I need to replace Rainbird rotary sprinkler heads (R50). The sprinkler
guy said I can do it myself - just unscrew the old one and screw in the
Do I need to dig around it to the pipe to do it? If not, how can I
make sure when I remove the old one that dirt does not fall into the
Please, help me with any tips on how to do this.
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