way to adjust it / fix it and keep using this one?

On the Toro website regarding this sprinkler, it gives great instructions on how to adjust the settings by way of distance and pattern, even changing out the nozzle, but it either doesn't address a non-traveling nozzle or I've just been using my “kid eyes” and can't find it!

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Highlights. The poor rotation may be caused by debris trapped in the sprinkler head. Your water filter might need to be cleaned or replaced. Poor water pressure can affect sprinkler head rotation.
Water Pressure or Water Volume

If the water level is too low, the distribution bar on an oscillating sprinkler may be unable to move at all, or it may move very slowly to the end of the cycle, then be unable to move past the pivot that sends it back in the opposite direction.

The most common cause of a stuck sprinkler head is dirt and debris. If dirt, rocks, leaves, or grass gets caught between a sprinkler body and the sprinkler riser, it can clog up the works and stop the riser from sliding back into the body. Resulting in a sprinkler head that won`t go down.
Clogged sprinkler heads: You may have a clogged sprinkler head if the head doesn`t rise and there is no water. Dirt, sand and other debris build up in the sprinkler head filters. To clean a filter: Turn off your water, lift the pop-up riser, remove the nozzle and the filter, clean the filter and return to the nozzle.
If you can hear the motor running but see that no water is coming out, there might be a leak or hole that is allowing air to enter somewhere along the suction pipe. In order to deliver water to your sprinkler consistently, this suction pipe has to be airtight.
If you hear a click but no water comes out the valve is bad. If you don`t hear a click then the solenoid, the part with wires coming out, is bad. Either way, one of them needs to be replaced.

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How do I get the sprinkler 'T'' HEAD off – Nelson Sprinkler: Traveling Tractor
ANSWER : Hold the plastic nut located just under the “T” with adjustable pliers or wrench and unscrew the “T head” with your hand.

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The tractor sprinkler, sprinkler head rotates and sprays water but forward motion is not achieved in either hi or low speed.

A rhythmic click at consistent interval can be heard from rear of sprinkler when water is running through it.

Is there a replaceable gear available for the drive wheels in the sprinkler?

ANSWER : Hi,Here is a tip about how to get parts for your traveling lawn sprinkler and also a great article about how traveling lawn sprinklers work.Traveling Lawn Sprinklersheatman101′;’;’;’;

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Toro 149cc Lawn Mower Won't Start – Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools
ANSWER : Bad carburetor your old fuel jammed up the jet so it won’t get fuel and if it does it will start and shut off So replace the carb or try to clean the jet and run non oxy fuel only

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Toro cutting off
ANSWER : Maybe low oil level, all mowers have a low oil cutoff. 30w oil.

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I would like my sprinkler to move faster ( it is in high gear)
Will it go faster if I cut some off of the swing arms?

If not is there anyway to make it go faster/

ANSWER : The speed is directly related to the amount of water pressure you have. More pressure = more speed. If you are using a 1/2″ hose move to a 5/8″ hose. I do not think cutting off the arms will have any measurable effect on the speed. I know of no other way to speed it up.

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My toro 6.5 hp push mower (2010), has no fire to the plug. I have not abused it. i have a small yard and it just gets normal use. Now it won’t fire. I first changed the fuel and cleaned the carb thinking it was that crappy ethanol again. but i grounded out the spark plug and cranked it…no spark. I think it has to do with the lever you pull back to start it . they have some stupid complicated safety contraption that rides along the fly wheel when you pull back on the handle for starting and shutting off the engine. …it looks worn out already…like a mini brake pad. any ideas?…do i really have to replace this garbage every year or am i on the wrong path here?
ANSWER : Unhook your wire from the coil that goes to shut off mechanism, and see if you have spark then. the wire may be grounded out, or your coil might have took a ****

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ANSWER : Go to toro.com and enter the model number and find the replacement part.

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My Toro LX425 keeps on blowing 20 amp fuses when I am mowing the yard. Why is it doing that?
ANSWER : A fuse will blow if: a positive wire is being grounded to the frame or two much current is being passed thru it.

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