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Sunday, August 1st 2004, 3:28pm

by hjc13

Thank you for the reply, I appreciate your feed back. I guess it just takes some practice.

Thursday, July 29th 2004, 4:54am

by mburnickas

the other was is to unscrew the screw, turn on the water and pull out the nozzle with pliers (using the nozzle tabs/ears).

Monday, July 26th 2004, 5:02pm

by hjc13

PGP Nozzles

Hi All! I installed my first set of Hunter PGP rotors this evening (with success!) After testing the zone, I decided to exchange two regular nozzles with two Low Angle nozzles. How do you get the original nozzle out of the sprinkler head without damaging it? I loosened the set screw from the top and turned the zone on with hopes of the nozzle shooting out. That didn't work. I finally got the nozzles out with a pair of needle nose pliers. The nozzles didn't look to pretty after that. Thanks for your help! How about removing PGJ nozzles?