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Titan LX-50 spray gun removed filter housing I then remove the plastic nut that is screwed into the housing that turned out to be a tube with a spring and a ball bearing along with looks like a round brass part that holds the ball bearing. Then this other round part with a hole in the middle fell out when I turn the gun over but not sure if it came out of the tube along with the other parts. This is what I need to no in what order does it all back into the tube. thank you Robertfor the Help.

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If your talking about removing the bottom, main spray arm for the MDB7100AWB, in the middle there's the little hole with a plastic cog, button, whatever you want to call it that you can grab in pull up and spin, but this is just a spray jet and has nothing to do with removing the arm. But, around that hole in the middle is a disc that is somewhat flat and only sticks up about an 1/8 of an inch from the arm, this is what you need to unscrew to remove the arm. It almost looks like part of the arm (especially if it's caked with detergent), but it's actually the screw fastener that holds the arm on.  Just muscle that disc, turning counterclockwise, and it should unscrew, then you can remove the main arm unit.

For the top arm, it just pulls straight down and pops out.  You feel like it's about to break, but then it just pops out.  To put it back in, it just snaps in when you push it in.
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After some additional experimenting, contrary to information I was previously able to gather, I discovered that the white plastic retainer doesn't (in this type of Moen faucet) actually screw off but rather is held in place by a spring clip inserted from the rear of the retainer (toward the wall side of the basing). Simply sticking a small screwdriver in the opening (approx. 45 degrees downward) and tipping the screwdriver toward the front of the faucet, snaps the spring clip out through the opening.
The plastic retainer than lifts off. Note: the flat sides on the retainer suggest that a wrench will be needed but such is not the case.

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Hey paul its paul. I posted on here so hopefully you will give me some feedback. That is a very nice gun. One of my favorite. I'm guessing you know how to use a HVLP gun but if not here are a few tips. Make sure it is clean. Very clean. Your gun probably came with a manual, you should read it. It will help you greatly. First off, you want to have a regulator, about 40 psi is what i start with. You need a space you can practice some painting before laying down a new coat on the corvette. Haha. So next you will have a pressure adjustment knob, you want to start with this all the way closed and with the trigger pulled, just half way so just air is coming out adjust the air until it sounds even. Next you can try to spray. If it seems like the Fan, like the width is not enough you can adjust the fan, another knob, closer to the back of the gun, you ussually want about 5-6 inches of fan, if you are spraying at the normal 6-8 inches back from the piece. Last adjustment is the fluid adjustment, you want to put on a decent amount of paint, clear or primer, and not cause runs. This is going to take some practice because everyone moves at a different speed.

So you are going to have to play with your gun and figure out which knob does what. After that these instructions should get you a bit further, with some practice you will be laying down a nice paint job in no time.

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it does press out/in, but they can get stuck. u are using a hydraulic bearing press?

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