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Trigger Stuck When I turn on the water it shoots out and won't stop. There is no pressure with the trigger. There is a small metal pin that seems to stick everytime I apply the trigger. I have tried W-D but no results yet. HELP Steve

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You need to find the bypass (unloader) valve and grease it with a good waterproof grease. Sorry, I cannot find a pic for you

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