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I have gas and volts when pulling the trigger but the roller want turn.

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Check that the liner is fully plugged in and twisted to the correct position. Also, if there is a speed rheostat, give it a turn back and forth.

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Contacts of the main contact relay "CR-1" are likely fused together completing the circuit. Otherwise the trigger switch is fused closed.

The main contactor can sometimes be released, then dressing the contacts with a small point file (Small mill ******* about 1/4 inch wide and 1/16 inch thick.

Otherwise locating a contactor/relay of a suitable current rating with a control voltage/coil rating of 24 volts.

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The problem must be the solenoid valve. This one must be stuck and remains open always. Dirt or metal shavings can the reason.
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not a relay
is contactor
info on contactor
c atkins carlyle

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call or email the company,theyll be happy to see there consumer spending there hard earned money to buy parts ect.,and if you ask nice they ll prob ly throw in a manual too. hope this helps jojogunne.

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If you use it regularly, the liner should be replaced about every 6 months. Make sure you get a wiper for the wire. It goes inside the machine, on the wire, just before the feed rollers. It keeps the dust from clogging the liner.

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The only things I can think of are:
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