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Saturday, March 19th 2005, 4:16pm

by Wet_Boots

Don't waste your time wondering why a modern gear-drive head stopped turning. Just switch them out like burnt out light bulbs. They are not designed to be disassembled.

Monday, March 14th 2005, 2:12am

by drpete3

I dont think you can. Not sure

Saturday, March 12th 2005, 8:53am

by Gregg

OK - Thanks for the info. I unscrewed the top assembly. I would like to take it apart to see what went bad inside. What's the best way to take it apart?

Thanks,
Greg

Monday, March 7th 2005, 6:35am

by drpete3

Yes. Buy new and unsrew the top assembly from housing and do the same to the broken heads and replace.

Saturday, March 5th 2005, 4:17pm

by Gregg

Rainbird 5000 not rotating

I bought a house with 110 heads many of which are Rainbird 5000 rotating heads. I have a few that are not rotating any longer. What is the best way to repair these? Can it be done without removing the entire assembly.

Thanks for the help.

-- greg