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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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Which connection is the suction and which is the discharge for this model pump?

Inlet/Suction is always the port that is Horizontal.
Discharge/Pressure is normally Vertical.
So to answer your question specifically about this pump: The answers are above.
For others that may have a pump body that rotates, the discharge/outlet/pressure can/may also by choice, be horizontally exiting. But the horizontal port for discharge will now be "Perpindicular" to the motor vs. "Parallel" with the motor.
A "Horizontal" port Parallel with the motor will always be "Suction/Inlet"

May 02, 2014 | Hayward SP3007 10AZ Super II Pump 1Horse...

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My titan 330 airless paint spray will not shut off while primming

Airless paint sprayers should not turn off while in prime mode. As long as the prime valve is open the motor can pump paint but the system will not build any pressure. Once the prime valve is closed the pump should pump paint into the hose until it gets to the pressure level required to turn the motor off. If the pump does not turn off with the prime valve closed, it could be that the spring in the valve is weak and won't hold the valve closed under pressure. If the hose is up to pressure and the motor just keeps trying to pump paint, you may have a bad pressure sensor or it is disconnected from the circuit board.

Jul 10, 2012 | Air Tools & Compressors

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Spray painting

It depends on what kind of spray gun you have. If you have a HVLP gun the pressure doesn't have to be as high, but you need a compressor that will keep up. The pressure is usually pretty low on these guns, about 15 PSI or less. The paint manufacture will usually give you a recommended pressure to paint their paint. A normal (old style) suction type gun takes more pressure, about 50 PSI. If you are asking this to decide on a compressor size, you will find that a one horse motor on a two cylinder compressor will not keep up. The newer supposedly five horsepower compressor will not keep up consistant pressure either. You need a five horsepower that runs on 220 and driving a belt driven two cylinder compressor minimum. You can get by on less, but have to wait half way during a coat on a car to wait on the compressor to catch up. This may be o.k. if you are just going to paint one car, but if you are looking to do this consistantly, then I would get a five horsepower motor on a two stage compressor. Make sure you drain the air tank of water and use a good air filter to remove moisture from the air before trying to paint. Hope some of this helps you.

Feb 16, 2012 | Bernina Sewing Machines

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What is the best setting for spraying dupont imron urathane enamel with the 92s activator

because you used activator so the paint will be dried fast, therefore u probably want to paint it in a fast pace. set inlet air pressure at 2 bar, fluid control all the way until the trigger is loose. fan all the way open. paint it closer then normal and move fast.....i dont use activator but that's probably how i would do.

Sep 05, 2011 | Binks Model 7 Conventional Suction Feed...

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Pump won't pick up cleaning fluid thru plastic suction tube.. Troy Built with 5 hp engine

The suction tube connects to a small brass piece that has a ball valve. When pump pushes water down hose, it creates suction on the ball valve. The ball valve has to be the right size. Too large, no suction, too small, no suction. The entire world of electronics is based on similar principle.

When the ball valve wears out, or gets clogged, the pump pressure is not able to lift fluid. Try cleaning valve, but my bet is you need a new part with the ball valve.

Oct 06, 2010 | Garden

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Mine is a C-H PaintPro; .40gpm, 3/4hp, 2800psi, but it won't build up and hold pressure as indicated by the loud clicking noise when pressurized. As I recall, the heavy duty steel ball and spring housing...

These pumps are piston pums and have two check valves that must operate to build pressure. They cannot stand any paint drying inside these check vavle. The first one is near the suction line connection and the other is neare the outlet by the hose. Disassemble each (one at a time) clean throughly. Here is a link to their web site. If you get your model number you can dowload a parts manual A friend borrowed mine, and "accidently" left paint dry in it. Laytex paint is hard to disolve. If you can get any material to flow through, you might try to recirculate some solvent awhile to clean interior. You also can check oil level, but if the level keeps going low, then the diaphragm is leaking and must be replaced. (Leaks right into your paint)

Jul 24, 2010 | Campbell Hausfeld Airless Spray Guns &...

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Lack of pressure

The pump is not properly primed due to suction leaks. Check for leaks in your suction line. Check also the integrity of your suction check valve.

May 26, 2009 | Plumbing

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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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