Rain Bird 42064 Wrench for Mini-Paw and Maxi-Paw Rotors
Used for routine maintenance of Rain Bird pop-up impact sprinkler models LG-3 Mini-Paw, AG-5 and 2045A Maxi-Paw, this tool makes quick work of servicing the sprinklerâ€™s internal assembly. No need to dig or remove the entire sprinkler head. Use the top of the wrench to pry up the top of the sprinkler. Then unscrew the sprinklerâ€™s internal mechanism using the extended hex portion of the wrench. Clean or replace the mechanism using the reverse procedure. This handy wrench will help you keep your irrigation system working efficiently for a lush, green lawn with uniform watering and minimal overspray.
- Easily clean or replace Rain Bird impact sprinkler head internal assemblies without digging
- Chrome finished tool is designed for use with LG-3/Mini-Paw, AG-5/Maxi-Paw and 2045A Maxi-Paw sprinklers
- Lift the cap using the flat tipped handle
- Unscrew and lift the sprinkler mechanism using the lower hex wrench
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One trick, if you do not want your part-circle to spray everything that it should not, is to push-up the inner mechanism (from the bottom inlet) BEFORE installing the head. Use the trip collars that way, to approximate your desired coverage arc.
Now it's necessary to know where that will be, when the ___-Paw is actually installed. The cover rotates, so marking that won't do. Instead put some tape on the outside rim of the sprinkler, maybe about in the middle of the eastblished coverage arc setting, to avoid confusion later on.
There is really no way to avoid having to finish setting the arc & diffuser pin with the sprinkler actually running.
Hope that answers your question. (It's usually better to just throw the thing in & take your chances LOL)