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Old 07-25-2011, 08:43 AM
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You could have a kink or rock somewhere restricting the flow enough to keep it from pushing all the heads up. Once you get them up and sealed it has enough pressure to make the rotors work. If you had a meter this would be an easy troubleshoot. I guess you could try smaller rotor nozzles and see if that works if not then you have a bottleneck somewhere.
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