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Need parts for #8480 2 in 1 gun specifically the safety trip tip

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You posted under spray gun.
I don't know if you are taking about the gun stopping or the spray rig stopping

The gun stopping:
We used airless spray guns for years.
Maybe your tip is clogged.
With our guns we reversed the tip, and could shoot the clog out.

The spray rig stopping:
Add a comment with more specific information about the type equipment you are using.
What material you are spraying.
What settings you have on the rig that can be adjusted.
How old the equipment is, if it's been cleaned well in the past.
Maybe GFCI tripped if you're outdoors.

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