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Sprayer wont spray or hold pressure

Sprayer wont hold pressure to spray anything out

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    I have the exact same problem, sprayer wont hold any pressure to spray

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We use the both the 425 and 475 solo sprayers most days at work and when they start to lose pressure ( after 6 months of daily professional use) we purchase a complete seal kit and put it through them. The only part I can't work out how to remove is the inside cylinder, other than that everything else is easily removed and replaced.

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After having the same problem,( no mention of this in manual),i sort help via internet. Someone had posted that a hammer and block of wood could be used, the 2x3 about a foot long is put through top of tank and on top of pressure cylinder.It does work, if you use a club hammer and the 3x2 oak, or similar! And the conviction to whack hard. Also helps if you block between underside of tank and the steel stand frame, reduces the bounce.Take care not to put block so small tube on underside of cylinder gets stopped.Good luck.

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