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Wagner Spray Tech - All rights reserved.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

This manual contains information which must be read and understood before using the equipment. When you come to an area which has one of the following symbols, pay particular attention and make certain to heed the safeguard.
This symbol indicates a potential hazard which may cause serious injury or loss of life. Important safety information will follow.

CAUTION

This symbol indicates a potential hazard to you or to the equipment. Important information that tells how to prevent damage to the equipment or how to avoid causes of minor injuries will follow. NOTE: Notes give important information which should be given special attention.
THE DSP 1400 AND 1550 SERIES UNITS ARE PROVIDED WITH A NON-RESETABLE THERMAL OVERLOAD. THE DSP 1700, 1900 AND 2100 SERIES UNITS ARE PROVIDED WITH A REPLACEABLE FUSE. Always disconnect the motor from the power supply before working on the equipment. NOTE: The cause of the overload should be corrected before restarting. Take to Service Center.

English

Gun must be grounded through hose connections. Power cord must be connected to a grounded circuit. Always flush unit into a separate metal container, at low pump pressure, with spray tip removed. Hold gun firmly against side of container to ground container and prevent static sparks. Follow the material and solvent manufacturer's warnings and instructions. Use extreme caution when using materials with a flashpoint below 70 F (21 C). Flashpoint is the temperature that a fluid can produce enough vapors to ignite. Plastic can cause static sparks. Never hang plastic to enclose a spray area. Do not use plastic drop cloths when spraying flammable materials. Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment. GAS ENGINE (WHERE APPLICABLE) Always place pump outside of structure in fresh air. Keep all solvents away from the engine exhaust. Never fill fuel tank with a running or hot engine. Hot surface can ignite spilled fuel. Always attach ground wire from pump unit to a grounded object, such as a metal water pipe. Refer to enigine owners manual for complete safety information. HAZARD: EXPLOSION HAZARD DUE TO INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS - Will cause property damage or severe injury. PREVENTION: Do not use materials containing bleach or chlorine. Do not use halogenated hydrocarbon solvents such as bleach, mildewcide, methylene chloride and 1,1,1 trichloroethane. They are not compatible with aluminum. Contact your coating supplier about the compatibility of material with aluminum.
All hoses, swivels, guns, and accessories must be pressure rated at or above 3000PSI/207 BAR. Do not spray outdoors on windy days. Wear clothing to keep paint off skin and hair.

Use only a 3-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle that will accept the plug on the product. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition. When using an extension cord, be sure to use one heavy enough to carry the current your product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating. A 14 or 12 gauge cord is recommended. If an extension cord is to be used outdoors, it must be marked with the suffix W-A after the cord type designation. For example, a designation of SJTW-A would indicate that the cord would be appropriate for outdoor use. NOTE: Do not use more than 50 feet of hose. If you need to paint further than 100 feet from your power source, use more extension cord, not more paint hose.

GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS

This product must be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current. This product is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with an appropriate grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
HAZARD: HAZARDOUS VAPORS - Paints, solvents, insecticides, and other materials can be harmful if inhaled or come in contact with the body. Vapors can cause severe nausea, fainting, or poisoning. PREVENTION: Use a respirator or mask if vapors can be inhaled. Read all instructions supplied with the mask to be sure it will provide the necessary protection. Wear protective eyewear. Wear protective clothing as required by coating manufacturer. HAZARD: GENERAL - can cause severe injury or property damage. PREVENTION: Read all instructions and safety precautions before operating equipment. Follow all appropriate local, state, and national codes governing ventilation, fire prevention, and operation. The United States Government Safety Standards have been adopted under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). These standards, particularly part 1910 of the General Standards and part 1926 of the Construction Standards should be consulted. Use only manufacturer authorized parts. User assumes all risks and liabilities when using parts that do not meet the minimum specifications and safety requirements of the pump manufacturer. Before each use, check all hoses for cuts, leaks, abrasion or bulging of cover. Check for damage or movement of couplings. Immediately replace the hose if any of these conditions exist. Never repair a paint hose. Replace it with another grounded high-pressure hose.

Choosing the Correct Spray Gun Filter
Use the proper gun filter based on the tip size being used.
Part No. Tip Size Filter Type Extrafine Mesh Number 180 mesh 0.084 mm Color of Filter Body red Qty.

0154918

2 pack

0154675

.013 -.015

100 mesh 0.140 mm

yellow
GX-06/07 Gun locked (gun will not spray)
GX-06/07 Gun unocked (gun will spray)

0154842

.017 -.023

Medium

50 mesh 0.315 mm 30 mesh 0.560 mm

0154919

.023 and up

Coarse

Gun models G-08 and G-10
To lock the gun, turn the trigger lock toward the gun handle. To unlcok the gun, turn the trigger lock so that it is vertical and pointing down.

Attaching the Paint Hose

1. Be sure that the motor is turned to OFF (o). 2. Attach the high pressure hose to the paint hose port. Use a wrench to tighten the paint hose securely. 3. Attach the gun to the other end of the high pressure hose. Tighten securely with a wrench.
G-08/10 locked off (gun will not spray)
G-08/10 unlocked (gun will spray)
Attaching the Suction Set and Return Hose
1. Attach the suction tube to the inlet valve and tighten firmly by hand. Be sure that the threads are straight so that the fitting turns freely.
2. Press the return tube onto the return tube fitting.
Return tube fitting Inlet valve Return tube Suction set 3. Place the suction tube and the return tube into the paint. 4. Place the paint bucket onto the floor or hang on the pail bracket, depending on the model of pump you have.

Purging and Priming

If this unit is new, it is shipped with test fluid in the fluid section to prevent corrosion during shipment and storage. If you are going to spray latex paint, this fluid must be purged and thoroughly cleaned out of the system. If you are going to spray with solvent-based paint, this fluid must be purged from the system, but thorough cleaning is not necessary. If the pump has already been used you will need to purge the water or solvent used in cleanup and storage.
Always lock the gun off when it is not in use.

Plugging in the Unit

1. Check that the ON/OFF switch is in the OFF position (o). 2. Plug the sprayer into a properly grounded outlet or heavy duty grounded extension cord.
Always keep the spray gun locked off when purging the pump.
PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE

Purging and Priming the Pump for Latex Paint
1. Secure the return tube into a waste container. 2. Place a full container of paint underneath the suction tube. 3. Turn the pressure control dial to minumum pressure (-).
(Rear View, 1400, 1550, 1700,1900)
Be sure to follow the pressure relief procedure when shutting the unit down for any purpose, including servicing or adjusting any part of the spray system, changing or cleaning spray tips, or preparing for cleanup. 1. Lock the spray gun off. 2. Move the ON/OFF switch to the OFF (O) position.

Suction tube Return tube

(Front View, 2100)
PRIME/SPRAY Knob ON/OFF Switch (+/o)
4. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME. 5. Move the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. If unit does not start, turn pressure control dial one to two turns until unit turns on. 6. The unit will begin to draw paint up the suction tube, into the pump, and out the return tube. Let the unit cycle long enough to remove test fluid from the pump, or until paint is coming from the return tube. 7. Remove the return tube from the waste container and place it in its operating position above the container of paint. 8. Keep circulating the paint through the system until the paint coming out of the return tube is free of air bubbles. 9. Move the ON/OFF switch to the OFF position. The pump is now purged. Skip to Purging and Priming the Spray Hose.
3. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME.

PRIMING

Preparing to Prime
1. Before priming, squirt some hydraulic oil (P/N 0154908 included with unit) into the indicated area. Light household oil can be substituted if necessary. This will prolong seal life of the unit. NOTE: Apply only a teaspoon amount at a time. Too much oil may cause the oil to drip into the paint.
Purging and Priming the Spray Hose
After the pump is purged and primed, you must do the same for the spray hose. 1. Lock the spray gun off.
moving your entire arm back and forth rather than just flexing your wrist.

Even coat throughout

Approximately 10 to 12 inches
2. Remove the spray tip from the gun. 3. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY. 4. Be certain that the spray gun is unlocked and trigger it into a waste container. Hold the trigger until all air, water, or solvent is purged from the spray hose and paint is flowing freely.

Keep stroke smooth and at an even speed.
Keep the spray gun perpendicular to the surface, otherwise one end of the pattern will be thicker than the other.
Approximately 10 to 12 inches Right way

Wrong way

Keep hands clear of the stream of fluid coming from the spray gun.
Using a metal container, ground the gun by holding it against the edge of the container while flushing. Failure to do so may lead to a static electric discharge which may cause a fire. If the PRIME/SPRAY knob is still on SPRAY, there will be high pressure in the hose and spray gun until the PRIME/SPRAY knob is turned to PRIME. 5. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME. 6. Be certain that the spray gun is unlocked and trigger it into the waste container to be sure that no pressure is left in the hose. 7. Lock the spray gun off. 8. Attach the spray tip. The spray gun should be triggered by turning it on and off with each stroke. This will save paint and avoid paint buildup at the end of the stroke. Do not trigger the gun during the middle of a stroke. This will result in an uneven spray and splotchy coverage.
Proper way to trigger the spray gun

Keep stroke even

SPRAYING

Spraying Technique

The key to a good paint job is an even coating over the entire surface. This is done by using even strokes. Keep your arm moving at a constant speed and keep the spray gun at a constant distance from the surface. The best spraying distance is 10 to 12 inches between the spray tip and the surface.
Light Coat Heavy Coat Light Coat

Start stroke

Pull trigger

Keep steady

Release trigger

End stroke

Overlap each stroke by about 30%. This will ensure an even coating. When you stop painting, lock the gun trigger lock, and set the priming knob to PRIME. Turn the motor switch to OFF and unplug the sprayer. If you expect to be gone more than 1 hour, follow the short term clean up procedure described in the CLEANUP section of this manual.

Practice

Be sure that the paint hose is free of kinks and clear of objects with sharp cutting edges. 1. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY. 2. Turn the pressure contol dial to its highest setting (+). The spray hose should stiffen as paint begins to flow through it. 3. When paint reaches the spray tip, spray a test area to check the spray pattern.
Do not flex wrist while spraying.
Keep the spray gun at right angles to the surface. This means
NOTE: The pressure control dial should be set at the maximum setting (+) in most cases when using thicker viscosity materials such as latex paints. You may have to lower the pressure setting (-) when using thinner viscosity materials such as stains. If the pressure is set too high, you will over atomize and waste paint. If the pressure is set too low, tailing will appear or the paint will spatter out in gobs rather than a fine spray.

Unclogging the Spray Tip

Do not attempt to unclog or clean the tip with your finger.
Do not use a needle or other sharp pointed instrument to clean the tip. The hard tungsten carbide is brittle and can be chipped. The spray gun is equipped with a reversible tip which allows you to blow out any particles of old paint or other contaminants that may obstruct the paint flow through the tip. If the spray pattern becomes distorted or stops completely while the gun is triggered, follow these steps: 1. Release the trigger and lock the gun off. 2. Rotate the reversible tip cylinder arrow 180 so that the point of the arrow is toward the rear of the gun. 3. Unlock the gun and squeeze the trigger, pointing the gun at a scrap piece of wood or cardboard. This allows pressure in the spray hose to blow out the obstruction. When the nozzle is clean, paint will come out in a straight, high pressure stream. NOTE: If the spray tip remains clogged, follow the Cleaning the Spray Tip procedure. 4. Release the trigger and lock the gun off. 5. Reverse the tip so the arrow points forward again. 6. Unlock the gun and resume spraying. NOTE: It is sometimes necessary to relieve pump pressure by turning the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME before rotating the reversible tip.

Good spray pattern

Paint tailing pattern

CLEAN UP

Cleaning the Spray Gun Filter
Filter top The spray gun includes a filter to catch dirt particles before they reach the spray tip. If this filter becomes clogged or obstructed it will reduce the flow of paint, changing the spray pattern and possibly damaging the filter. Clean the filter with a brush. Never Pin hole poke the filter with a sharp instrument. This filter must be cleaned daily. If the material being used is old or contains hardened particles, then the filter should be cleaned approximately every 4 hours. If the filter is not cleaned at the proper time, it will plug from the top down. When there is about 1 inch of filter that isn't plugged, the heavy flow of paint will blow pin holes in the filter. Holes in the filter will allow unwanted particles to get into the spray tip, causing the spray tip to clog.

Cleaning the Spray Tip

1. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME. This will bleed off the pressure in the spray hose and filter. Trigger the gun to be sure that the pressure is gone. Refer to the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE section. 2. Lock the spray gun off. 3. Remove the spray tip assembly from the gun with a wrench. 4. Turn the spray tip so that the arrow tab is perpendicular to the spray guard and pull the tip out. 5. Push the seal and washer out the back end of the tip guard. 6. Wash all the tip assembly parts with soapy water or an appropriate solvent. NOTE: If spraying with latex paint, use warm soapy water for cleaning. If using oil or alkyd-based paints, use mineral spirits of paint thinner. Refer to the paint manufacturers instructions for specific recommendations.

Changing the Filter

1. Unscrew fitting #6 from the gun, making sure not to lose the spring #5. Remove the old filter. 2. Slide the new filter, tapered end first, into the gun housing.
NOTE: The tapered end of the filter must be loaded properly into the gun. Improper assembly will result in a plugged tip. 3. Replace the spring #5 and the fitting #6. Tighten with a wrench.
Cleaning the Suction Set Screen
The screen at the bottom of the suction set may also need cleaning. Check it every time you change paint buckets. Remove the screen by pulling it out of the retainer with a plier. Clean the screen with water or solvent and a soft-bristle brush.
NOTE: If spraying with latex paint, use warm soapy water for cleaning. If using oil or alkyd-based paints, use mineral spirits or paint thinner.
Short Term Storage (up to 16 hours)
NOTE: Follow these steps when using latex paints only. If using materials that are oil-based, follow the long-term storage steps.
Do not use mineral spirits or paint thinner on latex paint, or the mixture will turn into a jelly-like substance which is difficult to remove. 5. Plug the sprayer in and turn the motor switch to ON. 6. Trigger the gun to relieve pressure and lock the gun. 7. Remove the spray tip assembly and place it into a container of water or appropriate solvent for the type of material with which you are spraying. 8. Place the attached suction tube and return tube into a container of water or appropriate solvent for the type of material with which you are spraying. 9. Let the water or solvent circulate for 2-3 minutes to flush paint out of the pump, the suction tube and the return tube.

Shutdown

1. 2. 3. 4. Lock the spray gun off. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME. Turn the motor switch to OFF (O) and unplug the sprayer. For latex materials only, pour 1/2 cup water slowly on the top of the paint to prevent the paint from drying. 5. Wrap the spray gun assembly in a damp cloth and place it in a plastic bag. Seal the bag shut. 6. Place the sprayer in a safe place out of the sun for shortterm storage.

Cleaning the Paint Hose

1. To save paint left in the hose, release the gun trigger lock, place the gun body with the spray tip removed against the paint container, and carefully trigger the gun into the container. 2. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY. 3. As soon as the water or solvent starts to come into the bucket, release the trigger. 4. Change to clean water or solvent and continue circulating for another 5 minutes to thoroughly clean the hose, pump and spray gun. 5. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME. 6. Trigger the gun to remove any pressure which may still be in the hose. 7. Lock the spray gun off. 8. Turn the motor switch to OFF. 9. Cover the paint container and set it aside.

Startup

1. Remove the gun from the plastic bag. 2. Stir the water into the paint for latex materials. Remove the seal from the paint bucket and stir the paint for all other materials. 3. Check to be sure that the PRIME/SPRAY knob is set to PRIME. 4. Plug sprayer in and turn the motor switch to ON. 5. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY. 6. Test the sprayer on a practice piece and begin spraying.
Long-term Storage (16 + hours)
Special clean up instructions for use with flammable solvents:

Cleaning the Gun

1. Remove the spray gun from paint hose using a wrench. 2. Remove the filter housing from the gun. Place the gun and the filter assembly into a container of water or solvent to soak. 3. Clean the spray tip and gun filter with a soft brush. Assemble the spray tip in the cleaning position with the arrow pointing to the back of the gun.

IMPORTANT

ALWAYS FLUSH SPRAY GUN AT LEAST ONE (1) HOSE LENGTH AWAY FROM SPRAY PUMP. If collecting flushed solvents in one (1) gallon metal container, place it into an empty five (5) gallon metal container, then flush. Area must be free of vapors. Follow all cleanup instructions.
Cleaning the Suction Tube
1. 2. 3. 4. Lock the spray gun off. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME Turn the motor switch to OFF and unplug the sprayer. Remove the suction tube from the paint and hold it above a bucket of water or solvent. Leave the return tube in the paint bucket. 4. 5. 6. 7. Attach the paint hose to the gun and tighten using a wrench. Turn the motor switch to ON. Unlock the gun. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY and point the gun to the side of the cleaning bucket.
Follow the cleaning procedures in this manual. 8. Continue to trigger the gun for approximately 30 seconds. 9. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME. 10. Trigger the gun to remove any pressure which may still be in the hose. 11. Lock the spray gun off. 12. Turn the motor switch to OFF.

Extended Maintenance

Some pump parts eventually wear out from use and must be replaced. The following list indicates the available repair kits for the parts replaced by each kit. However, pump performance is the only reliable indicator of when to replace wear parts. Refer to the Troubleshooting section for more information on when to use these kits. Kit Part # Description 0512221 Fluid Section Seal Kit (1400 and 1550 Series) 0512222 Valve Replacement Kit (1400 and 1550 Series) 0512223 Fluid Section Seal Kit (1700,1900, 2100 Series) 0512224 Valve Replacement Kit (1700,1900, 2100 Series)
Preparing the Sprayer for Long-term Storage

Use the proper gun filter based on the type of material being applied as shown below.
MAINTENANCE Daily Maintenance
The only daily maintenance necessary is thorough cleaning.
FLUID SECTION SEAL REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS KIT 0512221 (Models 1400/1550) -- KIT 0512223 (Models 1700/1900/2100)
Always wear protective eye wear while servicing the pump. Be sure to follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE when shutting the unit down for any purpose, including servicing or adjusting. After performing the pressure relief procedure, be sure to unplug the unit before servicing or adjusting. Area must be free of solvents and paint fumes.
Disassembly of the Fluid Section
1. Remove the suction set. 2. Remove the front cover and the four screws that secure it using a T20 Torx head driver. 3. Remove the yoke screw and washer that secures the dowel pin. The dowel pin connects the yoke to the piston. 4. Using the pliers, pull the dowel pin out. 5a. For model 1400 and 1550, rotate the pump shaft so the piston is in the top dead center position. This can be done by pushing on the yoke. This is required to disassemble all the parts. 5b. For models 1700/1900/2100, Inspect the yoke assembly and piston. In order to remove all the necessary parts, the piston must not be in the bottom dead center position. If the piston is at the bottom of the stroke, install the front cover and screws, turn the pump on briefly to index the piston, unplug the unit, and repeat step 2. 6. Unscrew and remove the inlet valve assembly using an adjustable wrench. 7. Remove the piston assembly by pushing down on the piston near the yoke. 8. Uscrew and remove the top nut using and adjustable wrench. 9. Remove the worn seals using a flat head screwdriver or punch. Remove the top seal from the top and the bottom seal from the bottom by pressing against the side of the seal and popping it out. Be sure not to scratch the housing where the seals are located. 10. Clean the area where the new seals are to be installed.
into the correct position. 8. Turn pump right side up and apply a few drops of Amspray Separating Oil or light household oil between the top nut and piston. This will prolong the seal life. 9. Install front cover and four (4) screws. 10. Install the suction set.

Top Nut Top Seal (cup down)
0512221 (1400/1550 Kit) 0512223 (1700/1900/ 2100 Kit)
Yoke Retaining Ring Washer Dowel Screw

Piston Assembly

Assembly of the Fluid Section
1. Lubricate the new top seal with Amspray Separating Oil (P/N 0154908) or light household oil and by hand place the seal (cup side of seal down) into the top port of the housing. 2. Place the top nut into the top of the housing and tighten with an adjustable wrench. This will drive the top seal into the correct position. 3. Turn the pump upside down. Place the two (2) large Orings over the new plastic bottom seal, lubricate similar to the top seal, and place the bottom seal with O-rings into the bottom (inlet) of housing by hand. Insert the inlet valve and thread into position to properly seat the seal. Remove inlet and go to step four (4). 4. Push the new piston into the bottom (inlet) of the housing and align with the yoke. A ruber mallet may be used. Be careful not to damage the piston. 5. Install the dowel pin to connect the yoke to the piston. The piston may have to be moved up or down to do this. 6. Install the yoke screw and washer to secure the dowel pin. 7. Install the new O-ring on the inlet assembly, lubricate, thread into the bottom (inlet) of the housing, and tighten with an adjustable wrench. This will drive the bottom seal
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Bottom Seal O-ring Bottom Seal (Cross-Section)

Inlet Valve Assembly

PARTS LIST
GX-06/07 Spray Gun (1550/1700)

G-10 Spray Gun (2100)

Item 1
Part # Description Quantity 0512120 Plastic gun assembly..Metal gun assembly..0501011 Guard Assembly..0501413 Tip*...0154675 Filter assembly, 100 mesh..0043590 Spring, filter..0278357 Cap, filter housing..1 *See listing in Accessories

G-08 Spray Gun (1900)

Item 19 20

Part # 0071321 0149210

Description Quantity Refer to Accessories, page 10 Holder assembly..1 Diffuser, 7/8"...1 Tigger guard...1 Valve spring unit..1 Packing..1 Snap ring...1 Pin M-4..1 Nut, cap M-4...2 Sliding pin..2 Hex nut..1 Retainer block..1 Gun housing...1 Washer..1 Handle..1 Filter...1* Spring...1 Sealing ring..1 Fitting..1 Trigger assembly..1

Part # 0279185 0149211

Description Quantity Tip (Refer to Accessories, page 10) Diffuser..1 Trigger guard..1 Valve union assembly..1 Packing..1 Snap ring...1 Pin M-4..1 Nut, cap..2 Sliding pin..2 Hex nut..1 Retainer block..1 Gun housing...1 Washer..1 Handle..1 Filter..1* Spring...1 Sealing ring..1 Fitting..1 Collar assembly.1 Trigger assembly..1

*See page 10 for additional filter sizes.
Suction Set (1550, 1700, 1900, 2100)
Cart Assembly (1550/1700/1900/2100)

Item 5

Part # 0512390
Description Quantity Suction set assembly..1 Return tube..1 Return tube fitting.1 Filter..1 Clip...3 Item Part # 0512384

Suction Set (1400)

Description Quantity Suction set assembly..1 Return tube..1 Return tube fitting.1 Filter..1 Clip...3
Description Quantity Handle (1550, 1700, 1900). 1 Handle (2100). 1 Bolt (1550, 1700, 1900). 4 Bolt (2100). 4 Washer (1550, 1700, 1900). 4 Nut (1550, 1700, 1900). 4 Knob Handle (2100). 4 Stand (1400). 1 Cart (1550). 1 Cart (1700). 1 Cart (1900). 1 Cart (2100). 1 Wheel (1550). 2 Wheel (1700). 2 Wheel (1900, 2100). 2 Cap (1550, 1700). 2 Cap (1900, 2100). 2 Plug. 1 Plug (2100). 1 Pail Bracket. 1 Hose Bracket (1550, 1700, 1900). 1

Paint Hose

Part # 0270192 0270118
Description 1/4 x 25 Hose (1550) 1/4 x 50 Hose (1700,1900, and 2100)

TROUBLESHOOTING

Problem
A. The sprayer does not start.
1. The sprayer is not plugged in. 2. The ON/OFF switch is set to OFF. 3. A fuse is blown in the sprayer. 4. No voltage is coming from the wall plug. 5. The sprayer was turned off while still under pressure. 6. The extension cord is damaged or has too low a capacity. 7. There is a problem with the motor.

Solution

1. Plug the sprayer in. 2. Turn the ON/OFF switch to ON. 3. Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center 4. Properly test the power supply voltage. 5. Turn pressure control knob to maximum setting (+). 6. Replace the extension cord. 7. Take the sprayer to a Wagner Authorized Service Center. 1. Try to prime the unit again. 2. Refill the bucket or immerse the suction tube in paint. 3. Clean the suction set. 4. Clean the tube connection and tighten it securely. 5. Clean the inlet and outlet valves and replace any worn parts.* Inlet may be stuck from old paint. Insert allen wrench to release (see figure 1 below). 6. Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center. 7. Replace the inlet valve.* 1. Replace the spray tip with a new tip.** 2. Clean the suction set screen. 3. Clean or replace the proper filter. Always keep extra filters on hand. 4. Thin or strain the paint. 5. Clean or replace the outlet valve assembly.* 6. Replace the inlet valve.* 1. Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center.
B. The sprayer starts but does not draw in paint when the PRIME/SPRAY knob is set to PRIME.
1. The unit will not prime properly or has lost prime. 2. The paint bucket is empty or the suction tube is not totally immersed in the paint. 3. The suction set is clogged. 4. The suction tube is loose at the inlet valve. 5. The inlet or outlet valve is stuck. 6. The PRIME/SPRAY valve is plugged. 7. The inlet valve is worn or damaged.

C. The sprayer draws up paint but the pressure drops when the gun is triggered.
1. The spray tip is worn. 2. The suction set screen is clogged. 3. The gun or spray tip filter is plugged. 4. The paint is too heavy or coarse. 5. The outlet valve assembly is dirty or worn. 6. The inlet valve assembly is damaged or worn.
D. The PRIME/SPRAY valve is on SPRAY and there is flow through the return tube. E. The spray gun leaks.
1. The PRIME/SPRAY valve is dirty or worn.
1. Internal parts of the gun are worn or dirty. 1. The tip was assembled incorrectly. 2. A seal is worn. 1. The spray tip, the gun filter or the tip filter is plugged. 2. The spray tip is in the CLEAN position. 1. The pressure is set too low. 2. The gun, the tip, or the suction filter is plugged. 3. The suction tube is loose at the inlet valve. 4. The tip is worn. 5. The paint is too thick. 6. Pressure loss.
1. Take the sprayer to a Wagner Authorized Service Center. 1. Check the tip assembly and assemble properly. 2. Replace the seal.* 1. Clean the spray tip, gun filter or tip filter. 2. Put the tip in the SPRAY position. 1. Increase the pressure. 2. Clean the filters. 3. 4. 5. 6. Tighten the suction tube fitting. Replace the spray tip. Thin the paint. Refer to Causes and Solutions for problem B.
F. The tip assembly leaks.
G. The spray gun will not spray.
H. The paint pattern is tailing.

Figure 1

NOTE: The electric motor should always be kept clean and dry. Paint acts as an insulator. Too much paint on the motor will cause the motor to overheat. * Special repair kits with instructions are available for these procedures. Refer to the Maintenance section of this manual for a list of the kits and their part numbers. ** Additional parts are available for this procedure. Refer to the Accessories section of this manual for a list of the parts and their part numbers.

TABLE DES MATIRES

SCURITE. 15 SPECIFICATION. 17 COMPOSANTS. 17 DESCRIPTION GNRALE. 17 Commandes et fonctions. 17 MONTAGE. 18 Fixation de la poigne-Modle sur chariot seulement. 18 Fixation de la patte de fixation du seau-Modle sur chariot. seulement. 18 Verrouillage et dverouillage du pistolet. 18 Comment attacher la tte. 18 Fixation du tuyau de pulvrisation. 19 Fixation de lensemble daspiration et du tube de retour 18 Branchement de lappereil. 18 LIMITATION DE LA PRESSION PROCDURE. 18 AMORAGE. 18 Purge et amorage. 18 PULVRISATION. 20 Technique de pulvrisation. 20 Practique. 21 NETTOYAGE DENTRETIEN. 21 Nettoyage du filtre du pistolet. 21 Dbouchage de la tte du pulvrisateur. 21 Nettoyage de la tte du pulvrisateur. 22 Nettoyage de lcran de lensemble daspiration. 22 NETTOYAGE APRS PULVRISATION ET ENTREPOSAGE. 22 Entresposage court terme / de nuit. 22 Rangement long terme. 23 MAINTENANCE. 24 Entretien quotidien. 24 Entretien prolong. 24 ACCESSOIRES. 24 COMPARTIMENT LIQUIDE. 25 LISTE DE PICES. 27 EN CAS DE PROLEME. 28 GARANTIE LIMITE. 44

 

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