Broken or Inoperable Rotor Heads

Broken or Inoperable Rotor Heads

Upon inspection, a Rotor Head may be found to be broken or inoperable.  The most common observations include:

  • Broken Head – due to external forces – snow plow, lawn mower, vandalism, accidental damage by human or animal, driving over while operating.
  • Bad Seal – due to intrusion of sand or grit, aging/dried-out seal, external forces, such as stepping on or driving over while operating.
  • Not Rotating – due to wear and tear, sand or grit, damaged caused by external forces.

Ultimately, the easiest and most cost-effective solution is to replace the head.  New rotor heads come with a one year warranty on parts and labor and installation takes about the same amount or less time than repairing a damaged rotor head.


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