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Campbell Hausfeld AL1860 METAL Operating instructions
 Operating and Assembly Instructions
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Airless
Paint Sprayers
For questions, parts and accessories: 1-800-626-4401
Models PS270D, PS271D and PS290D
Operating
Pressure
0 psi - 3000 psi
Power
Requirements
115 Volts AC
Safety Features
Spray gun trigger lock
60 Hz
Spray gun trigger guard
15 Amps
Spray gun pressure diffuser
Min. Circuit
Prime/Spray valve over pressure
relief
© 2010 Campbell Hausfeld/Scott Fetzer
Weight
(lbs)
Capacity (GPM)
@ 0 psi
@ 2000 psi
75 lbs
.60
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.48
Maximum
Hose Length
Maximum Tip
Size
1 Gun, 300 ft.
1 Gun, .021 in.
2 Guns, 100 ft.
2 Guns, .015 in.
IN425101AV 5/10
Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
Airless Paint Sprayers
Description
Table of Contents
Airless paint sprayers are capable of spraying a wide variety
of latex, oil-based, and alkyd paints, as well as stains,
preservatives and other non-abrasive finishes.
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Application Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Safety Guidelines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
General Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Assembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Spraying Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Cleanup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Spray Gun Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Maintenance Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Replacement Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Force Feeding Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
These sprayers are also powerful and versatile enough to
be used with a variety of options (roller attachment, extra
lengths of hose, etc.) to make it an even more efficient tool.
NOTE: Guns pictured in illustrations may be different than
the one included with your unit.
Application Chart
Coating
Can Use
Do Not Use
Tip Size **
Spray Pressure
Oil Base Stain
x
.011 - .013 inch
800 + psi
Wood Sealer
x
.011 - .013 inch
800 + psi
Concrete Sealer
x
.011 - .013 inch
800 + psi
Enamel
x
.011 - .013 inch
1500 + psi
Varnish
x
.011 - .017 inch
1500 + psi
Non-Metal Flake Aluminum Paint
x
.011 - .017 inch
1500 + psi
Vinyl Latex Paint
x
.013 - .017 inch
1700 + psi
Vinyl / Acrylic Latex Paint
x
.013
** - .017 inch
1700 + psi
Acrylic Latex Paint
x
.013 - .017 inch
1700 + psi
Oil Base Paint
x
.013 - .017 inch
1700 + psi
Oil and Water Based Primer
x
.013 - .017 inch
1700 + psi
V. V/A & A Latex Stain
x
.013 inch
1700 + psi
Textured Coatings
x
N/A
Elastomerics
x
.017 - .021 inch
Asphalt Coating
x
.015 - .017 inch
Wood Restorer
x
N/A
Block Filler
x
N/A
All Other Materials Not Listed - Call Technical Support at 1-800-626-4401.
**Refer to maximum tip size in the specifications chart.
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2000 + psi
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Safety Guidelines
Important Safety Instructions
Save These Instructions
This manual contains information
that is very important to know
and understand. This information
is provided for SAFETY and to
PREVENT EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS.
To help recognize this information,
observe the following symbols.
Danger indicates
an imminently
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
Warning indicates
a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
Caution indicates a
potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, MAY result in minor or
moderate injury.
General Safety
1. SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS - To
reduce the risks of fire
or explosion, electrical
shock, and injury to
persons, read and understand
all instructions included in this
manual. Be thoroughly familiar
with the controls and the proper
use of the equipment.
Grounding
Pin
MANUAL
2. Always wear a mask
or respirator and
eye protection when
painting. Be certain
mask or respirator
will provide necessary protection
against inhalation of harmful
vapors.
3. Keep visitors away and NEVER
allow children or pets in the work
area.
TEST
RESET
Figure 1 - Grounding
● If the power receptacles available
will not fit this equipment’s power
cord, then have an appropriate
power receptacle installed by a
certified electrician.
● Only qualified electricians or
service personnel should perform
maintenance on the electrical
components of this equipment.
● Do not modify any of the
electrical components of
this equipment.
● Do not use a power cord
adapter with this equipment.
4. Do not smoke or eat when spraying
paint, insecticides, or other
flammable substances.
● If using an extension cord, use only
grounded three wire extension
cords that are in good condition.
Unpacking
5. Always work in a clean
environment. To avoid injury and
damage to the workpiece, do not
aim the spray gun at any dust or
debris.
● Check with a qualified electrician
or service person if the grounding
instructions are not completely
understood or you are in doubt
as to whether the equipment is
properly grounded.
Notice indicates
important
information, that if not followed, may
cause damage to equipment.
After unpacking the unit, inspect
carefully for any damage that may
have occurred during transit. Make
sure to tighten fittings, bolts, etc.,
before putting unit into service.
Do not operate
unit if damaged
during shipping, handling or use.
Damage may result in bursting and
cause injury or property damage.
General Safety Information
California proposition 65
This product or its
power cord may
contain chemicals, including lead,
known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm. Wash hands after
handling.
6. When spraying and cleaning,
always follow the instructions and
safety precautions provided by the
material manufacturer (Refer to
MSDS).
Electrical Shock Hazard:
● Follow all local electrical and safety
codes, as well as the National
Electrical Code (NEC) and in the
United States, the Occupational
Safety and Health Act (OSHA).
Appropriate Extension Cord
Gauge for given lengths
Length of Cord
Gauge
25’
14
25-50’
12
50-100’
10
● This product requires a grounded
120V, 15 Amp circuit (See Figure 1).
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Skin Injection Hazard:
● High pressure spray can inject toxins
into blood stream. If injection
occurs, seek emergency medical
treatment.
Use a face mask/respirator
and protective clothing
when spraying. Always
spray in a well ventilated area to
prevent health and fire hazards. Refer
to Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
of spray material for details.
● Never try to stop leaks with any
part of your body.
● This system is capable of producing
3000 psi (20 500 kPa). Use only
Campbell Hausfeld replacement
parts rated at 3000 psi (20 500 kPa)
or higher.
To reduce the risk of
skin injection:
● Do not aim the
gun at, or spray,
any person or
animal.
removing the nozzle tip, follow
the manufacturer’s instructions for
turning off the unit and relieving
the pressure.
● Do not leave the unit energized or
under pressure while unattended.
When not in use turn off the
unit and relieve the pressure in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
● 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.
● Check parts for signs of damage.
Replace any damaged parts.
● This spray gun is rated for 3000 psi
(20 500 kPa). Do not use on systems
designed to produce more than
3000 psi (20 500 kPa).
NOTE: If gun sprays while in the locked
position follow instructions in Spray
Gun Maintenance section for trigger
lock.
● Verify that all connections are
secure before operating. Do not
use pliers to tighten or loosen high
pressure connections.
● Know how to stop your unit
and bleed pressure quickly. Be
thoroughly familiar with the
controls.
● Motor is equipped with an
automatic thermal overload. Motor
will restart without warning, after cooling.
Never aim or
spray at yourself
or anyone else or serious injury could
occur.
● Always engage the trigger lock
when not spraying. Verify the
trigger lock is functioning properly.
• To lock (engage): rotate tabs on
lock to horizontal position.
• To unlock (disengage) to spray:
rotate tabs on lock to vertical
position.
● Keep hands and other body parts
away from the discharge. For
example, do not try to stop leaks
with any part of the body.
LOCKED
TO UNLOCK
UNLOCKED
TO LOCK
● Do not clean spray tip while it is
attached to the spray gun. Remove
spray tip from gun to clean tip
guard.
● Always use the nozzle tip guard. Do
not spray without nozzle tip guard
in place.
● Do not remove tip while cleaning
the pump.
● Only use a nozzle tip specified by
the manufacturer.
● Use caution when cleaning and
changing nozzle tips. Before
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Before servicing or resting:
1. Turn the Prime/Spray Control to the
Prime position.
2. Turn the pressure control to Low
Pressure/Hydraulic Bleeding
position.
3. Turn power switch to OFF position.
4. With gun pointed in a safe direction,
pull the gun trigger, with the
trigger lock disengaged.
5. Engage trigger lock.
● Simply turning off the pump motor
will not relieve pressure from
system. The above procedure must
be followed.
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD:
● Do not use solvents with flash points
less than 70°F (21°C) to clean this
equipment (examples of acceptable
cleaning solvents are water, mineral
spirits, lacquer thinner, Xylene and
high flash napha. A partial example
list of unacceptable cleaning
solvents are low flash napha, mek,
acetone, alcohol and toluene).
Do not spray acids,
corrosive materials,
toxic chemicals, fertilizers or pesticides.
Using these materials could result in
death or serious injury.
● Do not use fuels to clean this
equipment.
● Keep spray area well ventilated.
Keep a good supply of fresh air
moving through the spray area.
● Remove all ignition sources (i.e.
Static electricity, pilot lights,
cigarettes and electrical arcing).
● Airless spraying can cause static
electricity. Always ground the pump
and spraying surface. Always use a
3-wire grounded extension cord and
power receptacle.
● Do not use paints or solvents
containing halogenated
hydrocarbons such as methyl
bromine, carbon tetrachloride, and
ethyl iodine.
Keep hose away
from sharp objects.
Bursting hoses may cause injury.
Examine hoses regularly and replace if
damaged.
● Use only conductive or grounded
high-pressure airless paint sprayer
hoses specified by the manufacturer.
● Check hoses for weak or worn
condition before each use, making
certain that all connections are
secure.
● Verify that all containers and
collection systems are grounded to
prevent static discharge.
● Keep area clean and free of paint or
solvent containers, rags, and other
flammable materials.
excess of those specified by the
manufacturer.
● Do not use the hose as a strength
member to pull or lift the
equipment.
● Always wear appropriate gloves, eye
protection, and a respirator or mask
when painting.
● Always work in a clean environment.
Do not aim the spray gun at any
dust or debris.
● Do not operate or spray near
children. Keep children, pets, and
visitors away from equipment and
work area at all times.
● Do not over reach or stand on an
unstable support. Keep effective
footing and balance at all times.
● Stay alert and watch what you are
doing.
● Do not operate the equipment when
fatigued or under the influence of
drugs or alcohol.
Failure to follow
these instructions
can result in
serious injury
including death.
● Do not spray pump assembly.
● Have fire extinguisher equipment
present and working.
Do not spray flammable
materials in vicinity of
open flame or near ignition
sources. Motors, electrical equipment
and controls can cause electrical arcs
that will ignite a flammable gas or
vapor. Never store flammable liquids or
gases in the vicinity of the unit.
To reduce the risk of injury:
● Do not spray acids,
corrosive materials, toxic
chemicals, fertilizers, or
pesticides. Using these
materials could result in
death or serious injury.
● Do not kink or over-bend the hose.
● Do not expose the hose to
temperatures or to pressures in
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Assembly Instructions
Tools required:
u 3/4 in. or Adjustable Wrench
u 5/8 in. or Adjustable Wrench
Pump Assembly
If sprayer is on a cart, install handle
in position shown on cover and
tighten knobs.
Pressure
Valve
Outlet
Prime
Button
Motor
By-pass
Hose
Suction
Bell
Assembly
Two Gun Assembly
NOTE: Second gun and hose not
included.
Plug Removal
Housing
Suction
Assembly
4. Attach high pressure hose to pump
and spray gun using a 3/4 inch
wrench (See Figure Below). Do not
attach suction assembly at this time.
Replace plug with second hose adapter
(included with sprayer). Copper seal
washer must remain in place.
Prime/Spray
Valve
Inlet
Valve
2. Remove the equipment and all parts
from the carton.
Hose Adapter
Outlet
Valve
Assembly
1. Open packaging and check contents.
3. If sprayer is on stand, no further
frame assembly is necessary.
Optional 2nd
Hose Adapter
Preparation
Airless painting systems, unlike most
other power tools, require additional
care to ensure proper working order.
Following these instructions will
significantly increase the likelihood
of having a positive paint experience.
It is important that the painting
equipment is flush/tested EACH
time a new job is started. Each
pump is tested at the factory with a
fluid that must be flushed from the
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system prior to painting. It is also
required prior to each successive use
to flush the storage lubricant from
the system. Use the solvent which
will be used to clean the equipment.
Refer to the paint manufacturer’s
recommendations for cleaning fluids.
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Preparation (Continued)
DO NOT ATTACH THE SUCTION
ASSEMBLY UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO
SO IN STEP 3.
1. Remove inlet valve cap and with
your smallest finger, push on inlet
valve stem to ensure it moves freely.
Starting Instructions
2
1
2. Push outlet prime button three
times to ensure outlet valve is
moving freely.
3. Attach suction assembly and bypass
tube securely and place both suction
and bypass tubes in cleaning solvent.
4. Turn pressure to High (completely
clockwise).
Push Outlet
Prime Button
Use Finger to
Check Inlet Valve
3
5
4
5. Turn prime/spray control to the
Prime position.
6. Turn power switch to the ON
position. In a few seconds, cleaning
solvent will begin to move up
through the tube. Allow the fluid to
circulate for one minute to ensure
all air has been exhausted from the
pump.
Attach
Suction
Assembly
7. Turn prime/spray control to Spray
position. Watch for any fluid leaks
(See Troubleshooting Chart if leaks
occur).
NOTE: If unit is building pressure
properly, the pump should produce a
knocking sound, which indicates it has
reached its hydraulic relief pressure.
9. Point spray gun into an empty waste
bucket and pull trigger. To reduce
splashing, direct the fluid stream
along the inside of the bucket wall
and well above the fluid level.
Turn Prime/ Spray
Control
to PRIME
(knob is horizontal)
7
6
8. When flushing the system with
cleansing fluid (either prior to
use with paint or during cleaning
process) the spray tip can remain in
the clean position.
Turn Pressure
to HIGH
(completely clockwise)
Power Switch
Location
8
Turn Prime/ Spray
Control
to SPRAY
(knob is vertical)
9
Tip in
Cleaning
Position
While Pulling Trigger,
Direct Fluid Stream Along
Inside of Bucket
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Preparation (Continued)
10.After completing the flush/testing
process, purge the pump of fluid.
11.Repeat the preceding steps using
paint instead of cleaning solvent.
NOTE: Strain and thin paint before
using. All paint may have particles that
will clog filter and spray tips. Remove
any skin which may have developed on
the paint due to air exposure. Follow
paint manufacturers’ recommendations
on thinning paint.
12.When pure paint appears from
spray tip rotate tip to the Spray
position. The system is now ready
for use.
Spraying Instructions
12”
Professional looking results can be
obtained by following the spray tips
below.
1
1. Keep the gun perpendicular to the
surface.
Always hold the gun perpendicular
to the surface with the tip
approximately 12 inches from the
surface. If held at an angle (up
and down or side to side), paint
will build up unevenly, leave the
work splotchy, and cause excessive
overspray (See Figure to the right).
2. Move with a smooth arm stroke.
Move the gun at a steady, even
pace while keeping the gun
perpendicular to the surface (See
Figures to the right). Do not fan
the gun. Fanning the gun will cause
excessive overspray and uneven
coverage (See Figure to the right).
3. Start moving the gun before
triggering.
To get a smooth overlap and prevent
initial paint buildup, start your
stroke movement before pulling the
trigger. Release the trigger before
stopping at the end of the stroke
(See Figure to the right).
NOTE: To assure uniform paint
coverage, overlap each stroke by 20%
- 30% and use two coats with a cross
pattern (one coat horizontal, second
coat vertical).
Clean Position
Holding Spray Gun
Thin Coat
Heavy
Coat
2
Thin Coat
Overspray
Overspray
Incorrect
Spray Position
Result of Flexing Wrist While Spraying
Approx.
10-12”
Release
Trigger
Pull
Trigger
End
Stroke
Start
Stroke
Proper Way to Trigger Spray Gun
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Water
Prevent clogged tip
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Spraying Instructions
(Continued)
INTERMITTENT USE
If you are spraying and decide to stop
for several minutes, lock the spray
gun trigger and submerge the tip in
a container of water (See Figure on
page 8). This will prevent paint from
hardening in the tiny spray opening
and clogging the tip. Be sure to release
the pressure in the system and turn the
unit off.
CLEARING CLOGS
REVERSIBLE TIP: (Included)
1. Rotate the tip to the clean position
(See Figure 1 on page 8).
2. Point gun in a safe direction and
spray. This should clear tip of any
blockage.
3. Rotate the tip back to the spray
position and continue spraying (See
Figure 2 on page 8).
4. If clogging continues, replace gun
filter and consider straining the
paint prior to use.
HOW TO CHANGE SPRAY TIPS
It may be necessary to change spray tips
during a paint job. Follow these steps
for safe, easy tip changes.
1. Depressurize and turn off unit per
manufacturer’s instructions.
2. Engage gun trigger lock.
3. Pull red tip insert
out of spray base
and replace with
different tip, fully
inserting tip into base.
HOW TO ATTACH ROLLER ACCESSORY
1. Depressurize and turn off unit per
manufacturer’s instructions.
2. Engage gun trigger lock.
3. Remove spray base, tip, seal and
washer assembly.
4. Attach roller accessory (AL2275
shown) to airless spray gun. If
needed use thread adapter and
washer between roller and spray gun
as shown.
Equipment damage
can occur if a needle
or sharp object is used to clean the tip.
Tungsten carbide is brittle and can be
chipped.
Figure - Attach roller accessory to spray gun
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Cleanup
Temporary Cleanup
cleanup for OVERNIGHT STORAGE
NOTE: Cleaning and maintenance
of the pump are the most important
steps you can take to ensure proper
operation and a long life for your
airless paint sprayer. Please follow the
cleaning instructions carefully and . . .
1
2
WEAR ALL NECESSARY
SAFETY GEAR
Necessary Tools / Materials:
• One (1) bucket
• Water
• Plastic wrap
To Lock
Locked
Engage Trigger Lock
Turn Prime/Spray
Control to PRIME
Position
When reusing the
sprayer with the
same paint the next day at the same
job site, it is not necessary to flush
the paint from the system. However,
it is important to keep air from
coming into contact with the
paint.
4
3
NOTE: Do NOT disconnect any hoses.
1. Turn prime/spray control to PRIME
position.
High pressure
hose may still be
pressurized with prime/spray control
in the PRIME position. With the gun
pointed in a safe direction, pull the
gun trigger to relieve any pressure in
the hose.
2. Engage gun trigger lock.
3. Place spray gun in bucket of water.
There should be enough water to
cover spray tip. This will prevent
paint from drying or clogging tip.
4. Leave suction and bypass tubes in
bucket of paint. Make sure ends
of suction and bypass tubes are
below surface of paint in bucket.
5. Cover bucket and tubes with plastic
wrap or a damp towel to prevent
film forming on paint. Or, if using
latex paint, pour a very thin layer of
water over top of paint. Stir water
into paint the next morning.
Water
Suction and Bypass Tubes
Remain in Bucket with Ends
Below Paint Surface
Place Gun in
Water
5
PAINT
or
Cover Bucket
PAINT
Latex Paint: Use Thin Layer of
Water to Cover Paint
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Cleanup for Changing Paints
or Temporary Storage for
More Than One Night
WEAR ALL NECESSARY
SAFETY GEAR
Cleaning Pump
1
2
Necessary Tools / Materials:
• Pliers
• Rag
• Gloves
• Two (2) buckets
• At least one (1) gallon of cleaning
fluid
•Cleaning brush
Turn power switch to ON
(shown in the OFF position)
NOTE: Do NOT disconnect any hoses.
NOTE: Refer to coating manufacturer
for recommended cleaning fluid.
Turn Prime/Spray
Control to PRIME
Position
1. Turn prime/spray control to PRIME
position.
3
2. Turn power switch to ON.
High pressure
hose may still be
pressurized with prime/spray control
in the PRIME position. With the gun
pointed in a safe direction, pull the
gun trigger to relieve any pressure in
the hose.
4
3. Turn pressure to HIGH (completely
clockwise).
4. Tilt unit back, lift suction assembly
above fluid level in bucket.
While holding suction assembly
above paint level, allow pump to
run until empty.
5. Immediately place both suction
assembly and bypass tube in a
bucket containing enough cleaning
fluid to cover suction bell by two
inches. Allow pump to prime and
begin circulating fluid.
6. While fluid is circulating, soak rag
in fluid and wipe exterior of suction
assembly and bypass tube. Remove
suction filter with pliers. Wipe
inside of suction filter housing with
rag removing excess paint buildup.
Clean both sides of suction filter
with rag and reinsert filter into
suction filter housing.
Turn Pressure to HIGH
(completely clockwise)
5
Lift Suction Assembly above
Paint Level in Bucket
6
Suction Assembly and
Bypass Tube in Bucket
of cleaning fluid
Wipe Exterior of Suction
Assembly and Bypass Tube
NOTE: Do NOT allow fluid to circulate
for more than 15 minutes.
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Cleanup for Changing Paints
or Temporary Storage for
More Than One Night (Continued)
Allow the cleaning fluid to continue
circulating for approximately 10
minutes.
Cleaning Hose and Gun
8
7
9
7. Turn pressure to HIGH (completely
clockwise).
8. Turn prime/spray control to SPRAY/
ROLL position.
Turn Prime/ Spray
Control to SPRAY (knob
is vertical)
9. If reversible tip is used, rotate spray
tip to CLEAN position.
If Reversible Tip is
Used, Rotate Spray Tip
to CLEAN Position.
10.Point spray gun into bucket of
paint and pull trigger.
NOTE: To reduce splashing, direct
fluid stream along inside of bucket
and above the paint level.
11.As soon as cleaning fluid is flowing
from spray gun, release trigger.
Turn Pressure to HIGH
(completely clockwise).
10
NOTE: It should take less than one
minute to clear each 25 feet of high
pressure hose.
12
12.Engage gun trigger lock.
13.Turn prime/spray control to PRIME
position.
14.Turn pressure control to HIGH.
NOTE: Allow pump to run until
empty.
16.Repeat process (1 - 15) with
fresh cleaning fluid, to remove
contaminated cleaning fluid from
initial cleaning.
To Lock
Paint
15.Lift suction assembly above fluid
level in bucket.
Locked
Engage Gun Trigger Lock
While Pulling Trigger,
Direct Fluid Stream Along
Inside of Bucket
13
15
14
Prime Position
High Pressure Position
(completely clockwise)
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Lift Suction
Assembly
Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
Airless Paint Sprayers
Cleanup for Changing Paints or
Temporary Storage for More
Than One Night (Continued)
17.Make sure prime/spray control is in
SPRAY position to reduce dribbling.
Finishing Touches/Shutdown
17
18.Turn pressure to LOW (completely
counterclockwise).
19.Turn power switch to OFF position.
20.With gun pointed in safe direction
pull trigger with lock released to
relieve any pressure in hose.
Prime/Spray is
in SPRAY/ROLL
Position
21.Engage gun trigger lock.
22.Clean buckets and dispose of any
waste paint and cleaning fluid in
an environmentally responsible
manner.
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23.Clean tip guard with cleaning brush
and cleaning fluid.
NOTE: At this point, pump, hose and
spray gun are clean, but still require
further preparation for storage of more
than one day.
20
Turn Pressure to LOW
(completely counterclockwise)
Pull Gun Trigger with
Trigger Lock Released
21
To Lock
Locked
Engage Gun Trigger Lock
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Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
Airless Paint Sprayers
Storage
short term
(less than one week)
Water Based Paint
1
2
WEAR ALL NECESSARY
SAFETY GEAR
Necessary Tools / Materials:
• Pump Protector Solution
Pump
Protector
• Plastic Wrap
WASTE
BUCKET
• 3/4 in. or Adjustable Wrench
PUMP
PROTECTION
SOLUTION
Oil or Alkyd Based Paint
If sprayer cleaned with mineral spirits,
simply wrap suction filter housing
in plastic to keep debris out of
suction filter. No other preparation is
necessary.
Place Suction
Assembly in
Solution
Prepare Pump
Protector Solution
Water-based paint
1. Prepare Pump Protector solution in
bucket as directed on container.
4
3
2. Place suction assembly into
solution.
3. Place end of bypass tube into waste
bucket.
4. With prime/spray control in PRIME
position, turn pressure to HIGH
(completely clockwise).
5. Turn power switch ON. Circulate
Pump Protector through bypass
tube until bucket of solution is
EMPTY.
WASTE
BUCKET
WASTE
BUCKET
PUMP
PROTECTION
SOLUTION
PUMP
PROTECTION
SOLUTION
With Prime/Spray
Control in PRIME
Position, Turn
Pressure to HIGH
(completely clockwise)
Place End of Bypass Tube
into Waste Bucket
6. Turn pressure to LOW (completely
counterclockwise).
7. Wrap suction filter housing in
plastic to keep debris out of suction
filter.
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6
PLASTI
long term
(more than one weeK)
8. Remove high pressure hose and
drain. Reassemble high pressure
hose to pump.
9. With spray tip attached to spray
gun, wrap tip with plastic to
protect tip.
C WRAP
Wrap Suction Filter
Housing in Plastic
Turn Pressure to LOW
(completely counterclockwise)
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Spray Gun Maintenance
Pump damage may
occur if these
instructions are not followed.
Before performing
any maintenance,
make sure to relieve pressure from
system and disconnect power from
sprayer.
•Do not use oil based solvents to
clean equipment after using latex
based coatings. Use only warm soapy
water.
TIP SEAL AND WASHER
Occasionally, you will need to replace
the silver seal and clear washer located
inside the tip base.
1. To replace seal and washer, first
loosen tip base with adjustable
wrench, and then remove by hand.
2. Remove spray tip.
3. With Phillips screwdriver, push seal
and washer out from front of tip
base.
• Always replace clogged gun filters,
do not attempt to clean them.
4. With flat side of seal facing up, place
seal in base. Make sure it lines up
properly with base.
•Carefully follow cleaning and
storage instructions for your sprayer.
5. Place washer in base. Make sure it
lines up properly with base.
•Do not use metal or other hard
objects to pick dried paint material
from Spray Tip Orifice.
6. Put spray tip back in tip base.
TRIGGER LOCK
7. Reattach tip base to gun valve.
Pulling the trigger
must not open the
gun valve when
trigger lock is activated.
Make sure spray
tip and tip base fit
snugly in place. A
loose fit can lead to misdirected spray
discharge and a skin injection hazard.
You should be able to get the actuator
(#12, page 19) to wiggle slightly with
your finger while holding the trigger
against the trigger lock when it is in the
locked position. If you cannot, adjust
the trigger position by following these
instructions:
1. Place trigger in locked orientation
(tabs horizontal).
2. With one hand holding trigger
lightly against lock, use a 1/4 inch
nut driver to turn nut (#13, page 19)
in until trigger starts to come off the
lock.
3. Reverse the nut (counterclockwise)
1/2 turn.
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Maintenance Chart
Maintenance
Item
Check
Replace
User
Serviceable?Detail Notes
Yes
See parts listing for location of product safety
labels and related part numbers.
Before each use Yes
See trigger lock warning under Spray Gun
Maintenance.
Airless hose
Before each use
Yes
Read information on the hang tag attached to the
high pressure hose for instructions on maintenance.
Sealing surfaces
Before each use
Yes
Make sure they are clean.
Suction tube
Before each use
As required
Yes
Check for nicks and cuts.
Bypass tube
Before each use
As required
Yes
Check for nicks and cuts.
Suction filter
Before each use
and every 5 gal.
Gun filter
Before each use
Every 25 gal.
Yes
Roller nap
Before each use
As required
Yes
Prime/spray valve
Before each use
Every 1000 gal.
Yes
3/4” Wrench, torque to 80 in/lbs.
Push button
Before each use
Every 1000 gal.
Yes
7/8” Socket or wrench, torque to 200 in/lbs.
Block bolts
Before each use
Do not require
replacement
with normal use
Yes
Block bolts are to be torqued to 275 in/lbs. in an
“X” pattern. These bolts should be checked periodically for correct torque. 1/4” Hex.
Product safety
labels
Before each use
Trigger adjustment
As required
Every 25 gal. or
more often if
required
Yes
Do not attempt to clean gun filter, only replace.
Pressure valve
Does not require *SCR
replacement
with normal use
Inlet valve
Every 250 gal.
Yes
1-1/16” Wrench, torque to 150 in/lbs.
Outlet valve
Every 250 gal.
Yes
3/4” Wrench torque to 150 in./lbs.
Every 20-75 gal.
Yes
1” Wrench torque to 135 in/lbs.
Diaphragm
assembly
Every 1000 gal.
*SCR
This part is only worn out if broken or torn.
Oil
Every 2000 gal.
Yes
H-32 Hydraulic oil CH #AL170200AV.
Block
Does not require Yes
replacement
with normal use
Spray tip
Hose connector
Before each use
Before each use
Yes
When stripped
or leaking under
pressure
* Service Center Recommended
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5/8” Wrench, torque to 75 in/lbs.
5/8” - Torque to 350 in/lbs.
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Notes
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Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
For Replacement Parts and Accessories,
Contact Your Local Service Center or Call 1-800-626-4401
Please provide following information:
- Model number
- Serial number (if any)
- Part descriptions and number as shown in parts list
Address parts correspondence to:
Campbell Hausfeld
Attn: Customer Service
100 Production Drive
Harrison, OH 45030 U.S.A.
Ref.
No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
22
15
23
6
20
12
13
14
21
11
16
8
7
9
24
25
17
19
27
11
10
1
2
3 n
4 n
5 l 6 n
7
8l n
9 n
10 l
11 n
12 n
13 n
14
15 s
16 s
17
18
19
20 s
21 s
22 s
23 s
24 s
25 s
26 †
27
28 †
29 †
Part
No.Qty.
Faceplate screws
HP007118AV
Faceplate
AL045102AV
Faceplate gasket
AL013702AV
Piston kit
(Includes items 3 and 11-13)
AL131502SV
Eccentric/bearing
AL116204SV
Housing
AL173304SV
Pressure valve assembly
AL131413SV
Bearing
AL013300AV
Oil seal
AL045503AV
Motor
MC014503SV
Check valve
AL163200SV
Piston seal
AL108802AV
Piston spacer
AL007001AV
Diaphragm kit (Includes item 11)AL173700SV
Block
AL042414SV
Inlet valve assembly
AL165400SV
Suction tube assembly
AL138404SV
Suction bell assembly
AL111000AJ
Bypass tube assembly
AL174302SV
Hose adapter plug
AL162600SV
Block bolts
ST070819AV
Outlet valve assembly
AL129600SV
Hose adapter
AL104700SV
Prime/spray valve assembly
AL132100SV
Outlet push button
AL159500SV
Hydraulic oil, 16 oz. bottle
AL170200AV
Clip, by-pass tube
AL167701AV
Hose, 5 foot airless whip
HA211900AV
Hose, 50 foot airless
HA211601AV
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Additional Items Available:
18
n
l
s
†
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Housing assembly
(Includes items 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12 & 13)
AL173304SV 1
Motor assembly
(Includes items 5, 8 & 10) MC014503SV 1
Block assembly
(Includes items 15, 16, 20, 21,
22, 24 & 25)
AL175000SV 1
Not Shown
Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
For Replacement Parts and Accessories,
Contact Your Local Service Center or Call 1-800-626-4401
Please provide following information:
- Model number
- Serial number (if any)
- Part descriptions and number as shown in parts list
Address parts correspondence to:
Campbell Hausfeld
Attn: Customer Service
100 Production Drive
Harrison, OH 45030 U.S.A.
1
11
12
14 (2x)
10 (2x) 18
2
8
7
19 (4x)
6
5
4
3
20
15
14
17
AL1860 - Metal (Pro)
16
13
Replacement Parts List
Ref.
No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Part
No.Qty.
Kit, Pro Gun Left Grip, Lock
and Guard
AL184400SV
Insert, Gun
AL179803AG
Kit, Pro Stem and Diffuser
(includes #7)
AL183400SV
Spring, Gun
AL048600AV
Retainer, Gun Spring
AL020201AV
Seal, Gun
AL020300AV
Washer, Seal
AL153801AV
Washer, Gun Seat Retainer
AL005404AV
Kit, Gun Seal (Includes #6, #7, #8)AL183600SV
Pin, Gun Actuator
AL024102AV
Actuator, Gun
AL182700AV
Nut, #5-40 Hex Lock
ST073804AV
Kit, Gun Trigger (Trigger, Screws)AL183100SV
Gun Filters,
100 Mesh (yellow)
AL086101AJ
50 Mesh (white)
AL086100AJ
Washer, Long Filter
MJ105402AV
Ref.
No.
Description
16
Assembly, Pro Gun Swivel
(optional)
17
Guard, Pro Gun Trigger
18
O-Ring
19
Screw, #5-40 x 5/16” SHC
20
Grip, Right, Pro Gun
Additional Items Available:
Kit, Pro Gun Valve –
Includes #3 - #8, #12
Kit, Gun Actuator –
Includes #10, #11, #12
Kit, Pro Gun Insert –
Includes #2 - #8, #15
Kit, Pro Gun Full Grip –
Includes #1, #17 - #20
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Part
No.Qty.
AL183500AJ
AL184600AV
MJ106511AV
MJ103804AV
AL184302AV
1
1
1
4
1
AL183200SV
AL183700SV
AL184100SV
AL184500SV
2 pk
2 pk
1
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Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
For Replacement Parts and Accessories,
Contact Your Local Service Center or Call 1-800-626-4401
Please provide following information:
- Model number
- Serial number (if any)
- Part descriptions and number as shown in parts list
Address parts correspondence to:
Campbell Hausfeld
Attn: Customer Service
100 Production Drive
Harrison, OH 45030 U.S.A.
1
2
3
4
4
7
6
5
8
Replacement Parts List
Ref.
No.
Description
Part
No.Qty.
Ref.
No.
Description
Part
No.Qty.
AL167960JJ
MJ103305AV
PM080900AV
AL177001AV
PM344759AV
WA005621AV
AL168151JJ
MJ110300AV
1
2
3
4
Handle (with hose rack)
Carriage Bolt
Knob
Spacer
1
2
2
4
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5
6
7
8
Palnut
Wheel, Pneumatic
Cart
Cap, Rubber (optional)
2
2
1
2
Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
Troubleshooting Chart
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Motor hums and does not run
1. Unit under pressure
1. Turn Prime/Spray Control to prime position
2. Equipment has been dropped
which caused motor to become
misaligned
2. Take to authorized service center to have motor assembly
realigned. Or, call technical support
3. Supply voltage too low
3. Do not use an extension cord, it is better to add hose length.
Use portable generator with a 2400 VA minimum rating
4. Power Switch is in OFF position
4. Flip Power Switch to ON position
5. Bad power connection
5. Check power connections at power receptacle, along extension
cord and at equipment for looseness or damage
6. Circuit breaker or fuse is tripped
6.Correct cause of circuit overload. (Possible causes: Supply
voltage too low, extension cord too long for available supply
voltage, equipment was under pressure while trying to start
motor or motor has been damaged.)
7. Thermal overload protection
activated
7. Allow motor to cool for approximately 30 minutes, determine
cause and restart motor. (Possible causes: Supply voltage too
low, extension cord too long for available supply voltage,
equipment was under pressure while trying to start motor or
motor has been damaged.)
8. Check valves stuck
8. “Pop” Inlet Valve and Outlet Valves. See Preparation
Instructions
9. Suction Assembly loose and/or
sealing surfaces are dirty at Inlet
Valve
9. Remove Suction Assembly, clean sealing surfaces and
reassemble
10.Suction Head not immersed in
paint
10.Add more paint to bucket and/or adjust position of Suction
Assembly
11.Prime/Spray Control is in the
spray position and/or the
Pressure Control is in the Low
Pressure/Hydraulic Bleeding
position
11.Turn the Prime/Spray Control to the Prime position and Pressure
Control fully clockwise
12.Hydraulic system contains air
12.Turn Pressure Control to Low Pressure/Hydraulic Bleeding
position for 1 minute while motor is running
13.Hydraulic oil level low
13.Add oil so level is within 1/4” of housing edge. (See notes in
Maintenance Section on oil leaks.) Turn Pressure Control to Low
Pressure/Hydraulic Bleeding position for 1 minute
Motor runs, but pump does
not prime even though it was
working just fine a little while
ago. (Usually occurs after
moving or adding more paint
to the paint bucket.)
14 See Possible Causes 9,10,11,13
14.See Corrective Actions 9,10,11,13
15.Clogged suction filter
15.Remove suction filter and clean. Also, refer to Maintenance
section
16.Trash caught in valves
16.See “Force Feeding” figure on page 23
17.Paint sediments settled to
bottom of bucket
17.Strain and mix paint thoroughly
Pump primes, but does not
build pressure
18.Prime/Spray Control not in Spray
position
18.Turn Prime/Spray Control to Spray position
19.Pressure Control not set to high
enough pressure
19.Turn Pressure Control clockwise to desired pressure. Fully
clockwise is maximum pressure
20.Even though Prime/Spray
Control is in Spray position, fluid
still flows from By-Pass Tube.
Prime/Spray Control is worn or
damaged
20.Replace with service kit (See replacement parts list) or take
equipment to authorized service center
Motor does not run or hum
Motor runs, but pump does
not prime after being cleaned
after last use. (This problem
can usually be prevented by
following the recommended
cleaning and storage
procedure)
Continued on next page
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Operating Instructions and Assembly Instructions
Troubleshooting Chart (Continued)
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Pump primes and builds
pressure, however, the
equipment does not spray or
produce a quality spray pattern
21.Clogged gun filter
21.Replace with new filter. Do not attempt to clean gun filters.
Also, refer to Maintenance section
22 Clogged Spray Tip
22.See Clearing Clogs section
23 A. Tip is damaged or worn
23.A. Replace tip. Also, refer to Maintenance section
Pump primes and builds
pressure, but does not maintain
pressure once trigger is pulled
B. Paint requires thinning
B. Follow paint manufacturers thinning recommendations.
Paint should not typically need to be thinned more than 8
oz. of solvent per gallon
C. Reversible Spray Tip in
cleaning position
C. Turn Spray Tip to Spray position. See Cleaning section for
details
24.Clogged Suction Filter
24.Remove Suction Filter and clean. Also, refer to Maintenance
section
25.Suction Assembly loose and/or
sealing surfaces are dirty at Inlet
Valve
25.Remove Suction Assembly, clean sealing surfaces and
reassemble hand tight
26.Paint thick due to cold weather.
This problem usually occurs with
Latex based coatings
26.Do not paint Latex coatings in temperatures less than 50°F
(10°C). Refer to paint manufactures minimum painting
temperature recommendations
27.Inlet Valve and/or Outlet Valve
are worn
27.Replace valves. Also, refer to Maintenance section
28.Trash caught in Gun Valve
28.Clean or replace Gun valve. Also, refer to Gun Maintenance
section. This is a very rare occurrence, and will not occur if filters
are properly maintained
29.Worn Gun Valve
29.Replace Gun valve. Also, refer to Gun Maintenance section
30.Dried paint under gun actuator
30.Remove 1/4” nut and gun actuator at rear of gun. Remove
dried paint from around needle and back of actuator. Replace
actuator and 1/4” nut. Set gun trigger position with trigger
lock in locked orientation (tabs horizontal) by the following
instructions: With one hand holding trigger softly against
lock, use a 1/4” nut driver to turn nut in until trigger starts to
come off the lock, then back off the nut (counterclockwise) 1/2
turn. Pulling the trigger must not open the gun valve when
trigger lock is activated. You should be able to get the actuator
to wiggle slightly with your finger while holding the trigger
against the locked trigger lock.
After moving equipment or
adding paint to bucket, unit
will not prime or spray
31.Suction assembly loose or
damaged
31.Tighten suction assembly onto inlet valve. Re-prime sprayer. If
problem is not remedied, consult Technical Support
Oil in Paint
32.Oil is leaking from between
Block and Hydraulic Housing
32.Check hydraulic oil level. Add hydraulic oil if necessary (it is
recommended that this be done by a qualified technician).
Check block bolt torque
33.Diaphragm is damaged
33.New diaphragm assembly is needed. (It is recommended that
this be done by a qualified technician.) Refer to Maintenance
Chart concerning torque settings and type of tools required
to reassemble block onto housing. Refill piston with hydraulic
oil. Correct assembly of internal check valve under diaphragm
assembly is critical to proper operation of the pump – refer to
Parts List or contact technical Support
34.Loose connection
34.Clean sealing surface and reassemble per assembly instructions
35.Contaminated sealing surface
35.Consult technical support
36.Damaged component
36.Consult technical support
37.Possible product quality issue.
(We would greatly appreciate
your assistance in continuous
product quality improvement)
37.Call technical support at 1-800-626-4401
Gun will not shut-off
Fluid leaks other than oil
Symptoms not listed
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Airless Paint Sprayers
“Force Feeding” Pump
To remove trash that has been caught
in the valves, the unit can be force fed.
With pump on and prime/spray knob
turned to “prime” position, pour the
appropriate solvent into the suction
tube and then fold hose as shown
opposite. While firmly squeezing the
suction tube, slide hand down toward
the pump and repeat until pump
primes.
Notes:
• Weather conditions can cause unsatisfactory results when spraying some coatings.
• High humidity prolongs set, and cure times.
• High temperatures decrease set, and cure times.
•Cold temperatures extend set, and cure times.
• Variations in temperature, and humidity can cause variations in finish quality.
•Coating manufacturers can recommend additives to resolve some of these problems, and should be contacted for assistance
with particular problem resolutions.
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Airless Paint Sprayers
Limited Warranty
1. Duration: From the date of purchase by the original purchaser as follows: Paint Application Systems - 5 years. All Paint Spray Guns and
Paint Application Accessories - 1 year.
2. Who Gives This Warranty (Warrantor): Campbell Hausfeld/A Scott Fetzer Company, 100 Production Drive, Harrison, Ohio, 45030,
Telephone: 1-800-626-4401.
3. Who Receives This Warranty (Purchaser): The original purchaser (other than for purposes of resale or rental) of the Campbell
Hausfeld Product.
4. What Products Are Covered By This Warranty: PS270D or PS271D Airless Painting System.
5. What Is Covered Under This Warranty: Defects in material and workmanship which occur within the duration of the warranty
period. Warrantor will also cover normal wear items for a period of thirty days from the date of original purchase against defects in
material and workmanship. These wear items are: inlet valve, outlet valve, gun valve, filters, tips, all seals and o-rings.
6. What Is Not Covered Under This Warranty:
A. Implied warranties, including those of merchantability and FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED FROM THE DATE
OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE AS STATED IN THE DURATION. If standard duty product is used for commercial or industrial purposes, the
warranty will apply for ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase. If product is used for rental purposes, the warranty will
apply for ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
B. ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS, DAMAGE , OR EXPENSE THAT MAY RESULT FROM ANY DEFECT, FAILURE,
OR MALFUNCTION OF THE CAMPBELL HAUSFELD PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
C. Any failure that results from an accident, purchaser’s abuse, neglect or failure to operate products in accordance with instructions
provided in the owner’s manual(s) supplied with product. Accident, purchaser’s abuse, neglect or failure to operate products in
accordance with instructions shall also include the removal or alteration of any safety devices. If such safety devices are removed or
altered, this warranty is void.
D. Normal adjustments which are explained in the owner’s manual(s) provided with the product.
E. Items or services that are normally required to maintain the product: HVLP-filters, motor brushes, gun packing, gun canister seal, gun
check valve and gun air flow ring; Airless-inlet valve, outlet valve, gun valve, filters, tips, all seals and o-rings., or any other expendable
part not specifically listed, will only be covered for thirty days from date of original purchase.
7. Responsibilities of Warrantor Under This Warranty: Repair or replace, at Warrantor’s option, products or components which are
defective, have malfunctioned and/or failed to conform within duration of the warranty period.
8. Responsibilities of Purchaser Under This Warranty:
A. Provide dated proof of purchase and maintenance records.
B. Deliver or ship the Campbell Hausfeld product or component to the nearest Campbell Hausfeld Authorized Service Center. Freight
costs, if any, must be borne by the purchaser.
C. Use reasonable care in the operation and maintenance of the products as described in the owner’s manual(s).
9. When Warrantor Will Perform Repair or Replacement Under This Warranty: Repair or replacement will be scheduled and
serviced according to the normal work flow at the servicing location, and depending on the availability of replacement parts.
This Limited Warranty applies in the U.S. and Canada only and gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from
state to state, or country to country.
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