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Pump how can you check the pump? water does Not spray out of the Hand tool.

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Check the bottom of the tank and make sure that the seal is on the valve and not sitting in the hole where the tanks sits. At the back, is the top and bottom tight together, or is there a gap, should be no gap. Is the mix valve **** turning easily or is it hanging up? Sometimes the flow indicator cap leaks air and needs to be replaced. To get to the pump, you have to take off the top cover. Look and see if any lines are pinched, if not, then replace the pump, also check the pump belt.

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