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Stanley 61804N Professional Backpack Poly 4-Gallon Sprayer Sprayer worked well today until third refill then it started spraying an air/liquid mix. I can pump up pressure but when I trigger the sprayer it sprays out an air/liquid mix that sputters and blows until the pressure is gone. Is this a problem with the seal on the pump?

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  • Joe Cordell Mar 05, 2011

    The solution was forthright and brief, just what I like. Thanks, Vinkumar!

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Doc,
Yes, please replace the seal.

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