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Immediate pressure loss

I pump to full pressure and it holds. Immediately after operating the spray lever pressure is completely lost via air (no fluid) passage through the spray nozzle. Pressure is lost in less than two seconds. All connections are tight and appear to be sealed.

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    David Johnson May 11, 2010

    have you used this before and it worked? I am just trying to help I do not expect anything in return, but it should have a peice plastic pipe inside the bottle that runds from the hose to the bottom of it, If it is leaking where it connects, or if it is missing that is what would happen. Hope this helps you out, If not God bless you and good luck :)

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Your dip tube inside the tank has come loose or has a leak near the top. instead of fluid being pushed up the dip tube into the wand hose the air in the tank is just escaping. You will have to remove the wand hose and figure out where the leak is and fix the dip tube.

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