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What you are looking for is called the wall fitting for the air control knob. If you can email me a picture of the knob, topside and underside I can tell you who made it and if there are parts for it. send your pictures to: email@example.com
They are bad about leaking,you prob. need to replace the cartridge with new one. the seals in them get dry and shrink of they have been sitting in the box for a long time on the shelf or in a warehouse. you never know how long ago they were built and just sitting.
if this is the part I am thinking of it goes under the metal plate that lays in the housing you would need to have the tool in half and lift the plate and you will see a recess where they fit. if you are looking at the back of the gun it would be the left side of the housing. You can also try going to paslode.com and downloading a breakdown.
i had this happen myself a few months ago, power switch blew, i took the machine apart took out the power switch, and visited a few local electrical component suppliers, its a standard switch but its 2 stage single throw switch, home depot/Lowe's don't carry this type. ended up going to 3 diff suppliers and finally found a commercial supplier that had it connected the new one and now its fine, works better than the old one ever did. just make sure you bring the broken switch with you when you go to show them, most good suppliers can match it and see if they have one like it in stock.
I had the same problem. I solved it by re-attaching a device which had come undone. On the right hand side of the burner is a rod with a metal wire attached. This was lying loose. It should be fixed to a little grey clip which is itself attached to a a piece of metal. By re-fixing the clip and the rod to the clip it solved the problem. Hope this helps. I have photos of how it should look. email firstname.lastname@example.org for a JPG.
I believe this would be the cartridge behind the knob. Remove the knob and pull the cartridge out and do a little inspection. If you have hard water it is probably all fudged up. Change this part and your problem should be solved. Please rate! Thank you