I have an oscillating sprinkler that I use quite a bit. It's pretty versatile, and I believe it waters pretty evenly. However, when I water a fairly large area(my front lawn) it takes about 5 hours to put down an inch of water. Is there anything I can do to increase the water pressure. I'd sure like to be able to put down in inch in no more that 3 hours. When I set it on the minimum amount of oscillation I can put down an inch in 2 hours, so that works fairly well for other sections of my lawn. It seems that last year it only took about 3 hours to put down an inch on my front lawn, and an hour to put down an inch with the minimum amount of oscillation. It seems I've lost some pressure along the way. I did go to one of those timers that has 4 cycles/day, 7 days a week, so maybe that's somehow inhibiting my water pressure. I appreciate your comments/suggestions.