WAGNER Power Painter Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
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Power Painter® / Stainer®
Contents
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Important Safety Information
Before You Begin
Features
Setup
Practice Spraying
Spraying Technique
Spraying Troubleshooting
Cleanup
Reassembly / Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Replacement Parts
Parts List
Warranty
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Questions?
Call Wagner Technical Service at:
1-800-328-8251
Register your product online at:
www.wagnerspraytech.com
Important Safety Information
Read all safety information before
operating the equipment. Save these
instructions.
Indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
To reduce the risks of fire or explosion,
electrical shock and the injury to
persons, read and understand all
instructions included in this manual. Be
familiar with the controls and proper
usage of the equipment.
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.
warning - Improper installation of
the grounding plug can result in a risk
of electric shock.
If repair or replacement of the cord or plug is
necessary, do not connect the green grounding wire
to either flat blade terminal. The wire with insulation
having a green outer surface with or without yellow
stripes is the grounding wire and must be connected
to the grounding pin.
Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman
if the grounding instructions are not completely
understood, or if you are in doubt as to whether the
product is properly grounded. Do not modify the
plug provided. If the plug will not fit the outlet, have
the proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This product is for use on a nominal 120 volt
circuit and has a grounding plug that looks like
the plug illustrated below. Make sure that the
product is connected to an outlet having the same
configuration as the plug. No adapter should be
used with this product.
WARNING - To reduce the risk
of fire or explosion:
1. Do not spray flammable or combustible
materials near an open flame, pilot lights
or sources of ignition such as hot objects,
cigarettes, motors, electrical equipment and
electrical appliances. Avoid creating sparks
from connecting and disconnecting power
cords.
2. For use with only water-based or mineral
spirit-type materials with a minimum flash point
of 21ºC (70º F) — Do not spray or clean with
liquids having a flash point of less than 21ºC
(70º F). Flash point is the temperature at which
a fluid can produce enough vapor to ignite.
3. Verify that all containers and collection systems
are grounded to prevent static discharge.
4. Connect to a grounded outlet and use
grounded extension cords (electric models
only). Do not use a 3 to 2 adapter.
5. Do not use a paint or solvent containing
halogenated hydrocarbons. Such as chlorine,
bleach mildewcide, methylene chloride and
trichloroethane. They are not compatible with
aluminum. Contact the coating supplier about
compatibility of material with aluminum.
6. Keep spray area well ventilated. Keep a good
supply of fresh air moving through the area
to keep the air within the spray area free from
accumulation of flammable vapors. Keep pump
assembly in well ventilated area. Do not spray
pump assembly.
7. Do not smoke in the spray area.
8. Do not operate light switches, engines, or
similar spark producing products in the spray
area.
9. Keep area clean and free of paint or solvent
containers, rags, and other flammable materials.
10. Know the contents of the paint and solvents
being sprayed. Read all Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDS) and container labels provided
with the paints and solvents. Follow the paint
and solvent manufacture’s safety instructions.
11. Fire extinguisher equipment shall be present
and working.
Grounded Outlet
Grounding Pin
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Cover for
grounded
outlet box
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Important Safety Information
WARNING - To reduce the risk of skin
injection:
1. Do not aim the gun at, or spray any person or
animal.
2. Keep hands and other body parts away from the
discharge. For example, do not try to stop leaks
with any part of the body.
3. Always use the nozzle tip guard. Do not spray
without the nozzle tip guard in place.
4. Only use a nozzle tip specified by the
manufacturer.
5. Use caution when cleaning and changing
nozzle tips.
6. High-pressure spray is able to inject toxins into
the body and cause serious bodily injury. In
the event that injection occurs, seek medical
attention immediately.
7. This system is capable of producing 2800
PSI / 193 Bar. Only use replacement parts
or accessories that are specified by the
manufacturer and that are rated a minimum of
2800 PSI. This includes spray tips, nozzle guards
and extensions.
8. Verify that all connections are secure before
operating the unit.
WARNING - To reduce the risk of
injury:
1. Always wear appropriate gloves, eye protection,
clothing and a respirator or mask when
painting. Hazardous vapors – Paints, solvents,
insecticides, and other materials can be harmful
if inhaled or come in contact with body. Vapors
can cause severe nausea, fainting or poisoning.
2. Do not operate or spray near children. Keep
children away from equipment at all times.
3. Do not overreach or stand on an unstable
support. Keep effective footing and balance at
all times.
4. Stay alert and watch what you are doing.
5. Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under
the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Important Electrical
Information
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
gauge 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.
Wagner Spray Tech accessory extension cords
recommended:
P/N 0090241
20 foot extension cord
P/N 0090242
35 foot extension cord
IMPORTANT: Household use only. Intended for
indoor/outdoor use ONLY with materials having
flashpoint above 70ºF (21ºC).
Capability:
Sprays a variety of materials (oil-based and latex),
stains, preservatives and other nonabrasive materials.
Do not use materials with flash points below 70° F
(21° C).
Do not use!
This pump should not be used with textured
materials, block filler, lacquers, industrial enamels,
or asphalt sealer or materials containing HHC. See
coating supplier if flash point is not listed on the
container.
WARNING - To reduce the risk of
electric shock:
1. Keep electrical cord plug and spray gun trigger
free from paint and other liquids. Never hold
cord at plug connections to support cord.
Failure to observe may result in an electrical
shock.
2. Never immerse electrical parts in water or any
other liquid. Wipe the exterior of the sprayer
with a damp cloth for cleaning. Always make
sure the sprayer is unplugged before taking it
apart for cleaning.
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Before you Begin
This page contains information that is necessary
in order to operate the sprayer properly.
Material Preparation:
• It is important to mix the material thoroughly
before you begin. Do not shake the material
to mix it. Always stir the material gently but
thoroughly before use.
• Remove any skin that has formed on the top
of the material. Do not mix the skin into the
material. The skin can break up and clog the
sprayer. Older paint may need to be strained.
Thinning the Material:
• Always test spraying without thinning the
material as thinning is not typically required.
• If you are spraying with a material that
needs to be thinned, make sure to follow the
manufacturer’s recommendations.
Selecting the Proper Spray Tip:
It is important that you use the proper spray tip
based on your type of spraying job and the type of
material you plan to spray. Read below for details.
important: Use only Optimus™-labeled
spray tips with this sprayer. Other tips are not
compatible with this sprayer.
Important: Make sure to tighten all spray
tips firmly by hand. If the spray tip is not
tightened firmly enough, the sprayer could
leak or the tip could be damaged. Do not use
a tool to tighten the spray tip. If the tip is too
tight, it may be damaged.
Optimus Spray Tip
An Optimus™ spray tip produces a wide pattern that
can be adjusted horizontally or vertically (see page 8).
Material That Can Be Sprayed:
• Make sure the type of paint you use can be
cleaned with either mineral spirits (for oil-based
paints) or a warm water and soap solution (for
latex paints).
Overspray:
Some sprayed materials create a cloud of paint.
Some of that cloud will spray past your intended
object and also bounce off of it. Wind and air
currents may cause this cloud to drift onto surfaces
not intended to be sprayed. You can control the
amount of overspray and bounce-back by adjusting
your spray controls and moving the sprayer closer to
the work piece, but always make sure that you have
a good spray pattern. Always test your pattern on
a scrap piece of wood or cardboard, and make sure
that you have drop cloths protecting anything not
being sprayed.
Anything you don’t want painted that is in the
area of your spraying surface should be covered
or removed.
Drop Cloths:
Be sure to protect your floors and furnishings with
drop cloths or other coverings during spraying and
cleanup.
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Features
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Features
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Sprayer
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Adjustable spray tip
g1 - Locking nut
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Suction tube with filter
g2 - Atomizer valve
Pump assembly
c1 - Filter
g3 - Pump housing
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1 quart container
g4 - Spring
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Flow control knob
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Trigger
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g5 - Piston
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Cleaning brush
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Lubricant
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Setup
You will need:
• Lubricant
Note: The cup will give you approximately 3-5 minutes
of continuous spraying time.
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iMPORTANT: Avoid running the cup dry. An empty
cup will allow air to become sucked into the sprayer,
which leads to globbing and spitting.
Setup:
1. Remove the cup.
2. Fill the container with the material to be used.
3. Place a few drops of lubricant down the intake (a) and
return openings (b) in the pump housing.
4. Insert the suction tube into the intake opening.
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Note: Make sure the suction tube is inserted as far as it
will go to ensure a tight fit.
5. If you are going to be spraying up, point the suction
tube opening (c) toward the rear of the gun.
If you are going to be spraying down, point the
suction tube opening (d) toward the front of the gun.
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. Thread the container securely to the sprayer. Plug in
the sprayer.
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Practice Spraying
You will need:
• a scrap piece of wood or cardboard
Important - read before spraying
Priming the Sprayer
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Once you are ready to spray, it may take 20 seconds for
material to spray after you pull the trigger.
The sprayer may sound choppy, while at the same time spit or
spray large globs briefly prior to the spray coming out in a fine
mist. This is normal.
Keep holding the trigger and material will come from the
sprayer in a fine mist.
Flow Control Knob:
The spray pattern is controlled by the Flow Control Knob on
the rear of the sprayer, and by the thickness of the material
being sprayed.
Turning the flow knob counterclockwise increases the
amount of material flow. Turning the flow knob clockwise
decreases the amount of material flow.
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3
Practice Spraying:
1. Turn the flow knob fully counterclockwise to maximum.
2. Point the sprayer at a scrap piece of wood or cardboard,
and pull the trigger to prime the sprayer. Release trigger
when material sprays evenly from the spray gun.
3. Turn the flow knob clockwise until you have a good spray
pattern.
4. A poor spray pattern (a) will concentrate the paint in the
center of the spray pattern and go on blotchy.
A good spray pattern (b) has an even amount of material
throughout the pattern and will go on smoothly.
Notes:
• Always practice spraying on a piece of scrap wood or
cardboard to test your spray pattern.
• If you adjust the flow knob and still cannot get a good
pattern, you may need to thin the material you are using.
Always test spraying without thinning the material. Thin
as required to achieve optimum spraying performance
(refer to #4).
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a)
b)
• If you are spraying a material that needs to be
thinned, make sure to follow the manufacturer’s
recommendations.
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Spraying Technique
Adjusting the spray tip assembly:
Spraying horizontally
(side to side):
The adjustable spray tip assembly produces
a pattern that can be adjusted horizontally
or vertically. Rotate the spray adjustment
guard as shown.
Spraying vertically
(up and down):
To prevent an injection hazard,
make sure the sprayer is
unplugged before you adjust the
spray tip. Make sure the spray tip
is sufficiently hand tightened.
Spraying Technique
Keep your arm moving at constant speed and
keep the sprayer at a constant distance from the
surface. The sprayer should be triggered at the
beginning of the stroke and released at the end
of the stroke.
Never tip the sprayer at more
than a 45º angle when spraying
overhead. Material could get into
the motor housing and cause an
electric shock.
Keep stroke
even
Start
stroke
Pull
trigger
Aproximately
10 to 14 inches
Move steadily
Release
trigger
End
stroke
Keep the sprayer at a consistent distance to
the surface. This means moving your entire
arm back and forth rather than just flexing
your wrist. Overlap each stroke by 50%.
Incorrect
important: If material is leaking from the threads
of the spray tip, turn off the sprayer immediately or
the sprayer could be damaged. The sprayer will leak
from behind the spray tip if the atomizer valve is not
seated properly. If you notice material leaking from
this area, follow the steps below.
Correct
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1. Unplug the sprayer immediately.
Remove the spray tip by turning it counterclockwise.
2. Remove the atomizer valve and see if it needs to
be cleaned or replaced (see page 11). Also check
the pump housing opening for any dirt or other
obstruction and clean if necessary.
3. Put the atomizer valve back in place, making sure it
can seat properly without any obstruction.
4. Thread on the spray tip by turning it clockwise and
tighten firmly by hand.
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Spraying Troubleshooting
Material spitting:
Material “spitting” will occur any time you introduce air
to the system, such as during refilling. When spitting
occurs, paint will spray in large globs instead of a fine
mist.
The following are some common causes of spitting.
a
a. An empty container.
recommendation: Be sure to maintain
sufficient levels of spraying material in the
material container.
b. A suction tube that is not fully inserted into the
intake opening.
recommendation: Firmly install the suction
tube into the intake opening.
b
c. Tipping the sprayer too far in one direction.
recommendation: Keep your arm even and
steady when spraying. Adjust the spray tip to
change spraying direction.
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Cleanup
You will need:
• Waste container
• Warm soapy water if you sprayed latex materials
• Mineral spirits if you sprayed oil-based materials
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2
Make sure you clean the sprayer in a wellventilated area whenever cleaning with
flammable solvents.
The sprayer contains electrical parts.
Do not submerge the sprayer into any
liquids.
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To Clean:
1. Unplug the sprayer. Pour the remaining material
back into the original container. Rinse the inside of
the cup with the appropriate cleaning solution.
2. Remove the suction tube.
3. Turn the spray tip counterclockwise until it is
removed. Pull the atomizer valve out, being careful
not to lose it.
4. Using the spray tip, turn the locking nut
counterclockwise until it is removed.
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5. Slide the pump housing off the sprayer.
6. Remove all parts from the pump housing assembly.
Clean all parts thoroughly with the brush provided
using a solution appropriate to the type of material
you sprayed.
7. important: Make sure to completely remove
all material from the inside of the piston
chamber by scrubbing with the brush. Even a
small amount of material can dry like glue and
keep the piston from moving, causing damage
to the sprayer.
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8. important: Make sure to keep the vent hole
(a) on the pump housing clean and unblocked
or a vacuum can build up in the container and
cause damage to the sprayer. A toothpick or
straightened paper clip can be used to clean it.
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Reassembly / Maintenance
You will need:
• Scrap piece of wood or cardboard
• Lubricant
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To Reassemble:
1. Slide the spring onto the front end of the piston.
Insert the piston into the back of the pump housing.
2. Insert the pump housing assembly into the front of the
sprayer.
3. Place the locking nut onto the pump housing. Press in
while turning the locking nut clockwise.
Do not cross-thread the locking nut. Make certain it is
threaded correctly before tightening.
4. Insert the atomizer valve into the front end of the pump
housing.
Place the spray tip onto the pump housing and turn it
clockwise until it is tightened securely.
5. Turn the sprayer upside-down while the cup is removed.
Squeeze a small amount of lubricant into both the intake
(a) and return (b) openings on the pump housing.
6. Plug in the sprayer. Aim at piece of scrap wood or
cardboard and squeeze the trigger of the sprayer for 2 to
3 seconds while sprayer is still inverted.
7. Reassemble and reattach the filter and suction tube
assembly.
Replace the cup.
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Troubleshooting
Any attempt to open the motor housing or repair any
electrical parts within the unit by anyone other than an
authorized repair technician could cause serious injury and
will void the warranty.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Problem A: Motor will not
run
1. No power at wall outlet.
Electrical problem or defective
motor.
1. Try new wall outlet. Take to
Authorized Service Center for
repair.
Problem B: Motor has a low 1. Control knob turned in too far
hum and does not spray
2. Seized piston
1. Turn control knob counterclockwise
2. Disassemble sprayer, clean
and lubricate (follow Cleanup
instructions)
Problem C: Motor operates
properly but does not
spray
1. Oil intake opening (see
Reassembly / Maintenance
section). Hold trigger for at
least 20 seconds. Thin paint.
2. Adjust
3. Tighten or replace
4. Clean or replace as needed
5. Replace atomizer valve
6. Clean tip
7. Clean filter assembly
8. Thin material
9. Clean and oil, or replace
1. Failure to prime with suction
tube
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Problem D: Material
spitting or globbing (air
has entered the system)
1. Low on material
2. Material too thick
3. Loose suction tube is drawing in
air
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Control knob needs adjusting
Loose or damaged suction tube
Plugged or worn atomizer valve
Atomizer valve missing
Plugged spray tip
Filter assembly plugged
Material too thick
Worn piston
Worn atomizer valve
Worn spray tip
Control knob needs adjusting
Worn piston
1. Refill container
2. Thin material
3. Clean and insert firmly into
intake opening on pump
housing
4. Replace atomizer valve
5. Replace if worn
6. Adjust
7. Clean and oil, or replace
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PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Problem E: Excessive
fogging
1. Pressure too high
2. Holding sprayer too far from
work surface
1. Turn flow control knob
clockwise to reduce pressure
and flow
2. Hold sprayer closer to work
surface
Problem F: Runs and sags
in paint
1. Arm movement too slow,
holding spray gun too close or
work surface, or applying too
much paint at one time
1. See section on spraying (page
8)
Problem G: Material drips
from spray tip or guard
1. Guard is for safety and cannot
be removed. Some dripping is
unavoidable with some paints
1. Use a small brush on drips that
fall on surface being sprayed.
Use a drop cloth
Problem H: Material
leaking from between
spray tip and locking nut.
1. Spray tip is loose
2. Atomizer valve not positioned
properly
1. Tighten securely
2. Unplug the sprayer, remove
the spray tip and reposition the
atomizer valve
3. Replace
4. Replace the pump housing
3. Worn atomizer valve
4. Eroded pump housing
Problem I: Motor
overheats
1. Seized piston
2. Extension cord too long
3. Operating continuously
1. Clean piston
2. Replace with proper size
3. Release trigger at the end of a
pass, allow to cool.
This unit has no servicable electrical
parts. Do not attempt to service this
unit yourself.
Questions?
Call Wagner Technical Service at:
1-800-328-8251
Register your product online at:
www.wagnerspraytech.com
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Replacement Parts
Notice:
Parts of your sprayer wear out with use and require regular replacement.
They include the atomizer valve, piston and spring. These parts are not
covered by your sprayer warranty.
More abrasive materials such as latex paints and stains cause these parts
to wear out faster than less abrasive materials such as oil-based paints
and stains, thin stains and sealers.
Atomizer valve:
The atomizer valve is shaped to cause the material to spin as it comes out of
the sprayer. The spinning breaks the material up into a fine spray. As more
material goes through the atomizer valve, it wears out the valve and the
shape of the valve changes. When it changes too much to produce a good
spray pattern, the valve needs to be replaced.
1 Front view of a good atomizer valve.
2 Front view of a atomizer valve after spraying 7-10 gallons of
latex paint. Replace.
3 Front view of a atomizer valve after spraying 7-10 gallons of
latex stain. Replace.
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Piston and Spring:
The average life of a piston and spring will vary depending on the types of
material being sprayed.
Replace the piston if the sprayer takes longer than 20 seconds with the
suction tube to prime when well lubricated, or if there is an excess amount
of material leaking, refer to the troubleshooting suggestions listed in this
manual. Replace the spring if you notice that it is broken when you clean the
sprayer.
To replace either the atomizer valve or the piston and spring, follow the
Cleanup instructions on page 9, and replace the old parts with new ones.
When replaced, follow Reassembly instructions, page 10.
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Parts List • Liste de pièces • Lista de piezas
(a)
(b)
(f)
(g)
(c)
(d)
(h)
(e)
(l)
(m)
(i)
(j)
Part No.
Nº de piéce
Pieza No.
(k)
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Description
Français
Description
Español
Descripción
Qty.
Qte.
Cant.
a)
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Sprayer assembly
Pulvérisateur
Rociador
1
b)
0500287
Pump housing
Corps de pompe
Caja de la bomba
1
c)
0525235
Atomizer valve
Soupape atomiseur
Válvula de atomización
1
d)
0525403
Lock nut
Bague de blocage
Tuerca del émbolo
1
e)
0525115
Spray tip
Buse à pulvériser
Punta de rociadora
1
f)
0525257
Piston
Piston
émbolo
1
g)
0016101
Spring
Ressort
Resorte
1
h)
0518265
Suction tube with filter
Tube d’aspiration avec
filtre
Tubo de succión con
filtro
1
i)
0518482
Material container
Réservoir de liquide
Contenedor de fluido
1
j)
0514209
Cleaning brush
Brosse de nettoyage
Cepillo de limpieza
1
Lubricante
k)
0516913
Oil lubricant
Lubrifiants
l)
0525727
Warning label (English)
Étiquette d’avertissement Etiqueta de
(English)
advertencia (English)
1
m)
0525759
Warning label (Fra /
Esp)
Étiquette d’avertissement Etiqueta de
(Français / Español)
advertencia (Français /
Español)
1
1
Optional Accessories • Accessoires Optional • Accessorios Opciónal
0525118
Replacement atomizer
valves (2)
Soupapes atomiseur de
remplacement (2)
Válvula en atomización
de repuesto (2)
0516913
Oil lubricant
Lubrifiants
Lubricante
0525115
Optimus™ spray tip
Buse à Optimus™
Punta de Optimus™
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WAGNER ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
- Keep on File
This product, manufactured by Wagner Spray Tech
Corporation (Wagner) is warranted against defects in
material and workmanship for one year following date of
purchase if operated in accordance with Wagner’s printed
recommendations and instructions. This warranty does not
cover damage resulting from improper use, accidents, user’s
negligence or normal wear. This warranty does not cover any
defects or damages caused by service or repair performed by
anyone other than a Wagner Authorized Service Center.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED TO ONE YEAR
FOLLOWING DATE OF PURCHASE. THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED
FOR HOME USAGE ONLY. IF USED FOR COMMERCIAL OR
RENTAL PURPOSES, THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY FOR 30
DAYS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. WAGNER SHALL NOT IN ANY
EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER FOR BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER REASON. THIS WARRANTY DOES
NOT APPLY TO ACCESSORIES.
If any product is defective in material and/or workmanship
during the applicable warranty period, return it with proof of
purchase, transportation prepaid, to any Wagner Authorized
Service Center. (A listing of Service Center locations is
enclosed with this product.) Wagner’s Authorized Service
Center will either repair or replace the product (at Wagner’s
option) and return it to you, postage prepaid.
Spray Tip Lifetime Warranty
The spray tip you have purchased with your Wagner Power
Painter is warranted against wear for the life of the Power
Painter. The spray tip warranty does not cover damage
resulting from improper use, accidents or user’s negligence.
If the spray tip fails due to wear, return it, postage prepaid,
to Wagner Spray Tech Corporation, Spray Tip Replacement,
1770 Fernbrook Lane, Plymouth, MN 55447. Please include
your name, complete address and telephone number with
the spray tip. Allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG
AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS OR THE EXCLUSION OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATION AND EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
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Este producto, fabricado por Wagner Spray Tech Corporation
(Wagner), está garantizado contra defectos de materiales y de
mano de obra por un año a partir de la fecha de compra, si se
utiliza de acuerdo con las instrucciones y recomendaciones
especificadas por Wagner. Esta garantía no cubre daños
producidos por uso indebido, accidentes, negligencia del usuario
o desgaste normal del producto. Tampoco cubre defectos
o daños producidos por reparaciones o mantenimiento no
realizados por un Centro de servicio autorizado de Wagner.
CUALQUIER GARANTÍA IMPLÍCITA DE COMERCIALIZACIÓN
O DE BUEN ESTADO PARA PROPÓSITOS ESPECÍFICOS ESTÁ
LIMITADA POR UN AÑO A PARTIR DE LA FECHA DE COMPRA.
ESTE PRODUCTO SÓLO HA SIDO DISEÑADO PARA USO
DOMÉSTICO. SI SE LE DA USO PROFESIONAL Y DE RENTA, ESTA
GARANTÍA TIENE UNA DURACIÓN DE 30 DÍAS A PARTIR DE LA
FECHA DE COMPRA. BAJO NINGUNA CIRCUNSTANCIA WAGNER
SE RESPONSABILIZARÁ POR CUALQUIER DAÑO ACCIDENTAL O
COMO CONSECUENCIA DEL USO DEL PRODUCTO, YA SEA POR
LA VIOLACIÓN DE ESTA GARANTÍA O POR CUALQUIER OTRA
RAZÓN. ESTA GARANTÍA NO INCLUYE LOS ACCESORIOS.
Si cualquier producto presentara defectos de materiales y/o
de mano de obra durante el período válido, devuélvalo con
el recibo de compra y el flete pagado a cualquier Centro
de servicio autorizado de Wagner (este producto viene con
una lista de los Centros de servicio). El Centro de servicio
autorizado de Wagner reparará o reemplazará el producto
(de acuerdo a su criterio) y se lo devolverá haciendo uso de
los gastos de flete ya pagados.
GARANTIE LIMITÉE D’UN AN - À conserver
Ce produit, fabriqué par Wagner Spray Tech Corporation
(Wagner), est garantit contre les défauts de matériaux et
de fabrication pendant un an suivant la date d’achat, s’il est
utilisé conformément aux recommandations et directives
imprimées par Wagner. Cette garantie ne couvre pas les
dégâts qui résulteraient d’une mauvaise utilisation, les
accidents, la négligence de l’utilisateur ou l’usure normale.
Cette garantie ne couvre aucun dégât dû des opérations
de maintenance effectuées par tout autre qu’un réparateur
appouvé par Wagner.
TOUTE GARANTIE implicite de qualitÉ marchande ou
de conformitÉ À un usage pariculier EST LIMITÉE À
UN AN À PARTIR DE LA DATE D’ACHAT. CE PRODUIT N’EST
CONÇU QUE POUR UNE UTILISATION PRIVÉE. dans le cas de
location ou autres applications professionnelles,
cette garantie se limite À 30 JOURS À PARTIR DE LA DATE
D’ACHAT. WAGNER NE pourra en aucun cas Être tenue
responsable de DOMMAGES-INTÉRÊTS INDIRECTS OU
consÉcutifs, QUE CE SOIT POUR UNE RUPTURE DE CETTE
GARANTIE OU TOUTE AUTRE RAISON. CETTE GARANTIE NE
S’APPLIQUE PAS AUX ACCESSOIRES.
Si un produit est défectueux, au niveau des matériaux ou de
la fabrication, au cours de la durée applicable de la garantie,
le renvoyer avec une preuve d’achat, port payé, à l’un
des centres de service autorisé par Wagner. (Une liste des
adresses de ces centres accompagne tous les produits). Le
centre de service autorisé réparera ou remplacera le produit
(au choix de Wagner) et le renverra, port payé, et utilisateur.
La punta rociadora que usted ha adquirido con su equipo
rociador de pintura Wagner está garantizada contra desgaste
por el tiempo que dure su rociador. La garantía de la punta
no cubre daños producidos por uso indebido, accidentes o
negligencia del usuario.
Si la punta falla, debido a desgaste, devuélvala con franqueo
pagado a Wagner Spray Tech Corporation, Spray Tip Replacement,
1770 Fernbrook Lane, Plymouth, Minnesota 55447. Por favor,
junto con la punta, incluya su nombre, su dirección completa y su
número de teléfono. La punta se le devolverá en de 6 a 8 semanas.
ALGUNOS ESTADOS NO PERMITEN LIMITACIONES DE TIEMPO
A LAS GARANTÍAS IMPLÍCITAS NI TAMPOCO LA EXCLUSIÓN
DE DAÑOS ACCIDENTALES O COMO CONSECUENCIA DEL USO
DEL PRODUCTO, POR LO QUE es posible que la limitación
anterior NO SE APLIQUE A SU CASO PARTICULAR.
Garantía vitalicia de la punta rociadora
ESTA GARANTÍA LE OTORGA CIERTOS DERECHOS LEGALES
ESPECÍFICOS Y TAMBIÉN PUEDE ACCEDER A OTROS
DERECHOS QUE VARÍAN DE UN ESTADO A OTRO.
Garantie à vie de le buse du pulvérisateur
Le buse livré avec ce produit Wagner est garanti contre
l’usure pour toute la durée utile de l’appareil. Cette garantie
ne couvre pas les dégâts résultant d’une mauvaise utilisation
du produit, d’accidents ou d’une négligence de l’utilisateur.
Si le buse du pulvérisateur s’use, le renvoyer, port payé, à
Wagner Spray Tech Corporation, Spray Tip replacement,
1770 Fernbrook Lane Plymouth, Minnesota 55447 (USA).
Prière de joindre le nom, l’adresse et le numéro de téléphone
de l’utilisateur. Compter un délai de livraison de 6 à 8
semaines.
CERTAINS ÉTATS ou provinces NE PERMETTENT PAS LA
LIMITATIONS DE LA DURÉE DE LA GARANTIE IMPLICITE OU
L’EXCLUSION DES DOMMAGES-INTÉRÊTS INDIRECTS OU
ACCESSOIRES, LES RESTRICTIONS APPARAISSANT AUX PRÉSENTES
POURRAIT DONC NE PAS S’APPLIQUER À UTILISATEUR.
LA PRÉSENTE GARANTIE CONFÈRE DES DROITS PRÉCIS À
UTLISATEUR, MAIS CELUI-CI POURRAIT AVOIR D’AUTRES
DROITS EN VERTU DES LÉGISLATIONS LOCALES.