Question about Titan 700258 - Bypass Prime Valve
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Titan 440i wont turn on....
Your Transducer is shot the 440i has had this problem since inception. Now they are getting part made elsewhere. Your 440i has a four year warranty. it is covered the part if you dont have warranty cost 85.00 US. It is not a hard thing to replace on your own about 12 min. and your set.
Sincerely Steve Winters
Posted on May 29, 2009
If an airless paint sprayer won't prime it's usually because one or both check balls are stuck. First try hitting the head where the pump is sharply with a hammer, hard enough to knock the balls loose but not so much that you do any damage to the pump. If that doesn't free them up you may have to take the pump apart and clean them and their seats.
If an airless paint sprayer won't develop pressure, it's usually because the packing rnigs are damaged or collapsed. The only way to check this is to totally disassemble the pump and check them. Also look for any damage to the piston and cylinder. They must be very smooth and shiney, if they are scored they will eat up any new packing rings you put in.
Posted on Jul 19, 2012
When you switch it from prime to paint and it's still running:
- If paint/water continues to come out of the prime tube, your prime valve isn't seating properly and needs to be replaced.
- If you get a little pressure at the paint gun but it is surging, your packings, most likely the lower set, are damaged and letting most of the paint leak back past them. Packing/seal kits are available for your machine. Use all parts in the kit and grease/lubricate all of the parts well. Inspect the piston and cylinder for scoring or pitting that can damage new seals. They should be mirror smooth for proper operation and life of the seals.
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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