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Tuesday, May 7th 2013, 11:26am

by mrfixit

You pretty much answered your own question. Once a PGP starts acting up like that, the only sure cure is to replace the head.
The gears inside wear out over time and the head wont turn.

Tuesday, May 7th 2013, 9:17am

by v27v (Guest)

Hunter PGP not rotating at all (6 head failures at once)

I am thinking something else is up here besides broken heads (like I am doing something else wrong) since seeing as this is >80% failure, all at the same time.

The heads pop up normally, they just don't move/rotate.

As far as troubleshooting, I've tried the following
  • rotating the heads one click to the right
  • adjusting the degree of rotation knob (the one with the +/-, not the house icon.
  • replacing two of the heads (which now work flawlessly
Any input on what might be wrong/how to fix?