Bob sees that his rotor isn’t adjusted properly. He pulls a tool from his pocket and messes with his rotor, but the results are too short. He makes another adjustment, but this time the rotor is shooting in the wrong direction. Then too high. Then too far.
Bob is very upset and expresses his frustration by jumping up and down. He pulls a patch of grass out of the ground and attempts to relocate it under the rotor’s spray. The rotor keeps turning and spraying somewhere different.
Bob gets sprayed in the face, falling on his back and throwing the clump of grass in the air. It falls back down landing on his face.
Look familiar? Don’t be like Bob. Try one of these. A video on Sprinklerwarehouse.com about how to adjust a rotor. Instructions on SprinklerWarehouse.com about how to adjust a rotor. Purchasing rotor parts from SprinklerWarehouse.com.