Re: Unused Head
Originally Posted by JimsCAL
Personally I would first try it see how it works. Worst case is you need to buy a rebuild kit and put it in.
The parts that wear-out/break-down are usually the rubber bits. If the head really hasn't been used at all the main things that do the rubber bits are ozone and/or hydrocarbon fumes. Since these bits are buried deep in the head's mechanism, they probably haven't had too much exposure to such. See if it pumps water (both into and out of the bowl). If it does, you're golden. If it doesn't, buy a rebuild kit and consider yourself lucky that you don't have to rebuild a head that HAS been used.
Never forget them. Do something to prevent it from happening again.
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