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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS FOR EACH GUN * Air nozzle, needle and tips * Packing and gaskets * Hoses and fittings * Gauges * Proper lubricants * Filter screens * Diaphragms for pressure regulators
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
If you want to have the use of it for a long time you have to clean it realy well every time you used it. I assume you used it to paint oil based paint in which case you have to use the same liquid that you used to thin the paint, like therpentyne or thinners. After washing the excess paint out, blow some of the thinners through - about 200ml. To make sure there is no paint inside on the needle and the spring, take the bits out and make sure they are clean. You can spray it with some 3-in-1 oil to make sure it's not stuck when you want to use it again. It might not be practical for you with this model but I always left some of the thinning liquid in the bottle. Also, if it is possible, I took the nossle off and left it in the this bit of thinning liquid.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
Hey paul its paul. I posted on here so hopefully you will give me some feedback. That is a very nice gun. One of my favorite. I'm guessing you know how to use a HVLP gun but if not here are a few tips. Make sure it is clean. Very clean. Your gun probably came with a manual, you should read it. It will help you greatly. First off, you want to have a regulator, about 40 psi is what i start with. You need a space you can practice some painting before laying down a new coat on the corvette. Haha. So next you will have a pressure adjustment knob, you want to start with this all the way closed and with the trigger pulled, just half way so just air is coming out adjust the air until it sounds even. Next you can try to spray. If it seems like the Fan, like the width is not enough you can adjust the fan, another knob, closer to the back of the gun, you ussually want about 5-6 inches of fan, if you are spraying at the normal 6-8 inches back from the piece. Last adjustment is the fluid adjustment, you want to put on a decent amount of paint, clear or primer, and not cause runs. This is going to take some practice because everyone moves at a different speed.
So you are going to have to play with your gun and figure out which knob does what. After that these instructions should get you a bit further, with some practice you will be laying down a nice paint job in no time.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
here is a link to a pdf file for the users manual.
And this is a link to the pdf file for the parts manual.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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