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My heat gun model hg1000k has stopped working while I was using. It is not very old.

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Most heat guns have a cool down mode on them after you use it and it takes a bit of time to properly function if this time allotment was circumvented they tend to burn out their coils. The coil can be checked with a multimeter. Also you can check the trigger and power cord

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I was given a dead HT3500. Holding the power switch down made unit lights rapidly blink and motor start/stop.
However, before starting repair refer to the HT3500 recall notice.
http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2009/Wagner-Spray-Tech-Recalls-Heat-Guns-Due-to-Fire-and-Burn-Hazards/

Assuming your gun isn't in recall, the repair involves dis assembly and replacing the 470uF 10V electrolytic capacitor on board (it is a tall cylindercal plastic covered part.) Replaced it with a 470uF 16V rated at 105*C. If you are handy with a pencil solder iron and solder removal tools, it is a 5 minute repair. Any electronics technician or ham radio buff can do this job.

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

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Try cleaning the glue stick slot out with acetone (nail polish remover) and a paper towel, or cue tips if you have to get into a small area. that should help to break down any dried glue that may be blocking a new stick from feeding in, or may be blocking the heating element

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There is a glue build up inside. Most likely in the feeding mechanism, try to heat it up, the unplug, and use like a paper rolled up to try to remove some of the glue. :)

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My heat gun only blows cool air--it is approx 18 yrs old--is it dead? frostb@portlandschools.org Thanks, Barb :0)


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Do not know how to work power washer


Dear Carrie688,
I cannot for sure understand your problem. You say, you do not know how to WORK power washer. Does WORK mean FIX...or USE???? I will assume that you wish to know how to use it.
First without water connected and without gun connected...switch on the machine. If it turns, then this means the electric motor is OK. Now connect the hose and gun. Connect water supply. Now always start the machine with gun open. This will help to remove air from system. When pressure builts up, close gun, and machine must stop instantly. If machine does not stop, open the gun again and switch off the machine. If the machine continues working when the the gun is closed, this will result in a lot of damage. I do not know what model you have, because also there are old models that when gun is closed, the machine keeps running. I assume your model is recent. So the machine will stop when gun is closed. Now when finished, switch off machine and electricity. And most important release pressure from gun. Do not store machine with pressure still in it. This will damage machine and it is not safe.
Now if you have detergent, this can only work on low pressure. There are bigger machines that detergent works on high pressure. But the normal system is that detergent works on low pressure. Also before storing, pass fresh water to remove all detergent from pump of machine. Never store a machine with detergent in its system.
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