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Need replacement nozzle for the rotating arm

The nozzle from one end of the rotating arms is missing. Where can I get parts

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I found parts for the Nelson traveling sprinkler on ebay.

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Hi, W/D here.

Some arms are attached with caps, but usually the bottom arm attaches directly to the pump housing. I prefer to not remove the arm, as the "O" ring gasket that is part of the pump housing can be nearly impossible to get back in the grooves once it falls out.
There's still a good way of unstopping the various slots and nozzles. Use a paper clip, straightened into an "L", and use that to rake any debris out of the slots near the end of the arms. You can also use it to poke debris back through the nozzles. It may take a few times cleaning them to get it all. Several cycles should do it, however.
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Hello, W/D here.

Usually, the reason the arm doesn't spin is due to pluggage in the arm. The arm has two features, the spray nozzles, and the slots along the edges that cause them to move. Check your arms for pluggage. If you can remove it, do so and clean it over the sink. Use a toothpick to unplug the nozzles and slots. Pick out what you can, and backwash the slots and nozzles with water from the faucet. Washing several times gives better results. Wash back towards the center of the arms, and from the center out towards the tips. Some of what's missed the first round of washing will re-appear at the tips and nozzles, so it's important that you take your time, and be thorough.
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