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Spraying troubles When I spray my xr 7 the paint is coming out fine EXCEPT so does a lot of additional paint. When spraying the paint just runs out of the rim of the orange guard, never has done this before. Paint sprays out fine just more then going on walls in running on floor. The attachment is tight, checked and double checked. HELP!

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Off hand I would say that you have the wrong spray tip for the paint that you are spraying or that the tip is worn. Another thing that it could be is the little piece of rubber behind the tip is worn or missing. My first suggestion is check the tip size with the recomendations of the paint that you are spraying (You will find this on any specification sheet from the paint manufacturer.. If the size is correct replace the tip. A new gasket comes with a new tip. Hope this helps.

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