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Weathermatic T3 Rotor with Check Valve 4"

  • Weathermatic T3 Rotor
  • With Check Valve
  • Pop-Up Height: 4 inches

Weathermatic T3 Rotor with Check Valve

Features & Benefits

  • 4" Pop-Up with Check Valve
  • 40° - 360° Adjustable Arc
  • Radius: 23' - 61'
  • Pressure: 20 - 70 PSI
  • Inlet: 3/4"
  • 5-Warrany & 100% Water Tested

Double-Thick Rubber Cover

  • The beefiest in the business to protect the head and the customer.
  • Visible “+” and “–” arrows guide arc adjustment.
  • Surrounded by a ribbed screw-on cover for a sure grip in wet conditions.

Totally Tool-less Arc Adjustment

  • Arc adjustment ring has visible arc indicators for easiest “dry” adjustment – just grip the ring and dial it in!
  • Wet set “point and shoot” adjustment without a tool is the fastest in the business. Just hold the ring and turn the top.
  • Ratchets like a spray head to align arc. No channel locks required.
  • Factory pre-set at 180°.
  • Vandal-resistant slip clutch and strong sonic weld prevent breakage as is common with other brands.

Widest Range Rack

  • 14 nozzles in one rack.
  • Includes 4 SmartAngle (low angle) and 2 Flow+ nozzles to provide 1” rotor range in a 3⁄4” body.
  • Factory pre-installed nozzle available.

Hi-Tech, Self-Cleaning Micro Filter

  • 20 micron filter originally developed in the medical industry protects reversing mechanism from dirt and debris.

Pressure-Activated Wiper Seal

  • Superior material and size provides extreme reliability in sandy conditions.
  • 10-year rated seal exceeds 6000 cycles of performance.
  • Pops up and seals below 20 psi.

Heavy-Gauge Spring For Positive Retraction

  • 20 lbs. of force vs. 10 lbs. for the competition.

Ready-Check™ Check Valve

  • There when you need it at no added cost.
  • Holds up to 12’ of elevation to prevent low head drainage. 100% WATER TESTED
  • Verifies rotation, rotation speed and reversing action on every sprinkler.

Five Year Warranty "No Questions Asked"

  • Our return rate is less than 2%; Factory defects are less than 1%.
  • 25 years of proven performance.

Amazing Value For The Price

  • Commercial sprinkler performance, strength and value for a residential price.
  • Try the entire Turbo Series and experience the Turbo difference!

Product Details

  • Thick, vandal resistant rubber cover is standard; visible arrows indicate + or arc adjustment
  • Radius adjustment screw decreases radius up to 25%
  • Punch-thru cover to protect nozzle retaining screw from debris
  • 14 field-changeable nozzles - SmartAngle (low angle) and Flow+ included
  • Safety clutch for vandal protection; ratchets like a sprayhead
  • Part circle models adjust from 40° - 360°; no tools required
  • Expanded "arc dwell" on part circle models provides full coverage along borders
  • Pressure activated wiper seal and strong stainless steel spring on pop-up models to ensure positive retraction
  • High-tech micro filter protects reversing mechanism
  • Streamlined large flow tube to minimize pressure loss through sprinkler
  • Impeller flow regulator automatically matches rotation to nozzle selection
  • Smooth impeller gear drive for highly uniform watering
  • Large area, basket type, removable strainer for debris protection
  • Standard Ready Check check valve is easily reversed in the field to a "check" position. Check valve holds back 12" of elevated water.
  • High-strength non-corrosive plastics and metals used throughout sprinkler
  • Sealed, lubricant packed drive housing provides long life performance
  • Options (factory installed)
Weathermatic T3 Rotor with Check Valve
Nozzle Pressure PSI Radius ft. Flow GPM Precip In/h Precip In/h
30 28 0.7 0.17 0.20
40 32 0.8 0.15 0.17
50 33 0.9 0.16 0.18
60 33 1.0 0.18 0.20
30 31 1.0 0.20 0.23
40 35 1.4 0.19 0.22
50 36 1.6 0.24 0.27
60 36 1.8 0.27 0.31
30 28 1.2 0.29 0.34
40 35 1.4 0.22 0.25
50 35 1.9 0.30 0.34
60 35 2.3 0.36 0.42
30 30 1.7 0.36 0.42
40 38 2.0 0.27 0.31
50 39 2.4 0.30 0.35
60 41 2.8 0.32 0.37
40 41 3.5 0.40 0.46
50 42 3.7 0.40 0.47
60 43 4.3 0.45 0.52
40 44 4.0 0.40 0.46
50 45 4.3 0.41 0.47
60 46 5.0 0.45 0.53
40 45 5.5 0.52 0.60
50 46 6.3 0.57 0.66
60 47 6.9 0.60 0.69
40 45 6.3 0.60 0.69
50 47 7.5 0.65 0.75
60 51 8.1 0.60 0.69
Square spacing based on 50% of diameter
Triangular spacing based on 50% of diameter
Note: All precipitation rates are calculated for 180° operation. Divide by 2 for full circle precipitation rates
Nozzle Pressure PSI Radius ft. Flow GPM Precip In/h Precip In/h
30 29 1.6 0.37 0.42
40 33 1.9 0.34 0.39
50 34 2.1 0.35 0.40
30 31 2.1 0.42 0.49
40 35 2.6 0.41 0.47
50 36 2.9 0.43 0.50
30 31 2.7 0.54 0.62
40 35 3.2 0.50 0.58
50 37 3.5 0.49 0.57
30 33 3.0 0.53 0.61
40 37 3.4 0.48 0.55
50 37 4.1 0.58 0.67
Square spacing based on 50% of diameter
Triangular spacing based on 50% of diameter
Note: All precipitation rates are calculated for 180° operation. Divide by 2 for full circle precipitation rates
Nozzle Pressure PSI Radius ft. Flow GPM Precip In/h Precip In/h
50 50 9.5 0.73 0.84
60 54 10.8 0.71 0.82
70 55 11.7 0.74 0.86
50 57 12.4 0.73 0.85
60 59 13.8 0.76 0.88
70 61 14.9 0.77 0.89
Square spacing based on 50% of diameter
Triangular spacing based on 50% of diameter
Note: All precipitation rates are calculated for 180° operation. Divide by 2 for full circle precipitation rates
Product Tag:
Best Value
Flow Rate:
0.7 - 14.9 GPM
Spray Pattern:
40 - 360
Spray Radius (ft.):
23 - 61
Check Valve SAM:
Check Valve
Pop-Up Height:
Body Height:
Inlet Size:
5 Years
Product Type:
Pop-Up Height:
Check Valve:
Check Valve
Advance Features:
Check Valve
Riser Material:
Radius (ft.):
23' - 61'
Part Circle Adjustable (40 - 360)
4.8 / 5.0
33 Reviews
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1 Star
I give them 3 stars
They are not the quality level as the ones I just replaced. The jets / pattern are not the same as the ones replaced. Still a reasonable value product
July 29, 2018
over 2 years ago
Service is excellent and very good sprinkles i’m very happy
August 25, 2018
1 year ago
Great product.
Great product. Easy to install. I hope weathermatic will keep producing this product.
May 27, 2018
over 2 years ago
Was shipped and delivered fast. Very satisfied with product.
July 24, 2019
1 year ago
As Advertised
Nice job...received it quickly...perfect replacement.
June 27, 2018
over 2 years ago
Tough Rotor
This rotor is much heavier than standard rotors purchased at local stores. The best part is the removable filter screen which makes cleaning great. When pumping potable water, not so important. But when pumping other water, it is very helpful to be able to easily clean the filter.
October 16, 2019
10 months ago
As expected
All good! Easy to install not much else to say thank you
June 3, 2017
over 3 years ago
I have been using these heads for years and in my mind they are the best on the market. Easy to install and adjust! Great for every application!
September 20, 2017
over 2 years ago
Excellent quality and design.
What I like is that is comes with different nozzles and it is very easy to adjust the radius. Also the built in check valve is a bonus!
November 12, 2017
over 2 years ago
Easy to install
Also, look at YouTube for a video on how to select and install the right nozzle for your situation.
April 27, 2018
over 2 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
SprinklerWarehouse.com Store
What I currently have.
R I on Feb 4, 2019
because the first Weathermatic popup rotors I ordered were 360 - not adjustable
Gary B on Sep 1, 2018
What I currently have.
R I on Feb 4, 2019
Used last year.
C A on Jan 25, 2019
because the first Weathermatic popup rotors I ordered were 360 - not adjustable
Gary B on Sep 1, 2018
It is what my sprinkler installer uses
Matty W on Aug 30, 2018
replacing a broke one
Jacob T on Aug 28, 2018
replacement of worn out sprinklers of the same make
W I on Aug 7, 2018
Saw very good review. Want to try.
Gary W on Aug 7, 2018
used you before
W J on Aug 4, 2018
Replacement parts for existing sprinkler system.
M I on Jul 29, 2018
jon h on Jul 26, 2018
I have an irrigation system that uses this type of head.
L O on Jul 22, 2018
replacing existing rotor
B O on Jul 21, 2018
What I needed.
Gary S on Jul 20, 2018
J V on Jul 20, 2018
it is the kind my installer used.
Matty W on Jul 16, 2018
Already have several in my yard
Gary G on Jul 15, 2018
Replacement for our current system
J V on Jul 14, 2018
replacement of existing unit
K R on Jul 5, 2018
This is the type of sprinkler head that is installed in my sprinkler system & I want to maintain this integrity in my system.
Douglas S on Jul 3, 2018
This matches the sprinklers in my yard
sean f on Jun 21, 2018
It is the same head that was originally installed and worked great for 20 years so I wanted to replace it with the same brand.
R L on Jun 20, 2018
They're always reliable.
Bruce P on Jun 17, 2018
great product
T O on Jun 10, 2018
waters even
R I on Jun 9, 2018
Replaces some rotors on a football field that have done a good job.
Brian S on Jun 4, 2018
Replacing defective heads
Anita L on Jun 3, 2018
R G on May 31, 2018
because that is what for the past 16 years
Peter K on May 30, 2018
used them before
M K on May 28, 2018
I needed them for my lawn.
Aaron W on May 26, 2018
out of signature 6000 and need new heads
S T on May 26, 2018
replace old one
thomas C on May 22, 2018
Current system installed.
Mike N on May 21, 2018
Need it to keep my house all uniform. When my house was build, they contractor put all weathermatic products
J A on May 11, 2018
To replace existing rotors
Brian G on May 7, 2018
Because Signature was not available. Would prefer Signature
Craig D on May 6, 2018
I have them in my system
Bruce P on May 2, 2018
W I on May 2, 2018
They work
irving M on Apr 20, 2018
Needed some tall ones to replace some low ones in system...make free shipping needs.
C O on Apr 17, 2018
I purchased a new build house with these and I lost 3 of them during a winter freeze. They spray but no longer rotate. These are not available in big box retail stores.
GJON R on Apr 10, 2018
Replacement of broken item
P A on Mar 24, 2018
Replacing a damaged one
S H on Nov 3, 2017
Because I like these sprinklers better than the Nelson's that I previously had.
H M on Nov 1, 2017
Great experience with this head. Easy adjustments and very flexible for many lawn locations.
Jeff J on Oct 22, 2017
Replaced Nelson heads throughout property
Rick on Oct 6, 2017
I chose these rotor heads to replace other waerthermatc that I currently have
M A on Sep 23, 2017
This site is difficult to use. Takes a long procedure
G I on Sep 23, 2017
Back-up in case I damage one!!
Michael B on Sep 18, 2017
This is the brand I like
T A on Sep 8, 2017
Used last year.
C A on Jan 25, 2019
It is what my sprinkler installer uses
Matty W on Aug 30, 2018
The rubber cap on top of the turbo 3 came off and does not want to go back on is there an easy way to do this or do you just have to be patient and work it back into the groove?
Tim L on Jul 16, 2015
can you install the lx spray series if you have the turbo 3 pop up heads?
A shopper on Sep 19, 2014
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I have a 16 station irrigation system that uses a significant number of the weathermatic T3 pop up sprinkler heads. I have three heads that I can not adjust the sprinkler diffuser screws on. I can not get the allen wrench to engage the allen head on the diffuser screw. I have tried all different angles trying to fine the magic spot with no success. My impression is that the allen head is rusted away or perhaps full of debris. Either way , I am not able to obtain a positive latch with allen wrench. Allen wrenches are new and not worn. My technical ability is good and it is not a lack of ability. Has anyone else had this problem? If so, I would appreciate some help. I would hope I do not have to replace the whole head because of this problem.

Roland S. 8/30/2011
A shopper on Aug 30, 2011
BEST ANSWER: It may be a different size. I have bought many T3's over the years, but one group a bought, it came with a slighly larger allen wrench...which is a pain! My guess is that they are manufactured in different places in the world and for some reason, they don't get the exact same size of allen screws. You can buy a cheap set of allen wrenches at any hardware store or compare the wrenches that came with each order to see if they are different.

If all else fails, you can pull the rubber top off to see what is going on; it is just sometimes hard to get back on. However, the rubber top is just to make it look nice, it doesn't affect how it runs.
Is this the Model with adjustable spray arc 40 deg to 360 degree. I need the units that can adjust at least from 40 deg to 180 degree. Which model is the lowest priced one that I can get. ?
Reggie Sangha
Reggie S on Apr 1, 2012
How do i adjust the water throw distence on the turbo 3 rotor?
A shopper on Jul 16, 2011
The Weathermatic T3 rotary sprinkler is designed for arc adjustment without use of tools.
The easiest way to change the size of a watering arc is to do it while the sprinkler is running. Get behind the sprinkler that you want to adjust and “grab the arc ring” on the riser tube (the arc ring is the ring with notches located just below the nozzle).
Hold the arc ring to keep it from moving. With your other hand, grab the top of the sprinkler (above the nozzle) and turn it to the left or right. You will notice that on the top of the sprinkler there are arrows with + and – indicators. If you turn the top of the sprinkler toward the + you will increase the size of the arc. If you turn the top of the sprinkler toward the – you will decrease the arc. You must hold the arc ring while you are moving the top of the sprinkler.
After you have the size arc you want, LET GO of the arc ring and just turn the top of the sprinkler to the left or right to ratchet the arc to the correct location. If you are not holding the arc ring, you will not change the size of the arc.
It is possible to use the screw that holds the nozzle in place to diffuse and shorten the throw of the stream. However, using the screw for diffusion will have a distortion effect on the coverage pattern. If you want to diffuse the stream, you will need the tool provided with your sprinkler or any 5/64 allen tool will work. Use the allen tool to “punch through” the small triangle that you will see on the rubber cover of the sprinkler (if a nozzle is already in your sprinkler, then there will be a small hole already punched through the triangle).
CAUTION: When you are using the allen tool to lower the screw into the stream, be careful not to screw it down too far. The screw can drop out the bottom of the nozzle housing and the nozzle will blow out of the sprinkler. Generally, a few turns into the stream should be sufficient for diffusion.
Is there a hose barb included for the bottom of the head?
brad o on Jun 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Ahhh....so I googled "hose barb" --- NO , there is NO hose barb on the end. If you need that type of connection you will need to order an additional part. This is only threaded on the inside.
Quick question here - I just bought a house with a Weathermatic system, and finally got around to turning on and programming the system, replacing the batteries in the rain sensor, etc. Most heads work well, but two refuse to rotate. I can move them through the whole arc by hand and back again after they reach the stop, but they will not rotate on their own. I've taken one out and cleaned it up, but no dice. Is there some mechanism to open up and reset, or is it better to simply replace the stubborn ones?
SPBaldwin S on Jul 14, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I have personally found that even if I get a sticky head working, it doesn't work for long. Each time I have to dig it up to get it working, I have invested my time. Experience has taught me tthat if I find a sticky head I just replace it.

Replacement heads are about $10. How much labor are you going to pour into a $10 item? For me it isn't worth it to screw around with a $10 item.

My advice, buy the heads you need and a few extra. This will save you the shipping of ordering one head at a time. I ordered 10 last time to go over a free shipping threshold. I have 60 heads in my system and it is 13 years old, so I expect to replace a few a season at this point.
i have just bought a house with a weathermatic system.. nearly all the heads either dont come up or have to be pulled up or it shoots water 3 foot high... can i replace these heads or do you think it maybe is somenthing else??
David L on Jun 26, 2012
BEST ANSWER: You can replace them and that will probably do the trick. I'm guessing the system is very old, maybe not well maintained. Head will last 10-15 years, but usually it's The rotor turning mech that goes.

Sticking heads could be bad seals, dirt in the seals, or low water pressure. The first two can be fixed with new heads. The low water pressure could be a number of Things, but if the system wasn't winterized, you could have split pipes under ground! Yikes.

Replace all the heads on one zone and see if your system works right. If it does, keep going. If not, call a sprinkler guy!
how tall is the head?
A shopper on Sep 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The unit itself is 8" and the pop up head rises almost 4".
How does one screw down the nozzle into the rotor head? I got an allen wrench tool, but no instruction sheet on how to do this. Does one remove the top or is there a secret way to do this? Thanks for your help.
David A on May 14, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Presume you mean how turn the screw which holds in the plastic nozzle after you have pushed the nozzle in. You force the supplied tool tip through the slot in the top of the rotor head, then wiggle it around (not always easy) to find the hole in the top of the screw, then screw it down to hold in the plastic nozzle.

Alternately, beg Weathermatic to bring back the G series rotors - far better spray pattern though with fixed brass nozzles. I've kept most of my G40's going for 35 years though had to get some T3's.
I have purchased the weathermatic T3 rotor heads and it came with a variety of nozzles. Is it the same now or it needs to be purchases separably?
Alan B on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I just purchased one a few weeks ago and the nozzles were included in the package along with the rotor head.
I purchased my system 10 years ago ... Will this product work with one that old?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Yes. My system is about that old also and I have replaced several of mine with new Weathermatic T3 pop-up rotors. Most were a easy unscred the old and screw on the new. Some I needed to replace the connecter. the old ones had black nozzles, the new ones have blue nozzles. If your on a well you need to be careful about the size nozzle. I replaced several on a zone that had 2 GPM with 3 GPM and the GPM were over the output of the pump which caused all the rotors on that zone to not have enough pressure. Good luck.
is a nozzle set included with the rotor?
A shopper on Apr 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it's actually a set of nozzles with various spray patterns.
What comes with the T3 head?
A shopper on Sep 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The sprinkler head and various sized nozzles along with the applicable tools to adjust the head. These have been great sprinkler heads.
Would this head replace a Hunter or do I need to replace Hunter with Hunter?
A shopper on Jul 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Brands are interchangeable. You need to know the size of the current connection in the ground.
I live in Florida and have sandy soil.I have been using Nelson sprinklers. they are locking up due to the sand and won't retract. I am looking for a better sprinkler. Any suggestions?
irving M on May 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I had a similar problem with the impact style sprinkler that was installed in the house we just purchased. Sand was not my problem but grass was growing into the housing. This impeded the sprinkler operation and would not let it retract. After my teenage son demolished a couple of sprinkler heads I purchased pop up rotor style sprinkler head. I purchased the weathermatic T3 sprinkler and I am very pleased. There is no way grass, dirt or sand get into sprinkler to affect its operation. They come with a nozzle set to give options on how high/low and different spray patterns. I do suggest to read the instructions thoroughly to get exact performance you need for your yard.
Weathermatic T3 Rotor with Check Valve 4
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I installed a Turbo 3, light Green, and when, with the corresponding screw, I was adjusting the irrigation área it stopped the rotation.
Now, I can move it to any angle with the adjustment screw but the rotor stays still in the same position.
WHAT CAN I DO to make it rotate?
Lorigras on Feb 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Not sure I fully understand but I'll give it a try. The screw (used to adjust the arc by pressing down in front of the spray stream) should have no effect on the rotor.

The only time I've seen the rotor stop is when it is manually turned almost to the end of the range and there is a dead zone. Try turning the head all the way to the left and right and then to center of the range and give it a few seconds and see if it kicks in.

If not, unscrew the whole sprinkler form the ground, unscrew the largest nut on the top and remove the inside (one piece with spring attached to it) and then put it back inside and replace the top nut. Replace the whole sprinkler and try again.

Hope that works!
Is the connection 3/4 inch?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2012
BEST ANSWER: yes it is.
Can the Weathermatic T3 pop up rotor with check valve be easily drained for winterization without being blown out?
Dale E on Jun 11, 2018
I believe the Weathermatic T3 must be blown out with compressed air to be properly winterized. In checking the product description, it states the check valve prevents unintentional draining. It is not a drain valve. I have some recent experience to support my answer. I live in a cold climate subject to freezing. Last fall, I blew out my system but did not realize I had a damaged rotor. Water remained in the line, froze and caused a break in the line which I had to repair this spring. While my system was professionally installed, I understand there are automatic drain valves which can be installed to prevent the problem I had. I hope this helps.
How do you change the Standard Ready Check check valve to a "check" position for the weathermatic t3 sprinkler?
Stanley F on Jul 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Unthread the large collar of the rotor and remove the internals from the case. At the bottom of the rotor is the filter screen and a small black disk that has 4 notches in it. Using a small flat blade screwdriver or something similar, pry out the disk and flip it over. Reinstall the internals in the case, and thread the collar back on hand tight. This will seal the bottom of the rotor when it is the down position. GL.
I am looking for this spray head, but for reclaimed water. Can you please help me?
Gavin S on Apr 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Works fine with water pulled from my lake
how do you adjust radius?
tom t on Oct 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Pull the head up and there is a collar that turns. (on the T-3 Adj.) If you turn the collar counter clockwise it increases the radius clockwise decreases the radius. There is also pictures on the backside of the shaft that show you what pattern you are adjusting to.
how to set sprinkler points?
Jerry R on Aug 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Easy to show someone but, Harder to explain on paper but I will Try. At the very top of the rotor you will see a + with arrow going to the left and a - going to the right. What that is explaining is the + shortens the radius and the - opens it up so like from a 45 to 35 degree angel you would turn left if you wanted a 100 degree angle you would turn it to the right. What I need you to turn is the ribbed part under the nozzel only. Not the whole rotor. The ribbed part there can be turned left and right and this opens or closes the radius of the pattern. After you have it set right you should be able to move it ( THE WHOLE ROTOR ITSELF) left to right real easy if when you are doing that the pattern is too small or too large you will need to adjust the ribbed part until it is correct. You will need to turn the rotor and it will make clicking noises to set the first part of the pattern. I am sorry if this is confusing. They are real easy once you know how.
how do I adjust the rotation to 180 degrees?
A shopper on Apr 27, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Has a grooved manual adjustment ring that you twist the turn the sprinkler manually back and forth until you get the desired path.
Is this the Turbo 3?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2012
BEST ANSWER: That's correct. This is the Turbo 3 Pop-Up Rotor.
My sprinkler head pops up and sprays but it will not rotate. What can I do to try to fix problem?
Bob F on Jul 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Don't buy weathermatic, I was replacing these heads atleast once every other year for that problem. Switched to Hunter from Home Depot.
how adjust arc
A shopper on May 27, 2011
BEST ANSWER: On the top is access for an Allen wrench (may have come with your purchase) through a small pre-cut "x" on top. Clockwise/tighten cuts distance and arc. Also, you can change the blue valve to one with lower flow rate (may have gotten some of those as well).
I am trying to identify a pop up sprinkler, it looks very like a weathermatic t3 of Rainbird of same design. I can not find any identification anywhere on the parts I can see. it is about 8-10 years old and works, but it is out of adjustment and I would like to readjust but have no directions to do so. i have pix if there is anyway to send to you?
A shopper on May 19, 2016
Does the hunter adjustment tool work with this and if not, does it come with a weathermatic tool? Also, do you sell this in stainless steel?
James B on Aug 12, 2015
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How do I get the blue valve secured into the the Rotor Head?
I see where my older unit has it screwed down to hold the blue valve (Nozzel) in. My T-3 came with 3 styles of nozzles of output (circle, almost square, and retangular looking). How do they all perform? I misplaced any instruction sheet when I ordered 2 of these T-3s from you. Thanks, David Ackley
David A on May 6, 2013

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