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Remove all pressure by keeping the hose open until no pressure is left. place pump handle down toward tank. Turn count counter clock wise to unscrew. Take assembly out of tank then fill tank. Reinstall in reverse order.
I'm sorry to hear about the problems you had with the Ortho Dial N Spray. This hose end sprayer empties about 2.1 gallons per minute, so you will need to walk fairly quickly to cover area you're wishing to apply product to. Please give Ortho a call at 877-465-5160, and we will be happy to assist you further.
it sounds like you unscrewed the pump assembly. that chamber is actually part of the pump and sometimes they do separate. try to remove what you called the chamber. if that is part of the pump then it has to come out before you can put the pump assembly back together.
The Ortho Tree and Shrub Sprayette has a fixed mixing jet set to a 24:1 ratio. 5.3 ounces of spray concentrate in the jar will mix to produce 1 gallon of diluted spray. The jar has a capacity of 42.7 ounces, so you can spray up to 8 gallons with 1 filling. If you look at the side of the jar, you will see two filling scales. On the left is the diluted spray capacity, and on the right is the concentrate scale. So you will see 8 gallons opposite 32 ounces, for instance.
You must dilute concentrates to the 24:1 mixing concentration. So if your concentrate says 1 ounce/gallon, and you want to spray 6 gallons, put in 6 ounces and add water to the jar to the 32 ounce level.