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Replace a Broken Sprinkler Head

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Nearly everyone has a home irrigation system has experienced a broken sprinkler head. No need to hire an expensive pro when you can do it yourself. Learn how here!




  • manuel

    Replacing the Head is no big deal ,what is difficult is removing the broken portion of the threaded plastic head connection from the pipe outlet . ....without damage ..

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  • BikerRally

    Yeah, right. Most of the time it's not that easy. With a sprinkler system thats been in for any length of time, you have to dig to the T-Joint, replace the riser because it now sits below the dirt level and then do the easy part of replacing the sprinkler head. I hate these tips that make everything seem like a piece of cake!

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