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Pull the nozzle straight up and out. Grab a nozzle from another can that looks to be the same and try that one. You may have to try multiple nozzles. You can also buy nozzles on ebay, but they are usually more than the price of the can.
If this doesn't work, then the can may be faulty, or if very old (many years) it may no longer have pressure even though there's still paint inside.
Another thing to check is if the ball inside rattles when you shake the can. If it doesn't, the paint might be hardened in the can.
Remember next time you finish painting to wipe off the nozzle, turn the can upside down and spray until almost no more paint is seen.

Rustoleum... | Answered on Sep 27, 2016


either defective sprayer or no propellant either return or try different spray tip

Rustoleum... | Answered on Sep 27, 2016


Repainting without adequate drying time will cause this. Make sure paint is dry. Use 180 grit sandpaper in swirling pattern to sand down the problem areas, idea is to feather edge the paint so you don't feel and ridges between the transition layers when you sweep your hand over them. Then prime the bare metal, then repaint entire door for best results.

Rustoleum... | Answered on Aug 26, 2014


Liters. A milliliter is one thousandth of a liter, perhaps enough paint to cover a square meter if spread thinly.

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Many nailers and staplers have a safety device that prevents firing unless the tool is pressed against the workpiece - to prevent them being fired like a weapon.

The safety lockout is necessarily compact but is often badly designed and cheaply made and seem almost to be added as an afterthought. In my experience, when a stapler becomes cantankerous, moody, hit and miss, it is either an internal break in the power cord or the safety lockout (if fitted).

Might be worth checking if Arrow provide a repair or exchange service...

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Oct 10, 2020


Manuals aren't thick on the ground - a google search provides only vague references, however all is not lost as this type of sander is often a generic type label engineered with only minor variations to reflect a price range.

The machines tend to be so similar a manual for almost any brand that looks even vaguely like yours will provide the basic information.

The machines are intuitive to use and you shouldn't have any problems and the hardest thing about them is cleaning the disc prior to sticking a new abrasive disc on.
They are a very useful machine especially to a woodworker and the disc sander will allow the end grain of timber to be sanded smooth accurately to the desired angle.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jul 14, 2020


Open the RO tap and drain the RO tank (capture and use later). The tap will run a steady stream until tank empties. When tank empties the steady stream will switch to a drip, drip, drip,... This is normal and is the production output rate of the system.

If you capture the drips into a measured container a typical rate is 1 quart per hour, more or less given input line pressure and condition of system filters. Time how long it takes to capture a cup (8oz) and do the math.

The RO feed line is likely a piercing saddled type valve. It will take several turns (clockwise) to close the valve. Keep turning CW until it stops. With the tank empty (tap will drip, drip, drip,...) close the filter feed line valve and the drip, drip, drip will eventually stop, indicating the system no longer has water pressure.

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jun 14, 2020


Random orbital sander is relatively easy to use and control. You can get a lot of work done using a random orbital sander by spending a little amount of time. But, there are some things that you should keep in mind to get the best use of the sander. In this article, we are going to show you how to use a random orbital sander to its full potential.
There are many brands out there in the market right now. Each offers a different style and different controlling functions. But, the core elements of each of them are the same. The random orbital sander gives you the free and easy usability. Plus, the finishing that these sanders provide is unparalleled.

THE USE OF RANDOM ORBITAL SANDER

You can use a random orbital sander to achieve versatile woodworking functions, but mainly it is used to give your material a more smooth texture. Usually, these tools come with a lot of power so you can work on rough materials and get quick results. The design is very compact so that you can work with ease, even with one hand. So, ultimately this is a sander that will give you great power and control in a compact body.

HOW SHOULD YOU DEAL WITH THE TOOL?

Keep the Object Locked
Make sure that the object that you are working on is properly locked. Keep it secure, so it does not move too often. This way, you have had more control over the job.
USE EVEN STROKES: You should apply even strokes in every part of the object to make sure that they are sand properly. This will result in a smoother finishing to your object.
USE VENTILATION IF NEEDED Try to remember this when you use a random orbital sander, keep the ventilation on. It creates dust particle that cannot be easily controlled. So, you should keep your ventilation on to avoid the debris in your mouth.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT KIND OF SAND PAPER Different kind of wood respond well to different kind of sandpapers. So, you should look out for what is best for you and then buy your sandpaper accordingly. Make sure to properly place the sandpaper on your sander and that your sander head is clean at the start.
DOUBLE SAND THE EDGES: It is always a good idea to double sand the edges if you are looking for perfection. This allows the object to have a more fine tuning and luxurious look.

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND:

  • Do not change the disk of random orbital sanders very frequently as it will not be cost-effective. Use it until the very end.
  • Do not apply too much pressure while working on the edges
  • Add vacuum if you want to keep your station clean.
  • Sand with a steady hand and turn up the power for rough woods.
Source: Detailed Guide On How To Use Random Orbital Sander

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jun 12, 2020


I had the same inquery at my shop today on a Cummins hoist #6832. I have attached a PDF and am pretty sure this is how it goes. Hope this helps. Spent a good afternoon researching this one.
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Tools & Hardware... | Answered on Jun 05, 2020


In searching the internet, a web posting said this was a similar model sold under several names.

https://www.garagejournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=123451

Free manual for similar model Craftsman at the following link:

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/490967/Craftsman-113-228162.html

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on May 14, 2020


Call manufacturer toll free number shown in free online manual for assistance. (Not posting actual phone number here due to frequent fraudulent spam phone numbers posted on FIXYA.)

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/865303/Ingersoll-Rand-Ssr-Up6-40.html?page=2#manual

Tools & Hardware... | Answered on May 05, 2020

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