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Jd9 green garde gun. Used 3-5 times to date. started leaking from tip yesterday. Seems too soon for gaskets to be worn. What would cause this problem?

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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.

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When I start up, a lot of white smoke coming out of the tail pipe. First occurrence was this morning. Is it safe to drive to the car repair shop, or should I have it towed? And what do you think is the...


HI. This will be the cause of coolant consumption that is occurring at this time. I will list the most common culprits below.

Coolant consumption::: Possible causes______


1. Check the head gaskets. The gasket may be leaking, thus allowing coolant to leak into the combustion chambers.

2. Check The Intake Manifold Gasket. This gasket may be leaking, worn, or damaged

3. Check the cylinder head for worn or scorn cylinder block.(This will require total breakdown of the engine)

4. Check the water pump seal for leaks as well.

Now that we have covered the basic check points for coolant consumption, i would advise to concentrate on the head gaskets if there are no apparent leaks on or around the engine itself. If the head gaskets are worn, the leak can be introduced to the engine internally, causing the engine to burn off the coolant. this is noticeable by removing the oil cap, after a hard drive. you Will notice steam that will escape the head as soon as you remove the cap. If this is the case, your problem will be with a failed head gasket.

IN a severe case, you will notice white plums of smoke escaping from the tail pipe during acceleration

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My Dewalt framing gun blows compressed air thru the nailer nose? Thx Kurt


Rebuild gun with gasket repair kit.
How it works: Compressed air enters through air hose and fills gun cylinder.
When trigger is pulled, air inside cylinder rushes out and pushes firing pin that shoots nail.

Inside the gun there are gaskets that seal the nose, the trigger and the cylinder head.
When any of those three gaskets fail, then air starts leaking.

Putting a few drops of nail gun oil into gun before connecting hose is supposed to protect gaskets.
But everything wears out, and sometimes folks use 3-in-1 oil instead of gun oil.
3-in-1 is detergent type oil and will cause gaskets to fail.

Another thing is guns that are not used frequently and gaskets get dry.
Putting in a few drops of oil and then immediately shooting gun will cause gasket to fail, because gaskets are still dry.
Best to put in plenty of gun oil, and let oil go down into gun for a few hours before connecting hose and shooting. Even so, nail guns are designed to be used every few days with continual oiling.

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The same oxygen sensor keeps triggering service engine soon and has been replaced 3 times...what could be causing this to happen repeatedly


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HI. This issue has many causes. i will list the most common causes below.

Coolant consumption::: Possible causes______


1. Check the head gaskets. The gasket may be leaking.
2. Check The Intake Manifold Gasket. This gasket may be leaking, worn, or damaged
3. Check the cylinder head for worn or scorn cylinder block.(This will require total breakdown of the engine)

4. Check the water pump seal for leaks as well.

Now that we have covered the basic check points for coolant consumption, i would advise to concentrate on the head gaskets if there are no apparent leaks on or around the engine itself. If the head gaskets are worn, the leak can be introduced to the engine internally, causing the engine to burn off the coolant. this is noticeable by removing the oil cap, after a hard drive. you Will notice steam that will escape the head as soon as you remove the cap. If this is the case, your problem will be with a failed head gasket.

IN a severe case, you will notice white plums of smoke escaping from the tail pipe during acceleration.

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I have binks model 21 automatic guns on my striper i installed rebuid kits when testing with water the guns drip water from liquid nozzle but not from needle it seats properly is this normal and will not...


If it is leaking fluid from the holes in the nozzle then the tip is not making good contact with the seat, the seat of the nozzle could also be dinged, or the tip / gun gasket might be bad. If the water is coming from the needle / nozzle seat, the needle or inside seating area of the nozzle could be nicked.

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My jeep seems to be losing coolant but I don't see a leak


HI. This issue has many causes. i will list the most common causes below.

Coolant consumption::: Possible causes______


1. Check the head gaskets. The gasket may be leaking.
2. Check The Intake Manifold Gasket. This gasket may be leaking, worn, or damaged
3. Check the cylinder head for worn or scorn cylinder block.(This will require total breakdown of the engine)

4. Check the water pump seal for leaks as well.

Now that we have covered the basic check points for coolant consumption, i would advise to concentrate on the head gaskets if there are no apparent leaks on or around the engine itself. If the head gaskets are worn, the leak can be introduced to the engine internally, causing the engine to burn off the coolant. this is noticeable by removing the oil cap, after a hard drive. you Will notice steam that will escape the head as soon as you remove the cap. If this is the case, your problem will be with a failed head gasket.

IN a severe case, you will notice white plums of smoke escaping from the tail pipe during acceleration.

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I have repaired hundreds of nailers, however not a t31. I can offer you a few tips on general nail gun repair pertaining to leaks. It is important to check each oring separately if you can to check for proper fit/contact. Do not just replace all orings and then hope for the best. Each oring must fit snugly not too tight not too loose. The surface where the oring contacts must not have fine scratches. Inspect all surfaces with magnify lens for scratches and remove with fine sandpaper. Check each oring for nicks Make sure that gaskets do not block small ports that direct air to headalve. Use silicone grease instead of oil on orings and metal/plastic parts. Lowes sells a small container of silicone grease in the plumbing department. It is used to lube faucet parts. Oil will wash away too fast and sometimes it will swell the orings causing gun to jamb. Finally do not use too much pressure on small nailguns. Try using 70 to 90 lbs. Good luck

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