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Hose end sprayers are the simplest and least expensive of the category. A sprayer jar is attached to a regular garden sprayer. Concentrated material is added to the sprayer jar. An adjustment on the jar determines the amount delivered. The force of the water through the hose pulls the material up from the jar and mixes and dilutes it with the water. A built-in anti-siphon device prevents unused material from being pulled back into your water supply. Compression or tank sprayers are the most common type of spray equipment. Concentrated material is added to the tank. Water is then added to a marked fill line. The remaining air is pressurized by pumping the handle a designated number of times. A control lever on the wand controls the spray pattern and amount. Compression sprayers provide a precise, on target, non-drift spray good for soil and lawn pests. Adjust the sprayer for a coarse, drenching spray, a concentrated stream or a fine mist. Tank capacities range from 1 quart to over 3 gallon for handheld models. Homeowner type backpack sprayers hold up 4 gallons. The tanks may be made from polyethylene plastic, galvanized steel or stainless steel. In addition to treatments for pests and diseases, compression sprayers are designed for applying cleaning solutions for decks and siding. Backpack sprayers are operated in the same manner as the handheld compression sprayer. The over-the-shoulder configuration makes it easier to carry the heavier load of material. Some backpack models also use a lever-style pump to maintain pressure without removing the unit form your back. Powered sprayers rely on a gasoline engine for spray power. Great for larger yards or gardens due to portability and capacity (12 gallons). Dusters are a slightly different breed. Dry powders (mostly for blooming plants such as roses) are added to a canister and applied by manually pumping. NOTE: Compression sprayers deliver liquid under pressure. Compression sprayers are powerful and efficient tools. This fact also makes them potentially dangerous. Always read the manufacturer's instructions and safety precautions carefully.

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The unit harness broke and I was wondering if the Stanley has a replacement ?

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What is the mixing ratio to 1 gal of water?


Their products are here, but they don't tell you the usage. It has to be on the label by law. The rear label usually lifts up to reveal a small book of three or four pages. If it isn't there, contact the company via the website.

http://www.spectracide.com/Products-and-Solutions/Lawn-Weed-Killers.aspx

The does have label details here
http://www.spectracide.com/Customer-Help/Labels-and-MSDS.aspx
For the Spectracide it is 1/2 oz to a gallon, but it depends on what type of grass you have. I will copy and paste the label details, but I doubt the format will stick, but it is all there.

Ounces of Concentrate to Use for:

St. Augustine*,

Bahia,

Centipede

2/3

2 2/3

13 1/3

21 1/3

1

4

20

32

1

4

20

32

1/2

2

10

16

250

1,000

5,000

8,000

Sq ft

to be

Treated

Bluegrass,

Fescue, Rye,

Zoysia

Gallons

of

Water

*DO NOT USE ON FLORATAM VARIETY OF ST. AUGUSTINEGRASS IN

FLORIDA.

HOW MUCH TO USE

SPOT TREATMENT

To spray small areas or individual weeds, use a pressure sprayer for better

control. Do not use a hose-end sprayer. Mix as directed in table below. Shake

well before spraying. Be certain to wet each weed.

ENTIRE LAWN

PRESSURE SPRAYERS

Measure amount of concentrate from chart below into sprayer tank and dilute

with 1 gal of water. Close tank sprayer and shake well before spraying. Use a

spray pattern that gives small spray droplets without any ne mist to treat

250 sq ft.

HOSE-END SPRAYERS

"CONCENTRATE ONLY" (DIAL) SPRAYERS

1. From the chart below, determine amount of concentrate to be applied for

each 250 sq ft of lawn.

Bermuda,

Bentgrass

St. Augustine*,

Bahia, Centipede

1/2 - oz

2 - oz

2/3 - oz

2 2/3 - oz

1 - oz

4 - oz

1/2 - oz

2/3 - oz

1 - oz

Grass

Type

Ounces in

Sprayer

250 sq ft

1,000 sq ft

250 sq ft

1,000 sq ft

250 sq ft

1,000 sq ft

Area

Treated

Dial

Setting

Bluegrass, Fescue,

Rye, Zoysia

*DO NOT USE ON FLORATAM VARIETY OF ST. AUGUSTINEGRASS IN

FLORIDA.

2. Fill sprayer jar with enough concentrate to cover area to be treated. Do not

add water to sprayer.

3. Set dial on sprayer to the setting from the chart below.

4. Attach sprayer to hose. Extend hose to the farthest area of lawn to be treated

and work back toward faucet so that you do not walk over treated areas.

Apply evenly to lawn.

EXAMPLE: To treat 1,000 sq ft of fescue lawn, add 4 - oz of concentrate to the

sprayer with sprayer dial set on 1 - oz. Check the directions you received when

you purchased your sprayer for further details on the proper use of your dial

sprayer.

"CONCENTRATE-PLUS-WATER" SPRAYERS

For sprayers that require the addition of water as well as concentrate prior to

application:

1. From the following chart, determine amount of concentrate required to treat

each 250 sq ft of lawn.

2. Pour concentrate into sprayer jar to the required "- oz" level.

3. Then add the appropriate amount of water to the "gallons" level. Replace

sprayer top on jar and shake well before spraying.

4. Attach sprayer to hose. Extend hose to the farthest area of lawn to be

treated and work back toward faucet so that you do not walk over treated

areas. Apply evenly to lawn.

EXAMPLE: To treat 1,000 sq ft of fescue, pour in concentrate to the 4 - oz mark

and add water to the 4 gal mark. Check the directions you received when you
purchased your sprayer for further details on the proper use of your


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My sprayer is new, but does not keep the pressure, any idea's? It's a 2 gal, pump up type sprayer.


Check under the lid/cover for a rubber gasket. This may have gotten unseated when putting the sprayer top on. It must form a tight seal around the lip of the sprayer top in order to keep the pressure. Alternative: Put water in the sprayer leaving some air on top to build pressure. Put a few drops of dish soap inside and gently stir. Put the cover on, and tilt the sprayer to coat all areas at the top. Start pumping and see where the bubbles come out---there is your leak. If it is near where the sprayer hose enters, and it is a permanent mount, you may have a bad seal. If the sprayer hose unscrews, you may need a new rubber washer inside. If bubbles come out of the wand, or other plastic seams, you may have a crack in the plastic. Depending on the location, you could epoxy over the crack to seal it permanently. Good luck.

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Arms are clogged


You may have debris in the sprayer arm jets. It is usually simple to remove the sprayer arms. Then rinse them well using the sink sprayer for forceful water power. I have sometimes had to use a tweezer to remove bits of plastic, paper, bone, or food particles. Once you've remove the debris, rinse well forcing water through to dislodge any other debris. Once you've reattached the sprayer arms, you should have cleaner dishes. Also, some brands of dishwashers have a pipe that runs up the inside back wall and connects to a pipe that runs under the top shelf. Water flowing through this pipe under the top shelf propels the sprayer arms. If the connection at the back is not flush with the "propel" pipe there won't be enough water pressure to turn the sprayer arm. Check to see if your dishwasher has this type of set up.
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Dec 04, 2010 | GE Dishwashers

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Spray arms blocked how do I detach clear/clean them?


You may have debris in the sprayer arm jets. It is usually simple to remove the sprayer arms. In the center of the sprayer arm there is usually a wing nut that unscrews easily and releases the sprayer arm. Once you have removed the arms, rinse them well using the sink sprayer for forceful water power. I have sometimes had to use a tweezer to remove bits of plastic, paper, bone, or food particles. Once you've remove the debris, rinse well forcing water through to dislodge any other debris. Once you've reattached the sprayer arms, you should have cleaner dishes. Also, some brands of dishwashers have a pipe that runs up the inside back wall and connects to a pipe that runs under the top shelf. Water flowing through this pipe under the top shelf propels the sprayer arms. If the connection at the back is not flush with the "propel" pipe there won't be enough water pressure to turn the sprayer arm. Check to see if your dishwasher has this type of set up.
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Dec 04, 2010 | Bosch Dishwashers

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LOW WASH PRESSURE ON UPPER SPRAY ARMS


You may have debris in the sprayer arm jets. It is usually simple to remove the sprayer arms. Then rinse them well using the sink sprayer for forceful water power. I have sometimes had to use a tweezer to remove bits of plastic, paper, bone, or food particles. Once you've remove the debris, rinse well forcing water through to dislodge any other debris. Once you've reattached the sprayer arms, you should have cleaner dishes. Also, some brands of dishwashers have a pipe that runs up the inside back wall and connects to a pipe that runs under the top shelf. Water flowing through this pipe under the top shelf propels the sprayer arms. If the connection at the back is not flush with the "propel" pipe there won't be enough water pressure to turn the sprayer arm. Check to see if your dishwasher has this type of set up.
I hope this works. If it does, please let Fixya know by rating my solution.
Good luck!

Dec 04, 2010 | Kenmore 24 in. 17032 Built-in Dishwasher

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The top section wont wash clean


You may have debris in the sprayer arm jets. It is usually simple to remove the sprayer arms. Then rinse them well using the sink sprayer for forceful water power. I have sometimes had to use a tweezer to remove bits of plastic, paper, bone, or food particles. Once you've remove the debris, rinse well forcing water through to dislodge any other debris. Once you've reattached the sprayer arms, you should have cleaner dishes. Also, some brands of dishwashers have a pipe that runs up the inside back wall and connects to a pipe that runs under the top shelf. Water flowing through this pipe under the top shelf propels the sprayer arms. If the connection at the back is not flush with the "propel" pipe there won't be enough water pressure to turn the sprayer arm. Check to see if your dishwasher has this type of set up.
I hope this works. If it does, please let Fixya know by rating my solution.
Good luck!

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Water does not spray or circulate


You may have debris in the sprayer arm jets. It is usually simple to remove the sprayer arms. Then rinse them well using the sink sprayer for forceful water power. I have sometimes had to use a tweezer to remove bits of plastic, paper, bone, or food particles. Once you've remove the debris, rinse well forcing water through to dislodge any other debris. Once you've reattached the sprayer arms, you should have cleaner dishes. Also, some brands of dishwashers have a pipe that runs up the inside back wall and connects to a pipe that runs under the top shelf. Water flowing through this pipe under the top shelf propels the sprayer arms. If the connection at the back is not flush with the "propel" pipe there won't be enough water pressure to turn the sprayer arm. Check to see if your dishwasher has this type of set up.
I hope this works. If it does, please let Fixya know by rating my solution.
Good luck!

Dec 02, 2010 | Asko D1776 Stainless Steel Built-in...

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Machine runs but not cleaning dishes


You may have debris in the sprayer arm jets. It is usually simple to remove the sprayer arms. Then rinse them well using the sink sprayer for forceful water power. I have sometimes had to use a tweezer to remove bits of plastic, paper, bone, or food particles. Once you've remove the debris, rinse well forcing water through to dislodge any other debris. Once you've reattached the sprayer arms, you should have cleaner dishes. Also, some brands of dishwashers have a pipe that runs up the inside back wall and connects to a pipe that runs under the top shelf. Water flowing through this pipe under the top shelf propels the sprayer arms. If the connection at the back is not flush with the "propel" pipe there won't be enough water pressure to turn the sprayer arm. Check to see if your dishwasher has this type of set up.
I hope this works. If it does, please let Fixya know by rating my solution.
Good luck!

Dec 02, 2010 | Maytag 24 in. MDBH950AWS Built-in...

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Dishwasher fills up, but doesn't spray.


You may have debris in the sprayer arm jets. It is usually simple to remove the sprayer arms. Then rinse them well using the sink sprayer for forceful water power. I have sometimes had to use a tweezer to remove bits of plastic, paper, bone, or food particles. Once you've remove the debris, rinse well forcing water through to dislodge any other debris. Once you've reattached the sprayer arms, you should have cleaner dishes. Also, some brands of dishwashers have a pipe that runs up the inside back wall and connects to a pipe that runs under the top shelf. Water flowing through this pipe under the top shelf propels the sprayer arms. If the connection at the back is not flush with the "propel" pipe there won't be enough water pressure to turn the sprayer arm. Check to see if your dishwasher has this type of set up.
I hope this works. If it does, please let Fixya know by rating my solution.
Good luck!

Dec 02, 2010 | Dishwashers

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Kitchen sink only running with the sprayer


It is hard to be certain without knowing the type of faucet, but if you have the type that has a single lever, it could be 2 things I can think of. If you have seperate knobs, I can only think of one. If you have the type with knobs, take the aerator screen off the end of the faucet, The screen may be plugged with saw cuttings of pvc or what ever type of pipe, or even the water saver orifice may be stopped up. If water runs freely with aerator off, you obviously have a problem there.
If you have the lever type, the ball valve can be in backwards, or even a little way off, and the water can not get to the faucet. I am guessing, the whole faucet assembly MAY be in backwards, but that too can usually be fixed by changing the ball around.
Hope this fixes you up!

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