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Paint spray nozzle - how do I know which nozzle is which - external mix or internal mix?

My sprayer has two nozzles, one is for Internal mix pressure, and the other is for External mix pressure. How do I know which is which?

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Top one should be paint flow and the bottom one should be air flow. that is how my gun works anyway. Hope this helps you out. mine is a siphon type gun may be different for a gravity gun. Mike

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