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Chemical injector not working

Order new check valve and will not pick up chemical

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Check that the suction tube orifice is not clogged.

If there is no detergent , then filter on detergent suction tube may be clogged.Remove filter, clean with fine needle and rinse with warm water.

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Hi I had a look on the Cambell Hausfeld site. There is a similar problem and suggested solution on the following page of their website:

http://www.chpower.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/HelpView?storeId=10051&catalogId=10001&langId=-1&helpURL=email

Also if this isn't useful you could ask them a question at the following link:

http://www.chpower.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/HelpView?storeId=10051&catalogId=10001&langId=-1&helpURL=email

Hope this is some help. You can also find a manual for your pressure washer at their website.

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I prefer to use a pump up garden sprayer for all chemicals/cleaners. Always check prior to using the dispenser/injector that the agent you use won't adversely affect the pump.
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What type of chemical... perhaps the injector is being clogged.... something new to what you usually use ?

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I guess you have found out how to do this by now, but if not its quite easy. These instructions apply to all the Graco St series II sprayers, so the repair kit (Graco # 244-194) contains all the parts to service these different sprayers and you may not need them all for your pump. The back of the kit shows the order in which the parts are installed. Follow it carefully.

The first thing to do is open the repair kit and squirt engine oil into the blisters that contain the packings so that the leather packings soak it up while you are working. Note that the kit will not use all the parts, as it is good for several different pumps, so you need to keep a careful watch on which parts you need.

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Grip the inlet valve body (the lower tapered part) in the vice on the 2 flats. Unscrew the main body and set it aside, take the inlet valve housing out of the vice and remove the valve parts, noting the order of them; you will be reusing the valve seat and cage.

Put the main body upright in the vice and remove all the parts: Unscrew the brass packing nut and tap the piston out with a suitable tool, taking care to catch it. Remove the top packings and the O-ring on the end that goes into the inlet valve housing, clean the pump body including the outlet connection, and inspect the inside of the cylinder to check that it is not scored; if it is, you will have to replace it otherwise the scores will tear up the new packings.

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Clean the piston rod and check that the end that goes through the top packing is not scored and replace it if necessary. Rebuild the packings onto the rod being careful to use the correct spacer that goes on first; the thick one is for the rod that does not have a wiper at the other end. Do this with the flats in the end of the rod gripped in the vice. The packings must be installed so that the outer lips face up towards the end of the rod with the hole for the piston pin. The packings are three plastic and two leather between them supported at both ends by spacers. Before screwing in the outlet valve housing (the stud) that keeps the packings in place, check that the valve seat is OK, then install the wiper ring if there is one on the stud with the lips facing the opposite way from the other packings. Install the outlet ball and apply some Locktite on the screw threads and screw in the stud until it is firmly tight (Graco says 3 ft-lbs if you have a torque wrench).

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When you say nothing happened.
If the machine doesn't run at all, check the cord and plug.
If the machine doesn't pick up paint, read the following:

There are 2 steel balls inside the sprayer.
The first one is in the pipe at the first joint > this ball keeps prime in the pump head.
The second ball is 5" higher, and it is opened and closed by the prime valve
These balls can rust and then the sprayer needs to be replaced
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And the intake can be clogged with wasp nest or paint.

Let's say your prime valve is okay, and the pipe is not clogged.
Tap the pipe where the ball is located while the machine is running.
See if you can loosen the ball.
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