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Took the gun apart to clean cant remember how it go?

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  • joey Jul 14, 2013

    I need a complete diagram of how this paintgun is put together cleaned it and now can't remember how to put it back together.

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How do you take this hvlp gun apart for proper cleaning of the spray gun?


I've found over the years the least amount of times you can tear a spray gun completely apart the better. Usually a real good 'flushing' with lacquer thinner will suffice. I will take the air cap off and let it soak in thinner to dislodge any build up but other than that, I simply run thinner thru till it runs clear out the tip.

I also 'back flush' which involves having thinner in the cup and the air supply hose attached. the air pressure should be adjusted quite a bit lower than what you use for spraying paint.

Then you place a clean shop towel or rag over the air cap of the gun and pull the trigger. This forces air back into the paint cup 'back flushing' the gun. Then take the rag away from the cap and pull the trigger again to run thinner thru the gun the normal way.

IF you still want to tear the gun apart for cleaning you can hopefully get some idea with this video link;

Quick Easy Way to Clean HVLP Spray Gun

Hope this helps.

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Kobalt gravity spray gun and I have a little air that comes out constantly. Why is that and how do I stop it? Thanks


You must be using a "turbin" which is different and better than a compressor however a turbin runs all the time and air must escape from it unlike a compressor with an airtank the shuts off after the desired pressure is reached it shuts it self off then turns back on with tank pressure drops below what you have set it at- a turbin reaches the pressure you set the regulater at and maintains it constantly NEVER STOP THE AIR FROM PASSING THRU IT in fact a lot of times i do this to remove any dust i may have missed so evrything is working like it should on yr sprayrig..

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We are having trouble getting the spray gun to pull the paint through. It will spray air but does not spray paint.


when you pull the trigger can u see the needle moving backward? if so, then it's either the paint is too thick compare to the nozzle size or the passage for paint is blocked. try to take the nozzle, needle and the cup off and give it a good clean!

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I bought a psh1 to spray latex as the reviews


Hi


What size is the jet?
What compressor pressure are you using, LOW is good >20PSI
You will need quite a large jet for latex paint even thinned. I have tried a 1.8mm jet and that still clogs!! Consult your local spray painter with what size jet you need.

I am betting the standard size of 1.5mm is way too small, that type of gun is fine with the correct jet size.

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