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Where do I get the 0 ring for the cap on the pump on the 4 gallon manual pump sprayer

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SOURCE: Stanley 4 gallon backpack professional sprayer.

well thats metal and where there is metal find someone to tack it back together and brace it on better so it dosent happen again. other then that you would be purchasing a new unit I have found replacement pumps for this unit but not the pump handles so unless there is one out there that is used and needing a home I would proably try to contact the manufactuer themselfs or where you bought the unit ask them if they can order in replacement parts for the unit.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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all I want to know is how I can get a replacement o-ring ASAP without paying to discuss my needphone number and person to call would be helpful.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a fimco pump on a 25 gallon sprayer. It is

at the end of the pump little square box with one pillpes head ,take it off and there is another screw in there turn it until it works,

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: my flojet pump runs but it pumps no water

Sounds to me like it just needs priming (or in other words) the air bled out of it.
Using the force of gravity, force water to run STRAIGHT DOWN from the 25 gal tank, through the gate valve & into the running pump.
While doing this, close the bypass valve slowly until it's about 3/4 of the way shut.
You should begin to hear the sound of the pump begin to deepen as the air escapes.
If you don't, then there may be an air leak somewhere along the hose line, typically at the filter, causing it not to prime.
Correct the air leak, then you'll probably have better luck.

I recommend not running an electric pump like a Flojet for very long when it's not primed. Doing this may overheat it & shorten its lifespan considerably.

Posted on May 20, 2010

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SOURCE: Stanley 61804N Professional Backpack Poly

Doc,
Yes, please replace the seal.

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