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My Wagner 5.4 gph SprayFast sprayer won't spray. It just huzzes/hums when I pull the trigger. The pump isn't turning over. I thought I've been diligent in cleaning it when I was finished. Anything I can do with it to get it going again?

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You may have a dirty tip. Try replacing it with a new one. Also check to make sure that you have it assembled correctly.

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