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Thursday, June 14th 2012, 7:23pm

by teamo

What model heads are they? I just had that problem with my Hunter PGP rotors. They Have been in the ground for about 9 years. They have some repair parts available but considering the age I just replaced them. Before you do anything take the heads apart and flush everything out with water. Sometimes debris can get into them and cause a leak at the seal. If that doesn't work then replace the bad heads.

Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 8:30am

by GatorGuy

Rotors are not usually repairable on the component level. Sounds like your seal is worn out, which will happen after a period of time.
Find the same model, swap guts.

Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 8:22am

by Donnie (Guest)

I have several, two, sprinkler heads leaking while the system is in operation. It appears to be comming from around the pop up section of the rotating head.

How do i repair the leaking rotating head? It leakes only when in operation around the actual pop up head.