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Installing and servicing this equipment requires
access to parts which may cause electrostatic
or other serious
bodily injury if the work is not
performed properly. Do not install or service this
unless you are trained and qualified.
NOTE: Check all possible remedies in the
before disassembling the gun.
Flush the Gun and Relieve Pressure
reduce the risk
of fire, explosion, or electrostatic
BE SURE the turbine air (electrostatics)
before flushing the gun.
is not recommended as a
or cleaning solvent with this gun as it will
damage nylon components.
removing the gun for service, flush it by alternat
solvent and air
Pressure Relief Pro
S If the plastic parts of the gun must be held in a vise,
use padded vise jaws to avoid damaging parts.
remove the gun from the worksite for service
. The service or repair area must be clean.
Pressure Relief Procedure
reduce the risk
of serious bodily injury
splashing in the eyes or on the skin, injury from
moving parts or electrostatic shock, always follow
procedure when shutting of
f the system, when
or servicing any part of the spray system,
installing, cleaning or changing fluid nozzles,
whenever you stop spraying.
f the air to the control module, except for
. If the air pilot fluid regulator is
air pressure is needed at the regulator air
to relieve pressure in the fluid line.
f the fluid supply to the gun.
3. Trigger the gun into a grounded metal waste
to relieve fluid pressure.
4. Open the pump drain valve, having a waste
ready to catch the drainage.
the pump drain valve open until you are
to spray again.
Remove the Gun from the Manifold and
the Mounting Bracket (See Fig 14 )
cap/air cap nut assembly and the gun
2. Loosen the three socket head cap screws and the
button head screw, using the ball end wrench (46)
the gun from the manifold.