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First locate the clog sprinkler head. Pull up the sprinkler head and secure it with a pair of locking pliers or vise-grips. Be careful not to crimp the sprinkler head. You don’t want to put too much pressure on the sprinkler. Just enough to hold it up. Once the sprinkler head is secure you want to unscrew the top of the sprinkler nozzle.
Pull out the sprinkler filter. Once you’ve removed the filter you can see there is a lot of dirt and debris inside the nozzle head. You want to clean this dirt and debris off with a bucket of water or the garden hose.
Fully submerging the head in a bucket of water helps to make sure that the filter is completely clean. You can even take a toothbrush if there are hard water clogs inside the filter to clean it up nice and tidy before returning it to the sprinkler head.
Once you’re done reassembling all of the components turn the sprinkler system on and make sure your nozzle head is facing in the correct direction. Once everything is complete you can rest easy knowing that your sprinkler system is working efficiently, providing your lawn with the right amount of water to keep it green and beautiful.
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