers,Stakes,Tubing,Tubing Clips||Filter,Pressure Regulator,Sprinklers,Stakes,Tubing||Filter,Pressure Regulator,Sprinklers,Stakes,Tubing||Filter,Garden Hose Connection,Pressure Regulator,Sprinklers,Stakes,Tubing|
|Kit Type||Patio Starter Kit||Drip Irrigation Kit,Planters||Drip Irrigation Kit||Drip Hose Bib Kits,Drip Irrigation Kit,Planters|
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Yes, you can just run 1 or 2 lines.
There are a few things to check that might cause some of your emitters not to output water. - Make sure the rubber water lines are clean cut with no kinks and securely attached between the emitters and 6 port manifold. - Try replacing one of the emitters that is not working with a new emitter. Sometimes debris can block water from passing through an emitter. - You can also trying moving the lines around on the 6 port manifold to make sure there is no blockage on some of the ports. I hope this information helps.
You can replace a Hunter spray with this. You have to remove the Hunter spray and connect the conversion module that comes with the kit to the riser that the spray was originally connected to . You're then good to go.
No, head does not pop up. Emitter head and feed lines lie above ground. You can identify in mulch or stones and under plantings.
I believe it would work to convert 2 heads in the line. The flow from the.tips is slow so there is no danger of drowning your plants. If, in fact, you find the flow too little to water the flower garden, you can purchase emitter tips that allow more flow.
You will need to dig out the,existing head and replace it with the new one from the kit.
No pressure reducer is required.
Two reasons for this are if those areas are not going to be used and I found a slight decrease in water going to those areas.