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mrfrisco

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Tuesday, July 12th 2005, 11:28am

Disable Hunter PGP rotor??

I have couple of Hunter PGP rotors that I would like to disable (have no water flowing from them). They are located in the area where I keep my dog house and I would like for it to stay dry. I can compensate for the areas that it covers by adjusting some other heads. I recently ordered some supplies from Sprinkler Warehouse that included a set of nozzles, I was hoping there's was a nozzle that acted like a plug but no such luck. So is it possible to do this? I was thinking of placing a mortar block on top but I'm afraid this will damage it and/or not work. Any ideas appreciated.

Thanx

Wet_Boots

Supreme Member

Posts: 4,080

Location: Metro NYC

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Tuesday, July 12th 2005, 2:34pm

Take a nozzle you won't be using, and fill it with silicone caulk. Works like a charm.

mrfrisco

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3

Wednesday, July 13th 2005, 2:32am

Great idea! Thanx

toxin

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Posts: 8

Location: USA

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Sunday, July 24th 2005, 6:33pm

<font face="Courier New"></font id="Courier New">And also that most obvious answer to the question(not that the caulk idea is bad...i like that one) get a rack of hunter "low angle" nozzle, there is a "P" nozzle on there. I just call it a dummy nozzle

Jazzer K

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Posts: 37

Location: USA

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Friday, September 2nd 2005, 5:29pm

take out the head and put a threaded cap into the saddle !
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