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Your Wagner 1250 is a diaphragm airless sprayer, which uses hydraulic oil to push the diaphragm, so the oil must be hydraulic quality as it gets quite hot; don't use any other type. The Wagner part number for their quart size is 0088009
The Wagner Paint Crew airless sprayer does not require oil for its operation like full professional sprayers. The piston is off-set from the pump chamber with the inlet and outlet valves opposite each other, however you need to protect the parts from corrosion between use and Wagner recommend running some light oil through it after cleaning. If you will be using it in a day or so for water based paint, you could run a 10% solution of their EasyGlide through it.
You can either color the whole head a darker blonde or try and tone the gold band with a violet toner. Depending on how gold the band is and the color of the remaining hair, I would recommend using Redken Shades EQ in 9V. You will have to watch it closely in the shampoo bowl to make sure to get it just right and not over tone the rest of the hair.
There's a dye that makes your coolant show up neon under an ultraviolet light. Stop throwing parts at it and troubleshoot/inspect, and keep in mind you could have an internal leak (aka intake or head gaskets). Check to make sure your oil isn't milky and/or way overserviced.
No, only a leaking head gasket or a popped water pump oil seal will allow anti freeze into your oil. I would look for oil or antifreeze out of the weep hole under the water pump at the front of the engine. If the weep hole has become plugged wwith dirt or debris, then the anti freeze would pass into the motor oil. If this is the case get your water pump from Honda and purchase the water pump gasket set from K&L supply, it will have all the gaskets, seals, and washers to replace the water pump. If you suspect the head gaskets , remove the spark plugs and look for signs of antifreeze in the combustion chamber. It is not definitive but it may give a clue with out just going to the expense of changing the head gaskets out.
I think you do know that you did not properly flush and clean the pump after the last
time you used it......If it is a diaphragm pump, remove the inlet valve and make sure
the valve and spring are perfectly clean....Soak it in paint remover for a day or so
if needed.....Remove the retaining nut which is covering the outlet valve......Clean the
very, very small ball and spring....DO NOT LOSE....Replace all parts when clean....
Also check your hydraulic fluid in the pump's sump.......If it is a piston pump, remove
the inlet valve and make sure the ball is free and not stuck to its seat.....Tilt the pump
on its back and look up into it.....With a pencil see if the other small ball in the piston
is also free....Try to pump warm water through the cleaned pump....Without hose or gun......If it pumps fluid, replace hose and gun without spray tip....Test for flow again.
Then finally replace the spray tip......Chase out the water with the paint.....
The Pump Doctor