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Campbell Hausfeld HD4200 spray gun. Will not spray plain water. no siphon effect at feeder tube. What to check?


Check for air leaks above the top of the feeder tube. If it leaks air there, then no suction. Bad gaskets often cause this.

Oct 28, 2016 | Campbell Hausfeld Air Tools & Compressors

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Does oil paint sticks dry slow?


Yes, Oil paint sticks have a slow drying time just like oil paint in a tube which gives you plenty of time to create your painting.

Feb 03, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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What cleaner should i use to clean my sprayer after using latex paint?


Clean it once with water then remove the filters and clean it a second time.
When we store our machines for an extender time we use mineral spirits, even better is to add a small amount of motor oil to the paint thinner ( mineral spirits) to keep the leather packings from drying out.
Even with doing you best job cleaning there is a good chance the inlet ball will stick when you start the machine up. To fix this problem tap the inlet with a hammer. Some machine have built in plungers to do this.

Jan 23, 2013 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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No siphon Titan 4900 xlt


Airless Paint sprayers have two check balls that push the paint through the system. If one or both are either blocked open by anything or frozen on their seats by dried paint or hard water, the machine will do what you are describing. First with the machine running in water, try hitting the pump unit smartly with a hammer. The object is to knock the ball(s) lose without damaging the pump. If it frees up and starts pumping, run a cleaner through the unit to get everything out. If it does not start pumping, you are going to have to go inside to find out if the check balls are blocked or if the packings are damaged to the point they won't move paint anymore.

Jan 13, 2013 | Titan Air Tools & Compressors

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Sprayer will not stop pumping when switched to pump mode after primed it will not shut down it just keeps pumping. .


Paint sprayer.
Flip lever down to prime > paint comes out small plastic hose.
Flip lever up to put pressure on spray line.

Problem: prime keeps running and spray line never gets pressure.

Future solution:
You did not clean sprayer very well last time, or it is rusted. When cleaning, run full 5 gallons of cleaner through machine twice.
You should fill spray line and pump with kerosene if machine sits idle more than few days.
We all forget.

Good news: you have prime. If machine doesn't prime, you probably have to disassemble.

More good news: There are two steel balls inside pump. Tap top one with hammer to loosen. Keep machine running. Keep lever up. Start tapping top one. Tap a little harder... keep tapping ... sometimes it will not free up ... take apart pipe and see if you can nudge ball loose >> be careful not to scratch anything... the sprayer is high pressure and all parts have to fit
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Oct 07, 2010 | Garden

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Wagner paint crew won't build pressure or shut off. Can I test the outlet valve or the inlet valve? Or just start buying parts and hope I get the right one. ??/ Thanks..


1. Does it pump paint in PRIME position. If yes, then the outlet valve assembly may be stuck or bad.

2. If it won't pump paint in the PRIME position, the inlet valve may be stuck, just poke your finger down the inlet hole (machine off) . It is spring loaded and should move about an 1/8".

3. The worst option is the pump piston if froze. To check: remove the plastic hopper assembly, comes off with about 4 screws from underneath. The whole thing just pulls off. Now you can see the inlet assembly with two O rings. Use the white plastic hex shaped tool comes with the spray, and stuck on the lower base of the unit. Unscrew the inlet assembly. If clean enough, you can see the end of the piston. It's about a 1/4" diameter. Turn the machine on for a moment and you shoud see the piston move back on forth. If it doesn't the piston is froze. Good Luck with that.

Dec 08, 2009 | Wagner Power Products 0154842 Medium Spray...

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Airless sprayer will not prime Model AL230502LX


Check for a plunger on the bottom of the machine. Pump it several times and try to prime with water. Also, if there is difficulty priming after trying the plunger, switch on in prime, and cycle to paint, back to prime,paint,prime. After several tries, leave it in prime with the pickup tube in water, and pump the plunger again. If this doesn't help, disconnect the hose fron the pump and try again. If you're getting water now, the issue is down the hose, or at the roller/gun.
Hope this helps! --W/D--

Jul 12, 2009 | Campbell Hausfeld Airless Spray Guns &...

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Spray is very fine or not spraying


Any air leaks in the suction portion of the machine will cause it not to spray or spray weak. This is a airless paint spray correct? Your paint should be at least thin down using 1 gallon of water for a 5 gallons of paint. I find Baer paint is even thicker and had to slowly add more water.

To check if it is your paint. Fill a bucket of just water and see if it will spray your water. Of course after it gets a good prime. Let it recirculate until the water is coming out of the bypass as a solid stream. If it does not spray water then you have either a air leak or your pump packing needs replacement.

Let me know the results and the make and model of the machine.

Mar 20, 2009 | Binks Air Tools & Compressors

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The pump "stuck"


I think you do know that you did not properly flush and clean the pump after the last
time you used it......If it is a diaphragm pump, remove the inlet valve and make sure
the valve and spring are perfectly clean....Soak it in paint remover for a day or so
if needed.....Remove the retaining nut which is covering the outlet valve......Clean the
very, very small ball and spring....DO NOT LOSE....Replace all parts when clean....
Also check your hydraulic fluid in the pump's sump.......If it is a piston pump, remove
the inlet valve and make sure the ball is free and not stuck to its seat.....Tilt the pump
on its back and look up into it.....With a pencil see if the other small ball in the piston
is also free....Try to pump warm water through the cleaned pump....Without hose or gun......If it pumps fluid, replace hose and gun without spray tip....Test for flow again.
Then finally replace the spray tip......Chase out the water with the paint.....
The Pump Doctor

Sep 28, 2008 | Wagner 1/2HPPaint Pump Sprayer

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