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Is there someplace to buy a whole rubber washer repair/rebuild kit for a Roundup 4gal BP sprayer? It's square and was built in 2005 unlike the rounded newer ones. thx joe


I've found buying one thats too big and cutting it to size and shape works best on my sprayer. You could go for a sheet of rubber and cut it all out with an exacto knife too.

May 13, 2014 | Roundup Garden

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My sprayer is new, but does not keep the pressure, any idea's? It's a 2 gal, pump up type sprayer.


Check under the lid/cover for a rubber gasket. This may have gotten unseated when putting the sprayer top on. It must form a tight seal around the lip of the sprayer top in order to keep the pressure. Alternative: Put water in the sprayer leaving some air on top to build pressure. Put a few drops of dish soap inside and gently stir. Put the cover on, and tilt the sprayer to coat all areas at the top. Start pumping and see where the bubbles come out---there is your leak. If it is near where the sprayer hose enters, and it is a permanent mount, you may have a bad seal. If the sprayer hose unscrews, you may need a new rubber washer inside. If bubbles come out of the wand, or other plastic seams, you may have a crack in the plastic. Depending on the location, you could epoxy over the crack to seal it permanently. Good luck.

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How do you refill roundup pump and go container with sprayer, cant work it out. IT WOULD BE A GOOD IDEA IF MANUFACTURES GAVE INSTRUCTIONS HEY.


Any Roundup Weed & Grass Killer RTU can be refilled with the new 1.25 gallon Roundup Weed & Grass RTU Refill bottle OR use Roundup Super Concentrate (purple cap).

Directions to Refill with Roundup Super Concentrate
  • 24oz RTU: 1 oz of RoundUp Super Concentrate, fill with water very slowly to avoid foaming.
  • 1/2 Gallon RTU: 2 1/2 fl. oz. of Roundup Super Concentrate and slowly add 1/2 gallon of water
  • 1 or 1.1 Gallon RTU: 5 oz RoundUp Super Concentrate, fill slowly with 1 gallon of water
  • 1.33 Gallon (PNS & PNG): Add 6.5 fl oz of the Super Concentrate to container and slowly fill with water

Apr 24, 2011 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

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Roundup 2 Gallon Sprayer -- must have exceeded pressure. Now it will not hold ptessure. Gasget seal seems OK is there any "reset"


Hi,
There is a built in relief valve that is not keeping the pressure in...
these are very cheap plastic valves and so there probably is no fixing it...
I would buy another roundup with the sprayer and then dump the contents from the bad one into the new one ... the stuff does not go bad...

heatman101

Sep 18, 2010 | Garden

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I can't get the Roundup Professional Sprayer to


Put a little wd-40 or light oil down in the plunger shaft to get the leathers on the pump plunger to seal back against the cylinder wall. Work it a little and u will feel the pressure come back. Maybe some dish soap would work too if u like bubbles.

ballping

Jul 15, 2010 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

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How much roundup to 1 gal water forwatering can use


6 fluid ounces of Roundup (12 tablespoons) per gallon of water. Small weed seedlings can be killed with half this strength: 3 ounces per gallon. When using Roundup Super Concentrate, mix 2.5 ounces (5 tbsp.) with a gallon of water to control most weeds and a half-strength solution for small weeds. Roundup Pro Concentrate is the strongest solution available. Spray a mixture of 2 ounces (4 tbsp.) on weeds and half that amount of concentrate on emerging plants. Since Roundup doesn't discriminate between weeds and other plants, use the least amount of herbicide possible to protect desirable vegetation.

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How much roundup to 5L of water so I can spray


If you're using pro-roundup or agriculture level roundup mix 1 Cup of roundup to 5 gallons of water. This will give you a mixture between 1% and 2% which will kill most undesirables and anything else that picks up the spray.

Jan 21, 2010 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

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Calipers are hung up


This usually happens after a long period of storage: the first time you apply the brakes, they fail to release their grip on the brake rotors. Moisture in the system causes corrosion to develop which prevents the caliper pistons from retracting when the brake lever (or brake pedal) is released.

What you need to do is take the calipers apart and remove the pistons. With the pistons removed, carefully pry out the rubber piston seals and soak everything in soapy water. Using a dental instrument or similar device, be sure to clean all of the corrosion from the groove where the piston seal fits into the caliper. Replace the seal and reassemble everything using clean DOT3 brake fluid as it goes back together.

Refill the system with new brake fluid and bleed out the air. Once completed, your brakes should work like new.

Oct 24, 2009 | 1979 Honda GL 1000 (K3)

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How do i replace the front caliper seal on 06 malibu maxx??????


while the seals in the calipers are replaceable, its probably easier just to get a new/re manufactured caliper. if for any reason the seals don't work perfectly you could lose control of the vehicle when attempting to stop. with that said i'll try to explain the best i can how to replace the seals in the calipers for that vehicle.

1. jack up the front of the vehicle, place on jackstands and remove the front wheels, make sure the parking brake is on
2. unbolt the caliper and unbolt the brake line from the caliper and take caliper to a clean bench
3. remove the dust boot retaining ring on the caliper that holds the boot to the caliper itself
4. using a blowgun with a rubber tip apply low pressure compressed air where the brake line was bolted to the caliper to push the piston out of the bore (be carefull and ready because the piston may shoot out with some force)
5. when the piston comes out you will need to replace the dust boot and the seal so remove the boot and seal carefully so you don't scratch the piston ( the seal is actually in the caliper piston bore hole)and throw out the old seal and boot.
6. inspect all the surfaces and make sure there are no imperfections at all on the piston, the piston bore, or the caliper, if the surfaces are marred in anyway, replace the caliper, if they are good, using brake cleen and compressed air clean all parts then dry them
7. get the new seal and lubricate with DOT 3 brake fluid
8. install new seal into the caliper bore
9. apply a thin coat of DOT 3 brake fluid to the piston itself
10. install bottom half the the caliper piston into the caliper bore.
11. install new dust boot seal onto the piston
12. compress the piston to the bottom of the caliper bore
13. fully seat the dust boot seal into the caliper and install retaining ring
14. reinstall on vehicle (make sure to use a NEW copper washer on the brake line to caliper fitting) and bleed the braking system while checking for leaks.

repeat process for the other side.

if the caliper leaks at all from the piston after seal replacement, replace the caliper.

make sure you properly bleed the brakes before attempting to drive your car.

*these direction were extracted from personal experience and manufacturer information*

any other questions just ask!


Feb 20, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx

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