10 June 2015
The first requirement for a rotary dryer is that it should actually rotate with a little breeze. Sadly, my newly-installed Lift-O-Matic 40 is very reluctant to spin. After carefully sledgehammering the soil spike into the lawn and achieving perfect all-round vertical positioning, I was very disappointed that the top section hardly moved in the breeze. Indeed, the whole vertical post rotated in the ground socket more than the top section did on the shaft. I could have understood if I had bodged the installation but my spirit level doesn't lie. Perhaps it will improve once worn-in a little.
A note from the team
We're sorry that it's not started well but please come back to us if it doesn't improve.