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User manual paint sprayer #DH-3000, Campbell Hausfeed

Need to know pressure needed & how much to dilute latex paint

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Operating manual for campbell hausfeed paint sprayer # DH -3000


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Let me start by saying these types of paint sprayers are not usually recommended for painting large things like room walls because you're going to spend a lot of time refilling the paint cup. The cup only holds 20 ounces of paint and that won't go very far on your walls. If all your paint isn't mixed and properly thinned at the same time your walls could end up with a checker board look. You would usually be way further ahead to rent an airless paint sprayer.
If you have to use it; first run your paint through a paint strainer, avaliable at any paint or box store (The Home Deopt, Lowes, etc). Even new paint has impurities that will clog paint guns. It's highly recommended you mix in a paint conditioner like Flotrol but not absolutely necessary. Next, you're going to have to experiment with the consistency of the paint to get a good even flow out of the gun. The thinner you have to make the paint to get a good flow, the lighter and more coats you're going to have to apply. It's also recommended to run a paint soaked roller over the wall right after you spray it to even out the paint and remove any overlap marks.

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My disposal just hums. It doesn't seem to be jammed, and the reset button doesn't fix it. It rotates in both directions freely when using the Allen wrench. I noticed also that the PVC pipes were corroded...


1) As a former house-painter I can say that latex paint is water soluble and would never dry inside damp environment like a disposal. It would simply dilute and wash down the drain. If water still goes down the drain, then there's no latex paint in there.

2) Latex would not gum up the bearings either since the motor and bearings are sealed apart from the chop and drain areas. And the wrench rotates easily so the bearings are fine.

3) It sounds like your disposal just stopped working. Motors slow down and begin to overheat, and eventually all motors stop working.
There are no repair parts for disposals.

4) The renter is not to blame. The leaking tubular drain pipes say that general property maintenance is behind schedule, so it would be hard to collect damages in front of a judge.
On the positive side, the leak did not cause major damage to the cabinet and floor, and I've seen that problem a lot, and it's expensive to repair. So if problem is just the disposal, then that's cheap enough to fix yourself.

5) I wrote EZ steps for replacing disposal plus tips for permanently fixing tubular pipes from days when I worked apartment maintenance. This information could be a money-saver.
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What is the correct concistancy the paint needs to be mixed at for the dynatec psg 45 electric spray gun


It depends on 3 things.
What you are painting.
Whether you are applying latex, oil-base, or primer.
What size TIP you are using.
We use spray equipment and use size 17 and 19 for latex, and 11 for oil.
Double-check the size that came with your gun and look at tips at Home Depot.
Old tips wallow out and the spray pattern is irregular/uneven and the gun blows out too much paint and our material costs go up.

The manual says "dilute correspondingly"
http://www.airless.com.au/Airless%20Sprayer.pdf
Let's say you are spraying oil-base stain: I would NOT dillute this material.
Oil-base primer: 1 thinner to 4 paint
Latex primer: use a roller and brush so you have a good undercoat for the paint.
Oil-base paint: I would add 1/8 thinner with 1 paint, and be careful of runs
Latex stain: try 1 water to 4 stain
Cheap interior flat latex: 1 water to 4 paint
Latex semi-gloss interior: 1-1/8 to 4 paint and apply very thin coats and let dry between coats.
Cheap exterior flat latex: 1+ to 4 paint, and add more or less water as needed
Good exterior latex paint: use a roller and brush because the purpose of latex exterior pain is to apply heavy protective coat over outdoor materials ... dilluted exterior latex will not give sun and mildew protection.
We use heavy spray equipment and apply exterior latex straight form the can. It's the only way to give lasting job, unless you're doing a temporary playhouse.

The key to successful spraying is to strain your paint to get out the lump and clogs - BEFORE putting paint into the gun.
We always strain the paint unless it's a freshly opened can.
If can was opened yesterday, we strain it.
That because paint gets a dry film that will clog the sprayer.

First you need to mix your material, so you need a couple buckets.
Pour the paint and thinning material in 1 bucket, and then to mix, pour back and forth between two or three buckets. This action will mix the paint thoroughly and save you an hour of rotating a paint stir stick.
Next, you need to strain the paint.
Wash out a 5-gallon bucket.
Buy 5 gallon strainer that fits into bucket.
Pour material into bucket with strainer, lift strainer up and then grab end of strainer and squeeze out all the paint.
Immediately put lid over paint so no drying film will form.
Wash out strainer.
You're ready to put paint in spray gun.

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Having trouble getting a good spray pattern when I use thick latex


You have two choices to fix this problem: First thin the paint and/or add a conditioner like Floetrol to make the paint flow properly. Second, use a tip with a bigger opening. On sprayer tips there is a three digit number (.ABC). The first number (A) is one half the spray pattern size when held 12 inches from the wall. A two will give you a four inch pattern, five will give you a ten inch pattern, etc. The last two numbers (BC) are the oriface size. For latex you should be using at least a .017 or .019 tip but if the paint has to be very thick you may need a .021 or larger.

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