Insert the plastic key end of the Hunter wrench into the adjustment socket using the hex key end of the wrench. The wrench should be turned clockwise while the nozzle turret is being held at the correct stop. The arc will be increased by 90 degrees for every complete 360° spin of the wrench. You may adjust the arc to any angle between 40° and 360°.
In addition to this, how do you set the proper stop on a Hunter PGP?
Remove the internal assembly from the body by turning the body cap in the opposite direction of the clock. Make any necessary adjustments to the nozzle turret to the right stop, then reinstall the internal assembly into the body so that the nozzle is aligned with the appropriate irrigation area, and adjust the left arc as required.
What’s more, how do you make adjustments to a Hunter I-20’s rotor head?
Insert the plastic end of the Hunter adjustment wrench into the arc adjustment socket using the arrow keys on your keyboard. The wrench should be turned clockwise while the nozzle turret is being held at the correct stop. The arc will be increased by 90 degrees for each complete 360-degree turn of the wrench. Depending on your preference, you may modify the arc anywhere between 50 and 360 degrees.
Keeping this in mind, why isn’t the sprinkler head on my Hunter sprinkler not rotating?
The water powers a tiny turbine at the base of the sprinkler, which drives a set of gears that force the head to revolve while the sprinkler is in operation, according to the manufacturer. The Hunter gear drive mechanism is protected from dirt and debris by a rubber gasket seal. In most cases, if cleaning the filter does not resolve the issue of non-rotation, the sprinkler will need to be replaced.
What is the difference between Hunter nozzles in the colours red and blue?
It is possible to use the PGP-Adj rotor head with both the Red and Blue nozzles. As opposed to the red ones, the blue ones have varied designations in GPM rather than just a size #. Grey nozzles are also available for designs with a lower angle of attack.
What is a sprinkler key, and how does it work?
This is a Key Wrench for a Sprinkler Valve. When manual sprinkler control valves are turned on and off, this button is pressed. It is most often used in conjunction with in-ground lawn sprinklers.