I've got a tiny round spot in my backyard that I'm waterin' with a rotating sprinkler. The head's smack in the middle of the area, and it's the only one for that zone. The issue is the water from the sprinkler sprays outside the area, while the spot itself barely gets any. I figure it's 'cause of too much water pressure. So I'm thinkin' maybe I can hook up the lines for this spot and another to the same port, so they get watered at the same time. That might cut the water pressure and make it spray more even.
Is this gonna cause any issues?
Akria2023 Hey, Sir. You can certainly do that, it's a clever approach. However, I need to warn you - connecting two wires, no problem; three wires, probably fine; four wires, absolutely do not try it! That will burn down your warehouse.
Imolaza Thanks, already done it, worked great