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The adjustable stator is preset at the factory to match the nozzle installed in the rotor. The purpose of the stator is to maintain a consistent and desirable speed of rotation. Rotors that turn too fast cannot reach their published radius distance. Rotors that turn too slow will irrigate with a higher precipitation rate per revolution causing wet spots and run-off.

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Prior to removal of the upper snap-ring assembly, the rubberized logo cap must be removed and the riser assembly must be pressed below the snap-ring’s rubberized seal. If the procedure below is not followed, the upper snap-ring assembly cannot be removed from the G900 Series rotors:

 

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Caution! The riser assembly is under spring tension. Eye protection should be worn and safe-handling procedures followed when servicing this product.

Tools Needed (varies with riser model)

• T-Handle Tool – PN 053191

• Hunter Wrench – PN 461720

• Snap-ring Tool – PN 052510

• Needle-Nose Pliers

• Flat Blade Screwdriver

• Phillips Screwdriver

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In hydraulic installations, the flange compartment should be used to make the Control Tubing connections to the rotor. This allows for tubing connections, pressure tests and flushing of the control lines - all without digging.

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Electric Valve-In-Head TTS rotors are equipped with a selector to control operation of the rotor. The selector is located on the flange compartment’s lid. From the factory, the selector is set to the AUTO position which is located midway between the ON and OFF positions (fig 1).

Several tools are available to make ON-AUTO-OFF selections:

 

• T-Handle Tool – PN 053191

• Hunter Wrench – PN 461720

• Snap-ring Tool – PN 052510

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STEP ONE STEP TWO

1. From the home screen start by pressing the "Options" button.

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STEP ONESTEP TWO

The I-90 turf cup kit attaches to the top of the rotors riser assembly.

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The stainless steel option on Hunter rotors offers mutliple benefits, here are a few:

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Water enters the valve from the system main line and exerts a force against the center of the valve’s diaphragm. A small orifice in the diaphragm allows the water to flow through to the upper chamber between the diaphragm and the bonnet. The water continues to travel on through a port in the bonnet to the solenoid area. The solenoid has a light spring loaded metal piston that, when the valve is closed, covers the inlet port hole.

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