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07-24-2012 11:01:09

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I have a craftsman paint gun model 919155350. I used it and cleaned it with lac thinner and when I put it back toghter it spays but pulsates. Did I lose somthing when I took it apart?. all the o rings are in place ,need help.Bob

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07-25-2012 15:21:26

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 Re: paint gun in reply to bmiller36, 07-24-2012 11:01:09  
It's the packing on the needle. Tighten the small nut.

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07-25-2012 11:17:57

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 Re: paint gun in reply to bmiller36, 07-24-2012 11:01:09  
check to see if you have the fluid tip and the o-ring is on very tight.

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Stephen Newell

07-24-2012 15:28:05

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 Re: paint gun in reply to bmiller36, 07-24-2012 11:01:09  
It sounds like a vacuum leak to me. Where the cup screws onto the body try wraping it with plumbers nylon tape and re-attach the cup. I've even had guns that wouldn't tighten up completely so I ended up glueing the cup assembly to the body of the gun with epoxy. The gun has to siphon the paint out of the cup and if there is a leak somewhere it's like drinking through a straw with a hole in it.

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07-24-2012 11:29:59

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 Re: paint gun in reply to bmiller36, 07-24-2012 11:01:09  
Is the vent in the cup open or plugged??

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07-24-2012 11:32:09

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 Re: paint gun in reply to Unruh, 07-24-2012 11:29:59  
Yes, I cleaned the cup also.Bob

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