AIRLESSCO LP690 Specifications

AIRLESS PAINT SPRAYER
SERVICE/OPERATION
MANUAL
AIRLESSCO
LP460 - LP540 - LP690
ALLPRO
510E - 710E - 810E
Form No. 001-492 July 2004
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Diagrams & Parts Lists
Introduction
LP Series Specifications
Safety Warnings
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Getting Started
Flushing
How to Flush
Setting Up
Starting Up
Pressure Relief Procedure
Daily Maintenance
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Repairs/Maintenance Instructions
Spray Gun Operation
Spray Gun Troubleshooting
Spray Tip Selection
Electric Motor Maintenance
Field Troubleshooting
Servicing the Fluid Pump
Servicing Piston Rod,
Outlet Valve
Servicing Suction Assembly
Packing Replacement
Electrical Board Calibration - 4 Series
Electrical Troubleshooting - 4 Series
Electrical Board Calibration - 5/6 Series
Electrical Troubleshooting - 5/6 Series
Replacement of Electrical Components
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Manifold Filter Parts List
Gear & Pump Assembly
Upper & Lower Piston Rods
Fluid Pump
Carry Frame Machine Parts List
Lo-Boy Machine Parts List
Hi-Boy Machine Parts List
Suction Assemblies
Electrical System Drawing - 4 Series
Electrical System Drawing - 5/6 Series
Quick Reference Guide
Single Sheet of Instructions for Operation
& Cleaning of an Airless Paint Sprayer
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Manufactured by: AIRLESSCO BY DUROTECH CO.
P.O. Box 8006, Moorpark, CA. 93020-8006, Ship to: 5397 Commerce Ave.,
Moorpark, CA 93021Tel: 805-523-0211 Fax: 805-523-1063
www.airlessco.com email: techsupport@airlessco.com
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Copyright © 2004, All rights reserved.
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INTRODUCTION
Your new Airlessco airless paint sprayer is designed to meet the demands of
the professional painting contractor as well as the homeowner. The famous
Airlessco slow-stroking stainless steel piston pump delivers extra long life
for the piston, packings, valve seats and balls. The patented Triple-Life
packing system is externally adjustable, extending packing life and reducing
repacking costs. Its large high-torque electric motor runs slower reducing
heat. The motor is fan cooled and totally enclosed to reduce brush wear and
to prevent the ignition of paint fumes in the motor.
4 SERIES
LP460/510E
Max. Pressure
Output (FreeFlow)
Output (At Pressure)
Tip Size
Motor- Output
Weight
CARRY FRAME MODEL
5 SERIES
LP540/610E
3000 psi
0.5 gpm
0.46 gpm
1 gun up to 0.021
DC TEFC .6 hp
38 lbs
6 SERIES
LP690/810E
3000 psi
0.7 gpm
0.54 gpm
1 gun up to 0.023
DC TEFC .8 hp
41 lbs.
LO-BOY MODEL
3000 psi
0.8 gpm
0.6 gpm
1 gun up to 0.026
DC. TEFC. .8 hp
65 lbs.
HI-BOY MODEL
HANDLE THIS UNIT AS YOU WOULD A LOADED FIREARM!
High pressure spray can cause extremely serious injury.
OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS!
Before operating this unit, read and follow all safety warnings and instructions
related to the usage of this equipment on pages 2, 3 & 4. READ, LEARN, and
FOLLOW the Pressure Relief Procedure on Page 10 of this manual.
All Service Procedures to be performed by an Authorized Airlessco Service Center ONLY.
NO MODIFICATIONS or alterations of any AIRLESSCO Equipment or part is allowed.
MANUAL NOTATIONS
WARNING - Alerts user to avoid or correct conditions that could cause bodily injury.
CAUTION - Alerts user to avoid or correct conditions that could cause damage to or destruction of equipment.
IMPORTANT - Alerts users to steps or procedures that are essential to proper equipment repair and maintenance.
NOTE - Identifies essential procedures or extra information.
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SAFETY WARNINGS
HIGH PRESSURE SPRAY CAN CAUSE EXTREMELY SERIOUS INJURY.
Handle as you would a loaded firearm.
Follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE.
DO NOT USE HALOGENATED SOLVENTS IN THIS SYSTEM.
The prime valve, and most airless guns have aluminum parts and may explode. Cleaning agents, coatings, paints or adhesives
may contain halogenated hydrocarbon solvents. DON'T TAKE CHANCES! Consult your material suppliers to be sure. Some of
the most common of these solvents are: Carbontetrachloride, Chlorobenzene, Dichloroethane, Dichloroethyl Ether,
Ethylbromide, Ethylchloride, Tethrachloethane. Alternate valves and guns are available if you need to use these solvents.
MEDICAL ALERT - Airless Spray Wounds
If any fluid appears to penetrate your skin, get
EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE AT ONCE.
DO NOT TREAT AS A SIMPLE CUT.
Tell the doctor exactly what fluid was injected.
directly into the blood stream. Consultation with a plastic surgeon
or reconstructive hand surgeon may be advisable.
INJECTION HAZARD
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
• Fluids under high pressure from spray or leaks can
penetrate the skin and cause extremely serious injury,
including the need for amputation.
• NEVER alter equipment in any manner.
• NEVER point the spray gun at anyone or any part of
the body.
• NEVER spray highly flammable materials.
• NEVER put your hand or fingers over the spray tip. Do
not use a rag or any other materials over your fingers.
Paint will penetrate through these materials & into the hand.
• NEVER allow another person to use sprayer unless
he is thoroughly instructed on its safe use and
given this operators manual to read.
• NEVER try to stop or deflect leaks with your hand or body.
• ALWAYS wear a spray mask, gloves and protective
eye wear while spraying.
• ALWAYS have the tip guard in place when spraying.
• ALWAYS lock the gun trigger when you stop spraying.
• ALWAYS remove tip from the gun to clean it.
• NEVER try to "blow back" paint, this is not an air spray
sprayer.
• ALWAYS follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
before cleaning or removing the spray tip or servicing any
system equipment.
• Be sure the equipment safety devices are operating properly
before each use.
• Tighten all of the fluid connections before each use.
MEDICAL TREATMENT\
• If any fluid appears to penetrate your skin, get EMERGENCY
CARE AT ONCE! DON'T TREAT AS A SIMPLE CUT.
• Go to an emergency room immediately.
• Tell the doctor you suspect an injection injury.
• Tell him what kind of material you were spraying with
and have him read NOTE TO PHYSICIAN above.
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NOTE TO PHYSICIAN: Injection in the skin is a traumatic
injury. It is important to treat the injury surgically as
soon as possible. DO NOT DELAY treatment to research
toxicity. Toxicity is a concern with some exotic coatings injected
• NEVER smoke while in spraying area.
• NEVER use around children.
• ALWAYS ensure fire extinquishing equipment is
readily available and properly maintained.
NEVER LEAVE SPRAYER UNATTENDED
WITH PRESSURE IN THE SYSTEM.
FOLLOW PRESSURE RELIEF
PROCEDURES.
NOTE: United States Government safety
standards have been adopted under the
Occupational Safety & Health Act. These
standards, particularly the General Standards,
Part 1910 & Construction Standards, Part 1926
should be consulted.
SAFETY WARNINGS
ALWAYS INSPECT SPRAYING AREA
HOSES
• Keep the spraying area free from obstructions.
• Tighten all of the fluid connections securely before each
use. High pressure fluid can dislodge a loose coupling or
allow high pressure spray to be emitted from the coupling
and result in an injection injury or serious bodily injury.
• Make sure the spraying area has good ventilation
to safely remove vapors and mists.
• NEVER keep flammable material in spraying area.
• NEVER spray in vicinity of open flame or other
sources of ignition.
• The spraying area must be at least 20 ft. away from
spray unit.
SPRAY GUN SAFETY
• ALWAYS set gun safety lock in the "LOCKED"
position when not in use & before servicing or cleaning.
• NEVER remove or modify any part of the gun.
• ALWAYS REMOVE THE SPRAY TIP when cleaning.
Flush unit at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRESSURE.
• ALWAYS check operation of all gun safety devices
before each use.
• Be very careful when removing the spray tip or hose
from the gun. A plugged line will contain fluid under
pressure. If the tip or line is plugged, follow the
PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE.
TIP GUARD
• ALWAYS have the tip guard in place on the spray
gun while spraying. The tip guard alerts you to the
injection hazard and helps prevent accidentally
placing your fingers or any part of your body close
to the spray tip.
SPRAY TIP SAFETY
• Use extreme caution when cleaning or changing
spray tips. If the spray tip clogs while spraying, engage the gun safety latch immediately. ALWAYS
follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
and then remove the spray tip to clean it.
• NEVER wipe off build up around the spray tip.
TOXIC FLUID HAZARD
• ALWAYS remove tip guard & tip to clean AFTER
pump is turned off and the pressure is relieved by
following the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE.
• Hazardous fluid or toxic fumes can cause serious injury
or death if splashed in eyes or on skin, inhaled or
swallowed. Know the hazards of the fluid you are using.
Store & dispose of hazardous fluid according to
manufacturer, local, state & national guidelines.
• ALWAYS wear protective eyewear, gloves,
clothing and respirator as recommended by fluid
manufacturer.
• Only use hoses with a spring guard. The spring guard
helps protect the hose from kinks or other damage which
could result in hose rupture and cause an injection injury.
• NEVER use a damaged hose, which can result in hose
failure or rupture and cause an injection injury or other
serious bodily injury or property damage. Before each use,
check entire hose for cuts, leaks, abrasions, bulging of the
cover, or damage or movement of couplings. If any of
these conditions exist, replace the hose immediately.
• NEVER use tape or any device to try to mend the hose as
it cannot contain the high pressure fluid. NEVER
ATTEMPT TO RECOUPLE THE HOSE. A high pressure
hose is not recoupleable.
GROUNDING
• Ground the sprayer & other components in the system to
reduce the risk of static sparking, fire or explosion which
can result in serious bodily injury and property damage.
For detailed instructions on how to ground, check your
local electrical code.
• ALWAYS ensure switch is in OFF position before
plugging unit in.
Always Ground All of These Components:
1. Sprayer: plug the power supply cord, or extension cord,
each equipped with an undamaged three-prong plug, into a
properly grounded outlet. DO NOT USE AN ADAPTER.
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. (Note: The table on the top of the next page shows
the correct size to use depending on cord length and name
plate ampere rating. If in doubt, use the next heavier gauge.
The smaller the gauge number, the heavier the cord.)
2. Fluid hose: use only grounded hoses.
3. Spray gun or dispensing valve: grounding is obtained
through connection to a properly grounded fluid hose and
pump.
4. Object being sprayed: according to your local code.
5. All solvent pails used when flushing.
• Once each week, check electrical resistance of hose (when
using multiple hose assemblies, check overall resistance.)
Overall (end to end) resistance of unpressurized hose must
not exceed 29 megohms (max.) for any coupled length or
combination of hose lengths. If hose exceeds these limits,
replace it immediately.
• Never exceed 500 ft. (150 m) overall combined cord
length to assure electrical continuity.
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SAFETY WARNINGS
UL RECOMMENDATION FOR MINIMUM GAUGE EXTENSION CORD
AMPERAGE
RATING
RANGE
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6-8
8 - 10
10 - 12
VOLTAGE
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LENGTH OF CORD IN FEET
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Always Follow Recommended Pressure
and Operating Instructions
KEEP CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS
Keep clear of moving parts when starting or operating the
sprayer. Do not put your fingers into any openings to avoid
amputation by moving parts or burns on hot parts. Precaution
is the best insurance against an accident. When starting the
motor, maintain a safe distance from moving parts of the equipment. Before adjusting or servicing any mechanical part of the
sprayer, follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE.
AVOID COMPONENT RUPTURE
• This sprayer operates at 3000 psi (205 bar). Always be
sure that all components and accessories have a maximum
working pressure of at least 3000 psi to avoid rupture
which can result in serious bodily injury including
injection and property damage.
• NEVER leave a pressurized sprayer unattended to avoid
accidental operation of it, which could result in serious
bodily injury.
• ALWAYS follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
whenever you stop spraying and before adjusting,
removing or repairing any part of the sprayer.
• NEVER alter or modify any part of the equipment to
avoid possible component rupture which could result in
serious bodily injury and property damage.
• NEVER use weak, damaged, or non-conductive paint
hose. Do not allow kinking or crushing of hoses or
allow it to vibrate against rough, sharp or hot surfaces.
Before each use, check your hoses for damage and wear
and ensure all of the fluid connections are secure.
• ALWAYS replace any damaged hose. NEVER use tape
or any device to mend the hose.
• NEVER attempt to stop any leakage in the line or
fittings with your hand or any part of the body. Turn off
the unit and release pressure by following PRESSURE
RELIEF PROCEDURE.
• ALWAYS use approved high pressure fittings and
replacement parts.
• ALWAYS ensure fire extinquishing equipment is readily
available and properly maintained.
PREVENT STATIC SPARKING FIRE/EXPLOSIONS
• ALWAYS be sure all of the equipment & objects being
sprayed are properly grounded. Always ground sprayer,
paint bucket and object being sprayed. See the grounding
section of this manual for grounding information.
• Vapors created when spraying can be ignited by sparks.
To reduce the risk of fire, always locate the sprayer at
least 20 feet (6 m.) away from spray area. Do not plug in
or unplug any electrical cords in the spray area. Doing so
can cause sparks which can ignite any vapors still in the
air. Follow the coating & solvent manufacturers safety
warnings and precautions.
• Use only conductive fluid hoses for airless applications.
Be sure the gun is grounded through the hose connections.
Check ground continuity in hose & equipment. Overall
(end to end) resistance of unpressurized hose must not
exceed 29 megohms for any coupled length or combination
of hose length. Use only high pressure airless hoses with
static wire approved for 3000 psi.
FLUSHING
• Reduce the risk of injection injury, static sparking or
splashing by following the specific cleaning process.
• ALWAYS follow the PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE.
• ALWAYS remove the spray tip before flushing. Hold
the metal part of the gun firmly to the side of a metal pail
& use the lowest possible fluid pressure during flushing.
• NEVER use cleaning solvents with flash points below
140 degrees F. Some of these are: acetone, benzene,
ether, gasoline, naptha. Consult your supplier to be sure.
• NEVER SMOKE in the spraying/cleaning area.
WHEN SPRAYING & CLEANING WITH FLAMMABLE PAINTS AND THINNERS
1. When spraying with flammable liquids, the unit must be located a minimum of 25 feet away from the spraying area in a
well ventilated area. Ventilation must be sufficient enough to prevent the accumulation of vapors.
2. To eliminate electrostatic discharge, ground the spray unit, paint bucket & spraying object. See GROUNDING. Use only
high pressure airless hoses approved for 3000 psi which is conductive.
3. Remove the spray tip before flushing. Hold the metal part of the gun firmly to the side of a metal pail & use the lowest
possible fluid pressure during flushing.
4. Never use high pressure in the cleaning process. USE MINIMUM PRESSURE.
5. Do not smoke in spraying/cleaning area.
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FLUSHING
1. New Sprayer
5. Storage
Your sprayer was factory tested in an oil solution which
was left in the pump. Before using oil-base paint, flush
with mineral spirits only. Before using water-base paint
flush with mineral spirits, followed by soapy water, then a
clean water flush.
Always relieve pressure (See pressure relief
procedure on page 10) prior to storage or when
machine is unattended.
2. Changing Colors
Flush with a compatible solvent such as mineral spirits or
water.
3. Changing from water-base to
oil-base paint.
Flush with soapy water, then mineral spirits.
4. Changing from oil-base to
water-base paint.
Flush with mineral spirits, followed by soapy water, then a
clean water flush.
Oil-base Paint: Flush with mineral spirits. Ensure that
there is no pressure in the unit, then close the prime/
pressure relief valve.
Water-base Paint: Flush with water, then mineral spirits.
For longer term storage use a 50/50 mixture of mineral
spirits and motor oil. Always ensure that there is no pressure in the unit, and close the prime/pressure relief valve
for storage.
6. Start-up after storage
Before using water-base paint, flush with soapy
water and then a clean water flush.
When using oil-base paint, flush out the mineral
spirits with the material to be sprayed.
NEVER leave pump unattended
while under pressure!
HOW TO FLUSH
FIGURE 1
Prime/Pressure Relief Valve (Prime/PR Valve)
Used to relieve pressure from gun, hose & tip and to prime
the unit when in OPEN position.
(It is in open position
when there is a wider gap
between valve handle and
cam body).
When valve is in the CLOSED
position, there is only a very
slight gap between handle & body.
When closed the system is
pressurized.
Handle as a Loaded Firearm!
FIGURE 2
PRESSURE CONTROL KNOB. (FIG. 2)
Used to adjust pressure. Turn clockwise (CW) to increase
pressure and counterclockwise (CCW) to decrease pressure.
FIGURE 3
ON
OFF
TOGGLE
SWITCH
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HOW TO FLUSH (continued)
1. Be sure the gun safety latch is engaged and there
is no spray tip in the gun. Refer to page 14 on how
to lock the safety latch and the gun's safety features.
FIGURE 4
REMOVE SPRAY TIP.
ENGAGE GUN SAFETY
LATCH.
2. Pour enough clean, compatible solvent into a large,
empty metal pail to fill the pump and hoses.
3. Place the suction tube into the pail.
4. Turn the Prime/Pressure Relief (PR) Valve to the
"OPEN" , priming position. Refer to Figure 1.
5. Point the gun into the metal pail and hold a metal
part of the gun firmly against the pail. Refer to Figure 5.
To reduce the risk of static sparking
which can cause fire or explosion,
always hold a metal part of the gun firmly
against the metal pail when flushing. This
also reduces splashing.
FIGURE 5
MAINTAIN FIRM
METAL TO METAL
CONTACT BETWEEN
GUN AND CONTAINER
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6. Disengage the gun safety latch and squeeze the
gun trigger. Turn the ON-OFF Toggle Switch to the
"ON" position (Figure 3) and turn Pressure Control
Knob (Figure 2) clockwise to increase pressure just
enough to start the pump.
7. Turn the Prime/PR Valve to the PRESSURE
"CLOSED" position. This will allow solvent to be
flushed through the pump, hoses and gun. Allow the
unit to operate until clean solvent comes from the gun.
8. Release the trigger and engage the gun safety
latch.
9. Whenever you shut off the sprayer, follow the
"PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE".
SETTING UP
1. Connect the hose and gun.
a. Remove the plastic cap plug from the outlet tee
and screw a conductive or grounded 3000 psi
airless spray hose onto fluid outlet.
b. Connect an airless spray gun to the other end of
the hose.
c. Do not use steel braided airless hose. Use nylon
braided airless hose only.
NOTE: Do not use thread sealer on swivel
unions as they are made to self-seal.
Use thread seal on tapered male threads only.
2. Fill the packing nut/wet cup with
5 drops of Airlessco Throat Seal
Oil (TSO). See (Figure 6).
FIGURE 6
3. Check the electrical service.
Be sure the electrical service is 120 VAC, 15 amp
minimum, and that the outlet you use is properly
grounded.
4. Grounding
WARNING
To reduce the risk of static sparking, fire or
explosion which can result in serious bodily
injury and property damage, always ground
the sprayer and system components and the
object being sprayed, as instructed in the
safety warning section of this manual.
5. Flush the sprayer
As per "Flushing Procedure" in this manual.
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STARTING UP
1. Learn the functions of the controls.
PRIME/PRESSURE (PR) RELIEF VALVE is used to
prime pump and to relieve pressure from gun, hose and tip.
FIGURE 7
When in CLOSED position,
there is only a very slight gap
between handle & body.
When closed the system is
pressurized. Handle as a loaded firearm!
3. Starting the sprayer
(See Figure 7, 8 & 9)
a. Prime/PR Valve must be "OPEN" in the priming
position.
b. When you have ensured that the gun safety latch is
engaged, attach tip and safety guard.
c. Turn the ON-OFF Toggle Switch to the
"ON" position.
d. Turn Pressure Control Knob clockwise to prime
the pump.
FIGURE 8
ON
OFF
TOGGLE
SWITCH
PRESSURE CONTROL KNOB is used to adjust
pressure. Turn clockwise (CW) to increase pressure and
counterclockwise (CCW) to decrease pressure.
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a. Prepare the material according to the material
manufacturer's recommendations.
b. Place the suction tube into the material
container.
Prime/Pressure Relief Valve (Prime/PR Valve)
Used to relieve pressure from gun, hose & tip and to prime
the unit when in OPEN position. (It is in open position
when there is a wider gap
between valve handle and
cam body)
FIGURE 9
2. Prepare the material
e. After the pump is primed, turn Prime/PR Valve to
the "Closed" position.
f. Turn Pressure Control Knob to the desired spray
pressure. Optional LCD displays pressure.
g. Disengage the gun safety latch and you are
ready to spray.
STARTING UP
4. Adjusting the pressure
a. Turn the Pressure Control Knob Clockwise to
increase pressure and counterclockwise to decrease
pressure.
b. Always use the lowest pressure necessary to
completely atomize the material.
Note: Operating the sprayer at higher pressure
than needed, wastes material, causes early tip
wear, and shortens sprayer life.
c. If more coverage is needed, use a larger tip rather
than increasing the pressure.
d. Check the spray pattern. The tip size and angle
determines the pattern width and flow rate.
Avoiding Tip Clogs
There is an easy way to keep the outside of the
tip clean from material build up:
Every time you stop spraying, for even a minute,
lock the gun and submerge it into a small bucket
of thinner suitable for the material sprayed.
Thinner will dissolve the buildup of paint on the
outside of tip, tip guard and gun much more
effectively if the paint doesn't have time to dry
out completely.
WARNING
Be sure to relieve pressure in the pump after
filling with Airlessco Pump Conditioner.
WARNING
Follow the "Pressure Relief Procedure".
To reduce the risk of injection, never
hold your hand, body, fingers or hand
in a rag in front of the spray tip when
cleaning or checking for a cleared tip.
Always point the gun toward the ground
or into a waste container when checking
to see if the tip is cleared or when using
a self-cleaning tip.
WARNING
When you spray into the paint bucket,
always use the lowest spray pressure
and maintain firm metal to metal contact
between gun and container.
5. When Shutting off the Sprayer
a. Whenever you stop spraying, even for a short break,
follow the "Pressure Relief Procedure".
b. Clean the tip & gun as recommended on page 15 for
Airlessco 007 gun or separate gun instruction manual for
all others.
c. Flush the sprayer at the end of each work day, if the
material you are spraying is water-based, or if it could
harden in the sprayer overnight. See "Flushing". Use a
compatible solvent to flush, then fill the pump and hoses
with an oil based solvent such as mineral spirits.
d. For long term shutdown or storage, refer to the
"Flushing" section of this manual.
To stop the unit in an emergency, turn the
motor off. Then relieve the fluid pressure
in the pump and hose as instructed in the
Pressure Relief Procedure.
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PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT!
To avoid possible serious body injury, always follow this procedure whenever the sprayer
is shut off, when checking it, when installing, changing or cleaning tips, whenever you stop
spraying, or when you are instructed to relieve the pressure.
1. Engage the gun safety latch. Refer to the separate
instruction manual provided with your gun on its
safety features and how to engage safety latch.
2. Turn the unit off & unplug it from the electrical outlet.
3. Disengage the gun safety latch and trigger the gun
to relieve residual fluid pressure.
Hold metal part of the gun in
contact with grounded metal pail.
USE MINIMUM PRESSURE !
4. Turn Prime/Pressure Relief Valve (PR Valve) to the open
(priming) position to relieve residual fluid pressure.
There will be a wider gap between valve handle and cam
body when in open position. In the closed position there is
only a very slight gap.
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Note: The valve handle can move both clockwise
and counter clockwise and can face different directions.
5. Re-engage gun safety latch and
close Prime/Pressure Relief Valve.
If the SPRAY TIP OR HOSE IS CLOGGED, follow Step 1 through 5 above. Expect paint
splashing into the bucket while relieving pressure during Step 4.
If you suspect that pressure hasn't been relieved due to damaged Prime/Pressure Relief Valve
or other reason, engage the gun safety latch and take your unit to an authorized Airlessco
Service Center.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
1. Keep the displacement pump packing nut/wet cup lubricated with Airlessco TSO (Throat Seal Oil) at all times. The
TSO helps protect the rod and the packings.
2. Inspect the packing nut daily. Your pump has a patented Triple Life Packing System. Packing life will be extended a
minimum of three times if the following "Packing Adjustment" procedure is followed:
If seepage of paint into the packing nut and/or movement of the piston upward is found
(while not spraying), the packing nut should be tightened enough to stop leakage only, but
not any tighter. Overtightening will damage the packings and reduce the packing life.
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SPRAY GUN OPERATION
SPRAY GUN
Attach spray gun to airless unit and tighten fittings securely.
Set the gun safety latch. (Also may be called gun safety lock,
or trigger lock)
* The gun safety latch should always be set when the gun is
not being triggered.
Read all warnings and safety precautions supplied with the
spray gun and in product manual.
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MAJOR COMPONENTS OF SPRAY
GUN AND REVERSIBLE SPRAY TIP
Reversible
Spray Tip
™
Gun Safety
Latch or lock
Tip Guard
Handle
(filter inside)
Trigger
Guard
SPRAY TIP ASSEMBLY
1. Be sure pressure relief procedure is followed before
assembling tip and housing to the gun.
2. Lock gun safety latch.
3. Insert REV-TIP™ cylinder into the REV-GUARD™
(guard housing assembly).
4. Guide metal seat into REV-GUARD™ (guard housing
assembly) through retaining nut & turn until it seats
against the cylinder.
5. Insert O-Ring gasket on metal seat so it fits in the grooves.
6. Finger tighten REV-GUARD™ retaining nut onto the gun.
7. Turn guard in the desired position.
8. Completely tighten the retaining nut.
Retaining Nut
REV-GUARD™
Guard Housing Assembly
TO REMOVE CLOGS FROM SPRAY TIP
1.
2.
3.
4.
Lock gun safety latch.
Turn REV-TIP™ handle 180 degrees.
Disengage trigger lock & trigger gun into pail.
If the REV-TIP™ handle appears locked (resists
turning), loosen the retaining nut. The handle will
now turn easily.
5. Engage gun safety latch & return handle to the
spray position.
Retaining Nut
O-Ring Gasket
Reverse to
Unplug
Metal Seat
Spray Position Shown
REV-TIP™ Cylinder
CLEANING SPRAY GUN
Immediately after the work is finished, flush the gun out with
a solvent. Brush pins with solvent and oil them lightly so
they will not collect dried paint.
CLEANING FILTER IN GUN HANDLE
To clean the filter, use a brush dipped in an appropriate solvent. Change or clean filters at least once a day.
Some types of latex may require a filter change after
four hours of operation.
CLOGGED FLAT TIP
Should the spray tip become clogged, relieve pressure from
hose by following the "Pressure Relief Procedure." Secure
gun with the safety latch, take off guard, take out the tip,
soak in appropriate solvent & clean with a brush. (Do not
use a needle or sharp pointed instrument to clean the tip.
The tungsten carbide is brittle and can chip.)
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AIRLESS SPRAY GUN TROUBLESHOOTING
DEFECTS
CAUSE
CORRECTION
Coarse spray
Low pressure
Increase the pressure
Excessive fogging
(overspray)
High pressure
Material too thin
Reduce pressure for satisfactory pattern
Use less thinner
Pattern too wide
Spray angle too large
Use smaller spray angle tip
Pattern too narrow
Spray angle too small
Use larger spray angle tip. (If coverage is OK,
try tip in same nozzle group)
Too much material
Tip size too large
Material too thin
Pressure too high
Use next smaller tip
Too little material
Tip size too small
Material too thick
Use next larger tip
Thin distribution in
center of pattern
"horns"
Worn tip
Wrong tip
Change for new tip
Use tip with a smaller spray angle
Thick skin on work
Material too viscous
Thin material
Application too heavy
Reduce pressure and/or use smaller tip
Coating fails to
close & smooth over
Material too viscous
Thin material
Spray pattern irregular,
deflected
Orifice clogged
Tip damaged
Clean carefully
Replace with new tip
Craters or pock marks
Solvent balance
Use 1-3% "short" solvents remainder "long" solvents.
(This is most likely to happen with material of low
viscosity, lacquers etc.)
Bubbles on work
Contamination or dust
Clean surface to be sprayed
Clogged screens
Extraneous material
in paint.
Clean screen
Coarse pigments
Use coarse screen if orifice size allows
Poorly milled pigments
(paint pigments glocculate
cover screen. Incompatible
paint mixture & thinners.
Use coarser screen, larger orifice tips. Obain ball
milled paint. If thinner was added, test to see if a
drop on top of paint mixes or flattens out on the
on the surface. If not, try different thinner in fresh
batch of paint.
TEST THE PATTERN
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Reduce pressure
SPRAY TIP SELECTION
Spray tip selection is based on paint viscosity, paint type,
and job needs. For light viscosities (thin paints), use a
smaller tip; for heavier viscosities (thicker paints), use a
larger tip size.
TIP IDENTIFICATION:
Rev-Tip for Painting P.N. 560-xxx
Rev-Tip for Striping P.N. 562-xxxST
TM
1st 3-digits identifies it as a REV-TIP for airless paint spraying (P.N. 560-xxx) or
a REV-TIP for airless line striping (P.N. 562-xxxST).
TM
TM
TM
4th digit is the fan width - the number is half the fan width, e.g., 5 means a 10” fan.
5th and 6th digits are for the orifice size and is measured in thousandths of an inch,
e.g., 17 = 0.017 inch - The higher the number, the larger the tip.
For sizes not shown, call factory for availability.
Rev-Tip for Painting
SPRAY TIP - ORIFICE SIZE (Inches)
TM
Fan Width (12” from surface)
in.
(mm)
4-6
6-8
8-10
10-12
12-14
14-16
16-18
102-152
152-203
203-254
254-305
305-356
356-406
406-457
.029
.009 .011 .013 .015 .017 .019 .021 .023 .025 .027 .031 .035 .039 .041
209 211 213
309 311 313
409 411 413
511 513
613
Gun Filter C= Coarse - 60 mesh
F
F
Wood
Interior
•
•
•
F= Fine - 100 mesh
Wood
Exterior
Masonry
Lacquer, Varnish
Stain, Sealer
Enamel
Exterior Stain
Vinyl, Acrylic, Latex
Vinyl, Oil Base Alkyd
Latex, Acrylic
Block Filler
Elastomer
Hi Build, Mil White
Ceiling
Structural Steel Heavy Coatings
Water Flow Rate (gpm)
(water @ 2000psi, 138 bar)
(lpm)
.49
Paint Flow Rate (gpm)
(latex paint @ 2000psi,
(lpm)
138 bar/1.36 spec. gr.)
.38
Pump Minimum
Output*
1.0
(gpm)
(lpm)
*Pump will support tip worn to next larger size.
Spray tip size is based on how many gallons of paint per
minute can be sprayed through the tip. Do not use a tip
larger than the maximum pump flow rate or capacity the
sprayer can accommodate. Pump flow rate is measured
in gallons per minute (GPM).
.12
.10
.25
.18
.69
.15
.57
.25
1.0
223
323
423
523
623
819
221
321
421
521
621
721
821
C
C
C
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
215
315
415
515
615
715
815
217
317
417
517
617
717
219
319
419
519
619
F,C
C
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
.24
.91
.21
.79
.33
1.25
225
325
425
525
625
227
327
427
527
627
229
335
431
531 535
631 635
831
•
•
•
•
639 641
739 741
REMOVE FILTER
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
.31
.38
.47
.57
.67
.77
1.03 1.31 1.63 1.80
.27
.33
.40
.49
.58
.66
.88
1.0
1.25
1.17 1.47 1.79 2.15 2.54 2.96 3.90 4.98 6.17 6.81
1.12 1.39 1.54
1.02 1.25 1.51 1.85 2.20 2.50 3.33 4.24 5.26 5.83
.40
1.5
.50
1.9
.60
2.3
.75
2.8
.88
3.3
3.8
4.7
1.5
5.7
2.0
7.5
2.2
8.2
Protected By U.S. Patent No. 6,264,115 Other U.S. & Foreign Patents Applied For.
PATTERN WIDTH
Thickness of the paint coat per stroke is determined by spray
tip "fan width", rate of the spray gun movement, and distance
to surface.
SPRAY TIP SELECTION
Two tips having the same tip size, but different pattern widths
will deliver the same amount of paint over a different area
(wider or narrower strip). A spray tip with a narrow pattern
width makes it easy to spray in tight places.
SPRAY TIP REPLACEMENT
During use, especially with latex paint, high pressure will
cause the orifice to grow larger. This destroys the pattern.
Replace tips before they become excessively worn. Worn
tips waste paint, cause overspray, make cutting-in difficult,
and decreases sprayer performance.
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ELECTRIC MOTOR MAINTENANCE
1. LUBRICATION - This motor is supplied with prelubricated ball bearings, lubricated for life of bearing.
2. MOTOR BRUSHES - These need periodic inspection and replacement as wear indicates. Brush wear is greatly
influenced by individual application. It is recommended that brush wear be checked at early intervals of operation in
order to determine future required inspections. Standard Leeson brushes for this motor have an initial length of 3/4".
When the brushes are worn to a length of 3/8", they should be replaced.
3. TO CHANGE THE BRUSHES, follow the procedures below:
a. Unplug the machine.
b. Open the two covers at the rear of the motor.
c. Loosen the screw holding the brush terminal and remove the brush lead.
d. Push the brush retainer clip in and remove.
e. Remove the worn brushes (one on each side of motor).
f. Install new brushes in reverse order and replace covers.
NOTE: For longer life, new brushes (Part No. 331-131) need to have a run in period. After changing
brushes, set up the machine for spraying. Use a bucket of water and Airlessco Pump Conditioner mixture,
a 50 foot x 1/4" airless hose, airless gun with 0.017 tip on unit, turn the Prime/PR Control Valve to the
Prime position and turn the unit on. Turn the Pressure Control Knob to maximum pressure (fully CW
position) and let the pump cycle at high speed in the prime position for 20 minutes. This will allow the
brushes to "run in" properly giving a longer life.
MANIFOLD FILTER - PN 111-200-99
FIGURE 10
FIGURE 10 PARTS LIST
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
*7
8
9
10
PART #
DESCRIPTION
111-200-99
Filter Ass'y
111-202
301-356
106-007
111-204
111-203
111-201
100-159
100-129
100-028
100-109
Base
Spring
O-Ring
Filter 60 Mesh
Support
Base
Swivel
Plug 3/8" (2)
Plug 1/4"
Nipple 3/8 x 1/4
* LP690 & 810E come equipped with fittings
100-201 and 169-010
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FIELD TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Unit doesn't prime
CAUSE
†Airleak due to:
• Loose Suction Nut
• Worn O-Rings
• Hole in Suction Hose
Unit primes but has no
or poor pressure
Unit does not maintain
good spraying pressure
Unit does not run
SOLUTION
• Tighten Suction Nut
• Replace O-Ring (106-011) on
suction seat, & O-Ring (106-020)
below suction seat
• Replace Suction Hose (331-290)
†Stuck or Fouled Balls
†Service outlet valve suction
assembly
†Pressure set too low
†Turn up pressure
†Filter(s) are clogged
†Clean or replace gun filter, inlet
filter and/or manifold filter
†Outlet Valve fouled/worn
†Service outlet valve
†Prime/Pressure Relief valve
bypassing
†Clean or replace primve valve
†Packings and/or piston worn
• Tighten packing nut
• Repack unit
†Blown spray tip
†Replace spray tip
†Packings and/or piston worn
†Repack unit
†Upper Seat worn
†Replace upper seat
†Blown fuse
†Replace fuse
• 15A SlowBlow (pn. 331-256) - 4 Series
• 20A SlowBlow (pn. 331-328) - 5&6 Series
†Electrical failure
†See electrical troubleshooting 4 Series & 5-6 Series
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SERVICING THE FLUID PUMP
NOTE: Check everything in the Troublshooting Chart before disassembling the Fluid Pump.
Fluid Pump Reinstallation Refer to Figure 11 & 14
Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure page 11.
1. Loosen the packing nut and ensure that the piston rod
Flush the material you are spraying out of the machine.
(331-093) is in its upper position in the fluid pump
Remove the connecting rod shield (331-111).
body (331-209). Slip the sleeve (331-117) & the
Move the piston rod (331-093) to its lowest position by
retaining ring (331-062) over the piston rod.
cycling pump slowly or by rotating the motor fan.
2. Push the piston rod up into the connecting rod (331Disconnect the sensor (331-294-99) by holding it in
038) & align the holes. Insert the connecting rod pin
place with a 7/8” wrench and unscrewing the swivel
(331-065) through the connecting rod & piston. Slip
connector (100-003) with an 11/16” wrench.
the sleeve over the connecting rod pin and insert the
DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.
retaining ring into the groove on the connecting rod.
Remove the retaining ring (331-062) from the
3. Push the two bolts (100-318) through the tube spacers
connecting rod (331-038) and slide the sleeve (331-117)
(331-074) & screw them into the cover assembly (331down revealing the connecting rod pin (331-065).
234). Using a 1/2” wrench, tighten the two bolts evenly
Remove the suction tube assembly from the fluid pump
(alternating between them) until you reach 20 ft-lbs.
(331-708) by unscrewing the suction nut (331-034) with 4. Reassemble the lower suction valve assembly by
the packing adjustment tool.
placing the suction seat assembly: O-ring (106-011),
Using a 1/2” wrench unscrew the two bolts (100-318)
suction ball (331-030) and suction ball guide (331-029)
from the cover assembly 331-234). The fluid pump
in the suction nut (331-034) and screw onto the fluid
(331-209) will be hanging loosely at this point.
pump body.
Remove the connecting rod pin (331-065) out of the
5. Reconnect the sensor (331-294-99) to the fluid pump
connecting rod (331-038), allowing the removal of the
body. Hold the sensor with a 7/8” wrench while
fluid pump (331-209) from the machine.
tightening the swivel connector (100-003) with an
11/16” wrench.
FIGURE 11
DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.
6. Start the machine and operate slowly to check the
piston rod for binding. Adjust the two bolts, holding the
fluid pump body to the cover assembly, if necessary.
This will eliminate any binding.
7. Tighten the packing nut counter clockwise until
resistance is felt against the Belleville Springs, then go
3/4 of a turn more. Put five drops of Airlessco Throat
Seal Oil into the packing nut.
8. Run the machine at full pressure for several minutes.
Release the pressure by following the Pressure Relief
Procedure & readjust the packing nut per step 7 above.
9. Install the connecting rod shield (331-111) so that the
small hole is in the upper right hand corner.
Fluid Pump Removal - Refer to Figure 10
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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GEAR AND PUMP ASSEMBLY
- Do not operate
FIGURE 12
machine without cover guard in place.
Part Number
331-234
331-046
331-038
331-406
331-407
331-408
331-047
331-040
100-381
100-380
331-088
331-065
331-117
331-062
331-209
331-236
100-318
331-074
331-111
331-061
115-019
Description
Cover
Bearing
Crosshead Assembly
Gear Crank (4 Series)
Gear Crank (5 Series)
Gear Crank (6 Series)
Bearing
Gearbox Casting *
Bolt Soc Hd (2)
Shoulder Bolt (2)
Retaining Ring
Pin
Sleeve
Retaining Spring
Paint Pump Ass’y - LoBoy
Paint Pump Ass’y - HiBoy
Screw (2)
Tube Spacer (2)
Cover Guard
Sleeve Bearing
Hose Connector (1/4 NPSXNPT)
*Note: Can be ordered separately, but is included
with Motor Ass'y (Part No. 331-316, 331-068)
GEARBOX SLEEVE
BEARING REPLACEMENT
1
2
Servicing Gear Box Assembly
1. Remove fluid pump as per "Fluid Pump Disconnect"
procedures.
2. Remove frame from the gearbox by loosening the four
mounting screws.
3. Refer to Figure 12. Separate cover assembly from box
by removing bolts from front of cover & back of box &
shoulder bolts from front of cover & back of box.
4. Lay unit on its back and disassemble gearbox.
5. Inspect bearings, Crosshead Assembly, Gearcrank & sleeve
bearing inside cover assembly for wear/damage. Replace
worn/damaged parts.
6. If gear grease needs replacing, replace with gear grease
(Part No. 331-132).
7. Clean mating surfaces of cover and box thoroughly. Use
Part No. 105-331 BLUE XS™ ADVANCED RTV
SILICONE INSTANT GASKET.
8. Reassemble in reverse order.
3
NOTE: When replacing item (1),
cover outside of sleeve with clear silicone
prior to inserting into cover assembly.
FIGURE 10 PARTS LIST
ITEM #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
331-061 Sleeve Bearing
2
331-103 Washers (2)
3
331-197 Screws (2)
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Servicing the Piston Rod - Outlet Valve
DISASSEMBLY OF THE OUTLET VALVE
REFER TO FIGURE 13
1. Disconnect the Fluid Pump.
2. Place piston holder (331-195) in a vise. Slide piston into
the holder & lock in place with a 3/8” dowel (331-196).
3. Use a 1/4” allen wrench to unscrew the outlet seat retainer
(331-314) from the piston.
4. Remove the outlet seat (331-026), O-ring (331-100) and
outlet ball (331-027).
5. Inspect outlet ball & seat for wear. Replace as necessary.
6. While piston is still locked in the holder, install parts
back into the piston in the following order:
Piston
331-195
Figure 13
331-196
ball, outlet seat and O-ring
Before reinstalling the outlet seat retainer, apply two drops of
Loctite No. 242 (blue) on the threads & torque to 20 ft-lbs.
Servicing the Suction Assembly
Refer to Figure 14
1. Unthread and remove suction nut from the fluid pump body.
2. Remove suction seat (331-409), O-ring (106-011), suction ball
(331-030) and suction retainer (331-029).
3. Clean all parts and inspect them for wear or damage, replacing
parts as needed.
4. Clean inside of the fluid pump body.
5. Reassemble lower suction valve assembly by placing the
suction seat (331-409), O-ring (106-011), suction ball (331-030)
& suction ball guide (331-029) in the suction nut (331-034) &
screw onto fluid pump body.
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Figure 14
Packing Replacement Procedures
Replacement Instructions:
Fluid Pump Removal - Refer to Figure 11
1. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure above.
2. Flush material you are spraying out of the machine.
3. Remove the connecting rod shield (331-111).
4. Move the piston rod (331-093) to its lowest position by
cycling pump slowly or by rotating the motor fan.
5. Disconnect the sensor (331-294-99) by holding it in place
with a 7/8” wrench & unscrewing the swivel connector
(100-003) with an 11/16” wrench.
DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.
REASSEMBLY - Figure 15 & 16
1. Take lower male gland (331-014) & place it down on
the flat side.
2. Take three of the lower polyethylene packings (331-016) & two
of the leather packings (331-306) & place onto the male gland in
the following order with the inverted side down :
polyethylene, leather, polyethylene, leather, polyethylene.
3. Take the female adaptor (331-305), which is inverted on both
sides
, & place it on top of your assembled lower packings.
4. Follow step 2 above with your packings inverted side up.
5. Take the second lower male gland and place it on top of your
assembled packings with the rounded side down.
6. Remove the retaining ring (331-062) from the connecting
rod (331-038) and slide the sleeve (331-117) down
revealing the onnecting rod pin (331-065).
6. Take assembled glands & packings (13 pieces) & slide on to the
lower half of the piston.
2. Push the piston rod (331-708) down through the packings
& out of the pump.
11. Take upper female gland (331-021) & place on top of the assembled
upper packings with the inverted side down.
(
( (
7. Take the spacer (331-018) & slide over the top of the piston (it
7. Remove the suction tube assembly from the fluid pump
doesn’t matter which direction it sits), falling onto lower packings.
(331-708) by unscrewing the suction nut (331-034) with the
8. Take three Belleville Springs (331-025) & slide over the top of
packing adjustment tool.
the piston in the following order:
8. Using a 1/2” wrench unscrew the two bolts (100-318) from
* First spring, curve facing down
the cover assembly 331-234). The fluid pump (331-209)
* Second spring, curve facing up
will be hanging loosely at this point.
* Third spring, curve facing down
9. Remove the connecting rod pin (331-065) out of the
9. Take the upper male gland (331-022) & place it rounded side up.
connecting rod (331-038), allowing the removal of the fluid
10. Take three upper polyethylene packings (331-023) & two leather
pump (331-209) from the machine.
packings (331-307) & assemble with inverted side down
,
Disassembly of the Fluid Pump - Figure 16
on to the male gland in the following order:
polyethylene, leather, polyethylene, leather, polyethylene.
1. Unscrew & remove the packing nut (331-037).
3. Now push the packing removal tool (187-249) up through 12. Take assembled upper glands & packings (7 pieces) & slide on
over the top of the piston, making sure inverted sides are down.
the pump & remove from the top bringing packings, spacer
& springs along with it, leaving fluid body (331-011) empty. 13. Take the packing holder (331-019) & replace the white O-ring
(106-009) & the black O-ring (106-010) with new ones from the
*Make sure all old packings & glands have been removed from fluid pump.
packing kit.
4. Clean inside of fluid body (331-011).
5. Disassemble all parts & clean for reassembly. Discard any
old packings.
6. Lubricate leather packing in lightweight oil for 10 minutes
prior to reassembly.
Disassembly of the Outlet Vavle - Figure 13
1. Place piston holder (331-195) in a vise. Slide piston into
the holder & lock in place with a 3/8” dowel.
2. Use a 1/4” allen wrench to unscrew the outlet seat retainer
(331-026) from the piston.
3. Remove the outlet seat (331-026), O-ring (331-100) and
outlet ball (331-027).
4. Inspect outlet ball & seat for wear. Replace as necessary.
5. While piston is still locked in the holder, install parts back
into the piston in the following order:
ball, outlet seat and O-ring
Before reinstalling the outlet seat support, apply two drops of Loctite
No. 242 (blue) on the threads & torque to 20 ft-lbs.
14. Slide the packing holder over the top of the upper packings
so they fit inside.
15. Lubricate inside of the fluid pump body & the outside of the
packings with a light weight oil.
16. Slide completed assembly into fluid pump body (331-011).
* To keep packings secured in correct position, hold the pump body
upside down & push the completed assembly upwards into the pump
body. Once placed inside, tilt pump body back up to keep all pieces in.
17. Tighten packing nut (331-037) onto the top of the fluid pump
body & tighten until you feel slight resistance against the
Belleville Springs (331-025). Using the Packing Adjustment Tool
(189-211), tighten another 3/4 of a turn.
Fluid Pump Reinstallation - Figure 11 & 14
1. Loosen packing nut & ensure that the piston rod (331-093) is in
its upper position in the fluid pump body (331-209). Slip the
sleeve (331-117) & the retaining ring (331-062) over the piston rod.
2. Push piston rod up into the connecting rod (331-038) & align the
holes. Insert the connecting rod pin (331-065) through the
connecting rod & piston. Slip the sleeve up over the connecting
rod pin & insert retaining ring into the groove on the connecting rod.
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Packing Replacement Procedures (Continued)
3. Push the two bolts (100-318) through the tube spacers
(331-074) & screw into the cover assembly (331-234).
Using a 1/2” wrench, tighten the two bolts evenly
(alternating between them) until you reach 20 ft-lbs.
4. Reassemble lower suction valve assembly by placing
the suction seat (331-409) O-ring (106-011), suction
ball (331-030) and suction ball guide (331-029) in the
suction nut (331-034) & screw onto the fluid pump body.
5. Reconnect the sensor (331-294-99) to the fluid pump
body. Hold sensor with a 7/8” wrench while tightening
the swivel connector (100-003) with an 11/16” wrench.
DO NOT TURN THE SENSOR.
6. Start the machine & operate slowly to check the piston
rod for binding. Adjust the bolts, holding the fluid
pump body to the cover assembly, if necessary. This
will eliminate any binding.
7. Tighten packing nut counter clockwise until resistance
is felt against the Belleville Springs, then go 3/4 of a
turn more. Put five drops of Airlessco Throat Seal Oil
into the packing nut.
8. Run the machine at full pressure for several minutes.
Release the pressure by following the Pressure Relief
Procedure & readjust the packing nut per step 7 above.
9. Install the connecting rod shield (331-111) so that the
small hole is in the upper right hand corner.
FIGURE 16
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FIGURE 15
CARRY FRAME MODELS
FIGURE 17
Part Number
100-003
100-180
100-312
100-318
106-500
111-037
115-019
117-044
117-090
119-048
301-191
301-405
331-048
331-068
331-074
Description
Part Number
Swivel
331-111
Prime P/R Valve
331-143
Screw (4)
331-212
Screw (2)
331-213
Sensor Seal
331-215
Screw (4)
331-234
Hose Connector (1/4 NPSXNPT) 331-248
Knob
331-294-99
Fan Cover Screws (3)
331-315-99
Screw (4)
331-316
Fan Retaining Clip
331-321
Blank Plate for LCD Panel
331-337
Rubber Boot (2)
331-398
.8 HPDC Motor (5/6 Series)
331-488-99
Tube Spacer (2)
Description
Shield
Frame
Fan
Fan Cover
Screw (LP 5/6 only)
Cover
Cover (some models)
Sensor
Press. Ass’y (5/6 Series)
.6 HPDC Motor (4 series)
Terminal Box
Rubber Edge (2)
Motor Brush (2)
Press. Ass’y (4 Series)
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LO-BOY MODELS
FIGURE 18
22
Part Number
100-003
100-170
100-180
100-318
100-377
106-500
113-019
113-030
115-019
117-044
117-090
117-129
119-033
143-029
301-191
331-048
331-068
331-069
331-071
331-074
Description
Swivel
Cup
Prime Valve
Screw (2)
Screw (4)
Sensor Seal
Wheel 10” (2)
Spacer (2)
Hose Connector (1/4” NPSXNPT)
Knob
Fan Cover Screws (3)
Screw (2)
Nut (2)
Collar (2)
Fan Retaining Clip
Rubber Boot (2)
.8 HP DC Motor 110V (5/6 Series)
.75 HP DC Motor 230V (5/6 Series)
.5 HP DC Motor 230V (4 Series)
Tube Spacer (2)
331-111
Shield
Part Number
331-171
331-174
331-175
331-176
331-212
331-213
331-215
331-222
331-234
331-248
331-294-99
331-315-99
331-316
331-321
331-337
331-396-99
331-405
331-477
331-488-99
331-489-99
Description
Frame
Handle
Spacer (2)
Bushing (2)
Fan
Fan Cover
Bolt (5/6 Series)
Pin (2)
Cover
Motor Cover
Sensor
Pressure Ass’y 110V (5/6 Series)
.6 HP DC Motor 110V (4 Series)
Terminal Box
Rubber Edge (2)
Pressure Ass’y 230V (5/6 Series)
Blanking Plate, LCD Panel
Cup Support
Pressure Ass’y 110V (4 Series)
Pressure Ass’y 230V (4 Series)
HI-BOY MODELS
FIGURE 19
Part Number
100-003
100-180
100-318
106-500
113-019
113-031
117-044
117-090
119-048
143-029
15-019
301-191
301-405
331-048
331-068
331-069
331-074
Description
Part Number
Swivel
331-111
Prime Valve
331-212
Screw (2)
331-213
Sensor Seal
331-215
Wheel 10” (2)
331-234
Spacer (2)
331-248
Knob
331-273
Fan Cover Screw (3)
331-294-99
Screw (4)
331-315-99
Collar (2)
331-316
Hose Connector (1/4” NPSXNPT)
331-321
Fan Retaining Clip
331-336
Cover Plate for LCD Opening
331-337
Rubber Boot
331-396-99
.8 HP DC Motor 110V (5/6 Series) 331-488-99
.75 HP DC Motor 230V (5/6 Series) 331-489-99
Tube Spacer (2)
Description
Shield
Fan
Fan Cover
Bolt (5/6 Series)
Cover
Motor Cover
Frame
Sensor
Pressure Ass’y 110V (5/6 Series)
.6 HP DC Motor 110V (4 Series)
Terminal Box
Pail Hook
Rubber Edge
Pressure Ass’y 230V (5/6 Series)
Pressure Ass’y 110V (4 Series)
Pressure Ass’y 230V (4 Series)
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SUCTION ASSEMBLIES
FIGURE 20 - LoBoy & Carry
Part
Number
106-020
111-016
331-034
331-035
331-090R
331-135
331-217
331-231
331-290
331-425
Description
O-Ring PTFE
Nylon Tie
Suction Nut
Suction Elbow
Fitting
Spring Clip
Inlet Strainer
Bypass Hose Ass’y
Suction Hose Ass’y (Inc. strainer)
Bypass Hose
FIGURE 21 - HiBoy
7
PN 331-284 (Hi-Boy Chassis)
1
2
3
4
5
6
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FIGURE 21 PARTS LIST
ITEM # PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
331-034
331-292
301-348
116-103
331-400
141-008
331-090R
Suction Nut
Suction Seat Ass'y
Bypass Hose
Spring Clip
Inlet Tube
Filter
Fitting
ELECTRICAL BOARD CALIBRATION (4 Series)
Note: Anytime a sensor, pressure control assembly (board) or both are replaced,
the following calibrations must be performed.
1. PRESSURE CALIBRATION
1. Attach a 50', 1/4" airless hose, airless gun with 0.017 tip and a 5000 psi glycerin filled pressure gauge to
the pump.
2. Place the suction tube into a bucket of Airlessco Pump Conditioner and water.
3. Turn prime/pressure relief valve to the prime (open) position.
4. Turn pressure control knob clockwise until machine starts to prime.
5. Place the prime/pressure relief valve in the pressure (closed) position.
6. While watching pressure gauge, slowly adjust the Pressure Trimpot (Fig. 21) (clockwise to increase and
counterclockwise to decrease) until the maximum static pressure is 3000 psi, with the pressure control
knob fully clockwise. Trigger the gun several times to ensure pressure returns to 3000 psi .
2. PHASE LIMIT TRIMPOT CALIBRATION
1. Attach a 50', 1/4" airless hose, airless gun with .017 tip and a 5000 psi glycerin filled pressure gauge to the
pump.
2. Place the suction tube into a bucket of Airlessco Pump Conditioner and water.
3. Turn pump ON and turn up pressure control until the machine starts to prime.
4. Place the prime/pressure relief valve in the pressure (closed) position.
5. Pressurize pump to 600 psi.
6. Trigger the gun several times noting the deadband (the amount of pressure drop before the pump rebuilds to
set pressure).
7. If deadband is greater than 100 psi, adjust the phase limit (Figure 21) trimpot so that the deadband is less than
100 psi and the pressure increase after the gun trigger is released is less than 200 psi. These pressures are
guidelines and may vary slightly from pump to pump.
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TROUBLESHOOTING - Machine does not start (4 Series)
CAUSE
STEPS
(SEE FIGURE 22)
Control Settings
STEP 1: After making sure that the machine is plugged into the wall, verify that the
on-off switch is in the ON position and that the pressure control knob is turned all the
way to the right (clockwise for maximum pressure).
Fuse
STEP 2: Using your multi-meter, test the fuse for continuity or replace with a new
fuse. If the fuse reads good, move on to step three.
STEP 3: Using a Phillips Head screwdriver, remove the four screws holding the
pressure control assembly. Locate the light on the board indicating that there is power
(it will be red or green). If the light is OFF proceed to step four. If the light is ON go
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Power Source
STEP 4: Locate the L1 and L2 terminals on the board, and then using your multi-meter check to make sure you have 110 volts AC across the two terminals (the cord wires
will still be attached). If there is no voltage at these leads, there is no power getting
to the machine. Check your power source (outlet, circuit breaker, extension cord, and
power cord). If you have AC voltage at the L1 and L2 terminals, go to step 5.
Thermal Overload
STEP 5: Disconnect the two red motor leads (S1 & S2) and test for continuity between
them. No continuity means that the thermal coupler has opened due to excessive motor
heat. If the motor is still hot to the touch, allow it to cool and then retest. If the motor
is cool and there is not continuity on the red leads, contact your local Leeson repair
facility to repair/replace the thermal coupler. Continuity shows that the motor's thermal
coupler has not tripped. Proceed to step six.
Pressure Control Assembly
(Board)
STEP 6: If everything checks out in steps one through five and the power indicating
light is still out, replace the pressure control assembly.
Motor
STEP 7: Remove the motor brush covers and turn the machine on. Set the potentiometer (POT) at maximum pressure and check for DC voltage across both brush terminals.
You should read greater than 80 volts DC. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE DC VOLTAGE
GO TO STEP EIGHT. If you have DC voltage, turn the machine off and unplug it from
the wall. Check to make sure that the brushes are making good contact with the armature. Replace the brushes if they are less than 3/8" long. If the brushes are good, replace
the motor.
Sensor
STEP 8: Plug another sensor into the board and perform the zero calibration procedure. If the machine starts to run, the sensor was bad. If there is no replacement sensor
available, use a multi-meter to test the resistance across the red and black wires of the
sensor (be sure to test at the plug). You should read 1.5 - 3.5k ohms. A faulty sensor
usually reads no continuity (open). If the sensor passes all the tests move to step nine.
Pressure Control
Knob (Potentiometer)
STEP 9: Plug another potentiometer (POT) into the control board. If the machine
starts, the old POT as bad. When replacement POT is not available, remove the POT
lead (with the machine turned off) from the control board and test the resistance between the red and black wires (be sure to test at the plug). The resistance should read
between 8-12k ohms if it is outside of this range replace the POT.
Pressure Control Assembly
(Board)
STEP 10: If you have DC voltage at the motor brushes and all of the components check
out fine in steps eight and nine, replace the pressure control assembly.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (4 Series)
FIGURE 22
Part Number
117-044
331-138
331-168
331-184
331-185
331-256
331-294-99
331-297
331-311
331-312
331-316
331-488-99
Description
Knob
Screw
Electrical Power Cord
Spacer
Strain Relief
Fuse 15A Slow Blow
Sensor
Potentiometer
Toggle Switch
Fuse Holder
.6 HP DC Motor
Pressure Control Ass’y
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ELECTRICAL BOARD CALIBRATION (5/6 Series)
Note: Anytime a sensor, pressure control assembly (board) or both are replaced,
the following calibrations must be performed.
1. ZERO CALIBRATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place prime/pressure relief valve in the prime (open) position.
Set the pressure control knob to the minimum setting (CCW).
Remove the screws and lower the pressure control assembly.
Ensure the jumper is on the "P-ZR" terminal. Note: This jumper comes with a new pressure control assembly
(board) and is installed on the "P-ZR" terminals. If you are "Zero Calibrating" a pressure control assembly
presently in the unit, remove jumper from single terminal P-ZR and place on both terminals P-ZR. When Zero
Calibration is complete, replace jumper on a single terminal of P-ZR.
5. Turn machine "ON" and ensure it is not cycling.
6. If the yellow zero light on the electrical board is ON, use an insulated screwdriver to turn the "ZERO" trimpot
counter-clockwise until the light goes out. Then turn it clockwise until the light just comes back on. If so
equipped, look at the LCD Display and if "0000" is showing the Zero Calibration is complete. If the display
shows more than "0000", turn the Zero Trimpot CCW until "0000" is showing. If "-- -- --" is showing, turn the
zero trimpot CW until "0000" is displayed.
7. If the yellow light is OFF, turn the "Zero" trimpot clockwise, just until the light comes on and stop. Confirm
"0000" is displayed.
NOTE: If the yellow light remains constantly "ON", or "OFF" during this calibration, the sensor
is defective and should be replaced.
8. IMPORTANT:When calibration is complete, move jumper from both "PZ-R" terminals to single terminal
on P-ZR.
2. PRESSURE CALIBRATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Complete the ZERO calibration, as per "ZERO CALIBRATION" prior to commencing this calibration.
Attach a 50', 1/4" airless hose, airless gun with 0.017 tip and a 5000 psi glycerin filled pressure gauge to the pump.
Place the suction tube into a bucket of Coro-chek and water.
Turn prime/pressure relief valve to the prime (open) position.
Turn pressure control knob clockwise until machine starts to prime.
Place the prime/pressure relief valve in the pressure (closed) position.
While watching pressure gauge, slowly adjust the pressure trimpot (clockwise to increase and counterclockwise
to decrease) until the maximum static pressure is 3000 psi, with the pressure control knob fully clockwise.
Trigger the gun several times to ensure pressure returns to 3000 psi.
3. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) CALIBRATION
( If so equipped)
1. Complete the "ZERO CALIBRATION" and "PRESSURE CALIBRATION" procedures prior to commencing
this calibration.
2. Turn pressure control knob up until system pressure is above 2500 psi (as indicated on glycerin filled pressure
gauge) and the machine is not cycling.
3. Use an insulated screwdriver to adjust the Set trimpot. Turn trimpot CCW until it clicks, then adjust to match
pressure against pressure gauge reading.
4. Move the pressure control knob to different settings and trigger the gun several times to ensure that the LCD
continues to match the pressure gauge reading.
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ELECTRICAL BOARD CALIBRATION (CONTINUED)
4. PHASE LIMIT TRIMPOT CALIBRATION
Formerly known as the Low Voltage or Master Voltage Calibration
1. Attach a 50', 1/4" airless hose, airless gun with .017 tip and a 5000 psi glycerin filled pressure gauge to the
pump.
2. Place the suction tube into a bucket of Pump Conditioner and water.
3. Turn pump ON and turn up pressure control until the machine starts to prime.
4. Place the prime/pressure relief valve in the pressure (closed) position.
5. Pressurize pump to 600 psi.
6. Trigger the gun several times noting the deadband (the amount of pressure drop before the pump rebuilds to
set pressure).
7. If deadband is greater than 100 psi, adjust the low pressure voltage trimpot so that the deadband is less than
100 psi and the pressure increase after the gun trigger is released is less than 200 psi. These pressures are
guidelines and may vary slightly from pump to pump.
8. Reattach Pressure Control Assembly being careful not to pinch wires.
Note: The 331-315-99 pressure control assembly has a reddish brown terminal labelled
"Inhibit Switch". At all times there should be a jumper on the two left terminals,
which are the closest to the "S2" connection. Also on the Revision E is a
terminal labelled "ON-SL". This terminal should never have a jumper on it.
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TROUBLESHOOTING - Machine does not start (5/6 Series)
CAUSE
STEPS (SEE FIGURE 23)
Control Settings
STEP 1: After making sure that the machine is plugged into the wall, verify that the
on-off switch is in the ON position and that the pressure control knob is turned all the
way to the right (clockwise for maximum pressure).
Fuse
STEP 2: Using your multi-meter, test the fuse for continuity or replace with a new
fuse. If the fuse reads good, move on to step three.
STEP 3: Using a Phillips Head screwdriver, remove the four screws holding the
pressure control assembly. Locate the light on the board indicating there is power (it
will be red or green). If light is OFF proceed to step four. If light is ON go to step six.
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Power Source
STEP 4: Locate the L1 and L2 terminals on the board, and then using your multi-meter check to make sure you have 110 volts AC across the two terminals (the cord wires
will still be attached). If there is no voltage at these leads, there is no power getting
to the machine. Check your power source (outlet, circuit breaker, extension cord, and
power cord). If you have AC voltage at the L1 and L2 terminals, go to step 5.
Thermal Overload
STEP 5: Disconnect the two red motor leads (S1 & S2) and test for continuity between
them. No continuity means that the thermal coupler has opened due to excessive motor
heat. If the motor is still hot to the touch, allow it to cool and then retest. If the motor
is cool and there is not continuity on the red leads, contact your local Leeson repair
facility to repair/replace the thermal coupler. Continuity shows that the motor's thermal
coupler has not tripped. Proceed to step six.
Pressure Control Assembly
(Board)
STEP 6: If everything checks out in steps one through five and the power indicating
light is still out, replace the pressure control assembly.
Motor
STEP 7: Remove the motor brush covers and turn the machine on. Set the potentiometer (POT) at maximum pressure and check for DC voltage across both brush terminals.
You should read greater than 80 volts DC. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE DC VOLTAGE
GO TO STEP EIGHT. If you have DC voltage, turn the machine off and unplug it from
the wall. Check to make sure that the brushes are making good contact with the armature. Replace the brushes if they are less than 3/8" long. If the brushes are good, replace
the motor.
Sensor
STEP 8: Plug another sensor into the board and perform the zero calibration procedure. If the machine starts to run, the sensor was bad. If there is no replacement sensor
available, use a multi-meter to test the resistance across the red and black wires of the
sensor (be sure to test at the plug). You should read 1.5 - 3.5k ohms. A faulty sensor
usually reads no continuity (open). If the sensor passes all the tests move to step nine.
Pressure Control
Knob (Potentiometer)
STEP 9: Plug another potentiometer (POT) into the control board. If the machine
starts, the old POT is bad. When replacement POT is not available, remove the POT
lead (with the machine turned off) from the control board and test the resistance between the red and black wires (be sure to test at the plug). The resistance should read
between 8-12k ohms if it is outside of this range replace the POT.
Pressure Control Assembly
(Board)
STEP 10: If you do not have DC voltage at the motor brushes and all of the components check out fine in steps eight and nine, replace the pressure control assembly.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (5 & 6 Series)
FIGURE 23
Part Number
117-044
117-207
331-068
331-168
331-184
331-185
331-294-99
331-297
331-311
331-312
331-315-99
331-328
331-377
* Not Shown:
* 331-304-99
Description
Knob
Jumper
.8 HP DC Motor
Electrical Power Cord
Spacer
Strain Relief
Sensor
Potentiometer
Toggle Switch
Fuse Holder
Pressure Control Ass’y
Fuse 20A Slow Blow
LCD - Optional Display
LCD - Display Upgrade Kit
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REPLACEMENT OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
Always unplug the electrical cord before servicing machine.
NOTE: Anytime the pressure control assembly, sensor or both are replaced, perform the calibrations.
PRESSURE CONTROL ASSEMBLY (Electrical Control Board)
1. Unplug machine's power cord.
2. Remove four screws (Fig. 15, Item 20) from pressure control assembly.
3. Disconnect all leads from pressure control assembly.
4. Reassemble in reverse order.
SENSOR
1. Remove the screws (Fig. 15, Item 20) and lower the pressure control assembly.
2. Disconnect swivel (Fig. 15, Item 13) from sensor (Fig. 15, Item 14) by holding sensor with 7/8" wrench and loosening
swivel with 11/16" wrench.
3. Disconnect sensor lead from the board. Carefully pull sensor lead out of the terminal box and remove sensor.
4. Reassemble in reverse order.
POTENTIOMETER
1. Lower pressure control assembly as described above.
2. Disconnect potentiometer lead from pressure control assembly.
3. Use a 1/16" allen wrench, loosen set screw in the potentiometer knob (Fig. 22, Item 13) and remove knob and
spacer (Fig. 22, Item 12).
4. Using a 1/2" wrench or deep socket, remove the nut from the potentiometer shaft assembly.
5. Pull entire potentiometer assembly out of terminal box.
6. Replace in reverse order.
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD)
1. Lower pressure control assembly as described above.
2. Unscrew the four nuts (6/32") (Fig. 23, Item 5) and remove
LCD Display assembly (Fig. 23, Item 6).
3. If unable to loosen the four nuts, hold them and unscrew
the four screws (Fig. 23, Item 1). Then remove the
LCD Display Assembly. If the display is removed in this
manner, the mylar label (Fig. 23, Item 2) must be replaced.
4. Reassemble in reverse order, while making sure
that the four spacers (Fig. 23, Item 4) and the four
washers (Fig. 23, Item 7) are in place.
Tighten the four nuts handtight and seal with blue loctite.
DO NOT overtighten the nuts as this will damage the display.
FIGURE 24
ON-OFF TOGGLE SWITCH
1. Lower the pressure control assembly as described above.
2. Disconnect the two wires on the switch.
3. Use a 9/16" wrench to loosen the nut on the toggle switch shaft.
4. Reassemble in reverse order.
FUSE HOLDER
1. Lower pressure control assembly as described above.
2. Disconnect the two wires on the holder.
3. Remove holder cover and fuse.
4. Use 11/16" wrench to remove the nut from the holder shaft.
5. Reassemble in reverse order.
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FIGURE 24 PARTS LIST
ITEM #
PART # DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
100-362
101-270
331-360
117-281
117-126
331-377
120-046
Screw (4)
Mylar Label - clear
Window
Spacer (4)
Nut (4)
Display Ass'y
Washer (4)
LP Series Electric Paint Sprayer
Quick Reference Guide
OPERATION
Prime Pressure Relief Valve
(Prime-PR Valve)
Used to relieve pressure from gun, hose
& tip and to prime the unit when in OPEN
position. (It is in open position when there
is a wider gap between handle and body).
When in the CLOSED position, there is
only a very slight gap between handle
& body. When the relief valve is closed
the system is pressurized. Handle as a
loaded firearm!
STEP Œ
1A. Read safety rules! Read & understand all
warnings & safety rules before operating
equipment. Know how to lock the gun trigger
safety lock before operating the equipment.
1B. Stir paint and if necessary strain paint using
a paint strainer bag to remove lumps.
STEP 
2A. Check gun/hose connections to make sure
they are tight.
2B. Lock gun trigger safety lock
(Airlessco gun shown)
Note: Plug into 3 pronged grounded electrical outlet. Extension cord must be 3 wire, 12
gauge. Do not coil cord.
STEP Ž
3A. Put pump suction tube into bucket of paint.
3B. Turn the Prime-Pressure Relief Valve to
open position (wide gap between handle &
body).
Turn toggle switch ON, and adjust to low
pressure on the pressure control knob. The
unit will now self-prime.
STEP 
4A. Wait about one minute until fluid comes out
of the return tube (smaller diameter tube).
4B. Turn the Prime-Pressure Relief Valve to
closed position. (slight gap between handle
and body)
CAUTION: THE UNIT IS NOW
PRESSURIZED!
STEP 
Note: Leave the Prime-Pressure Relief Valve
fully closed and very carefully unlock the guns
trigger safety lock.
5A. Aim the gun 12” from test surface cardboard) and spray out the storage solution.
Turn thepressure control knob clockwise to
increase pressure. Increase the pressure
enough to atomize the paint & give a full
pattern. Use the lowest pressure possible.
5B. Always keep the gun perpendicular to
the surface. Move the gun at a steady rate.
It is important to “trigger” the gun after gun
movement has begun and release trigger
before gun movement ends.
5C. Overlap half the width of each paint stroke.
STEP ‘
6A. Release pressure when you stop spraying
& before servicing gun or machine or before
changing or cleaning gun tip by:
1. Lock the gun trigger safety.
2. Turn toggle switch to OFF position and
unplug from electrical outlet.
3. Release gun safety lock and trigger
gun to relieve residual pressure.
4. Turn Prime/PR Valve to open position.
5. Relock gun safety latch.
6B. Submerge gun in water (if using latex)
or thinner (oil-base) to prevent paint from
drying in the gun nozzle.
Pressure Control Knob
Used to adjust pressure only.
DOES NOT relieve pressure
from gun and system!
Turn clockwise to increase
pressure, counterclockwise
to decrease pressure.
ON/OFF Toggle Switch
Turns the unit ON and OFF.
CLEANING
•
•
•
Always use low pressure in the cleaning process.
Always remove spray tip before cleaning–AFTER
following the Pressure Relief Procedure!
Use a metal bucket for cleaning and maintain firm
metal to metal contact of gun to the bucket.
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT NEEDED:
4. Empty bucket for wastes.
1. Soft bristle brush, clean-up rags.
5. Storage solution of Pump Conditioner
2. 8” crescent wrench for removing
mixed with 1 gal. of water if using latex
gun tip & filter in gun handle.
OR compatible paint thinner if using
3. Prepared 5 gal. bucket of soapy
oil-based paint.
water if using latex, or mineral
spirits if using oil-based. (Second
bucket will usually be required).
STEP Œ
1A. IMPORTANT: Relieve pressure
by following the Pressure Relief
Procedure, Step 6 of Operation, and
be sure gun safety lock (latch) is in
locked position.
1B. Remove tip and tip guard from spray
gun and place in mineral spirits or water.
STEP 
Note: Turn unit ON. Turn pressure control
knob to low pressure.
2A. Lift suction tube and return tube out of
paint and hold over paint bucket. Any
paint remaining in the unit will return into
the bucket out through the return tube.
2B. Wipe excess paint from suction tube.
2C. Place suction tube into prepared bucket
of water or mineral spirits.
STEP Ž
Note: Release the gun trigger lock very
carefully.
3A. Turn the Prime/PR Valve to the closed
position. Adjust the pressure control
knob for minimum pressure.
IMPORTANT: Never use high
pressure for cleaning!
3B. Trigger gun into paint bucket to allow
paint to run out of hose and gun.
3C. Place gun over empty metal bucket
and trigger gun using VERY LOW
PRESSURE & maintaining firm metal
to metal contact for 3-4 minutes until
it runs clean. (Second bucket may be
required).
STEP 
4A. IMPORTANT: Follow Pressure Relief
Procedure Step 6A of Operation!
4B. Remove filters from suction tube and
gun handle. Clean with water or mineral
spirits and soft brush and reassemble
suction and gun filter only. DO NOT
reassemble gun tip and tip guard at this
point.
STEP 
5A. Mix bottle of Pump Conditioner with 1
gal. of water or prepared mineral spirits
and put suction tube into pail. Prime
unit (Prime/PR Valve Open Position &
Pressure Control Knob in low position)
Trigger gun to fill the hose & gun.
LEAVE this mixture in the pump & hose
for storage. DO NOT DISCHARGE. Turn
motor off while the suction tube remains
in the bucket.
5B. Disconnect from power.
5C. Roll up hose and tape. Now reassemble
gun with spray tip and tip guard. After
you have disconnected sprayer from
electrical power, turn Prime/PR Valve to
the closed position for storage.
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ACCESSORIES
PUMP CONDITIONER
Should be used on piston pumps
between uses to prevent paint from
drying on the piston & causing
packing wear.
AIRLESSCO
to
Spray protectant for your machine
to prevent paint from sticking to it.
114-030
20 oz. can
Display of 48 - 1 oz. bottles
1 quart bottle
1 Gallon bottle
010-001
010-009
010-019
Case order quantity: 12 on quarts, 4 on gallons
PAINT STRAINERS
Prefilter your paint using strainer
bags. One dozen per pack.
Used to cover suction filter
5 Gallon strainer
100-064
100-065
HOSE COVER
4 mil clear poly protects your
airless hose from paint and
abrasion damage. Comes in 1000'
roll with perforations each 50'.
Hose Cover Roll
Case of 6 Rolls
100-219
100-426
HIGH PRESSURE HOSE
Strong yet flexible, suitable for
airless equipment up to 3300 PSI
THROAT SEAL OIL
Used in the wet cup of a piston pump
to prevent paint from drying on the
piston & causing damage to the upper
packing. Use with all piston pumps.
100-012
100-011
100-023
100-037
100-010
100-009
6 oz. Bottle
1 qt. Bottle
188-187
188-392
XTEND-A-POLE SYSTEM
Tip Extensions - Complete with
Patented SPRAY CLEAN REV-GUARD
Swivel Extension
Standard Tip Extension
Swivel Extension
Part No:
Bare Pole
3/16” Whip Hose, 4 Ft.
1/4” Hose, 50 Ft.
3/8” Hose, 50 Ft.
1/2” Hose, 50 Ft.
1/4" Hose Connector
3/8" Hose Connector
SPRAY TIP ADAPTER
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STAY CLEAN™
032-012 "F to G" gun adapter to attach
Graco® tips to Airlessco 007 Spray Guns.
TIP EXTENSIONS, “G” THREAD
032-170
032-171
032-172
032-173
6” Long
12” Long
18” Long
24” Long
SWIVEL EXTENSION, “G” THREAD
032-184
36” Long
EXTENSIONS (BARE POLES)
Flat Tip Washers
120-008 Flat Tip Washer
120-090 Flat Tip Washers 25 Pack
GUN FILTERS
120-090CX Coarse
120-090FX Fine
120-088
Filter Spring
Add Tip Extension or Swivel Extension
to create desired length
032-053
24” Long
032-054
36” Long
SWIVEL “G” THREAD
032-035 7/8" - 14 Swivel
ADAPTERS
90° Pole to Gun Adapter
032-042
Gun Nut “F” Thread 11/16-16
032-010
For a complete listing of all available accessories see
the Airlessco Accessories Catalog, Part # 001-357.
Gun Nut “G” Thread
032-011