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Saturday, April 28th 2012, 4:37pm

by Central Irrigation

Unscrew the radius adjustment screw until it clears the clears the nozzle. Use a sheet rock screw and thread it into the nozzle hole and pull it out. It will damage the nozzle, so if you plan on reusing it, this won't work. The other option is to turn the zone on and undo the screw. If you have enough pressure, the nozzle will shoot out. Keep an eye out for where it goes!

Saturday, April 28th 2012, 1:44pm

by mikes (Guest)

toro 800 nozzle

What is the best method for removing the nozzle from the Toro 800?