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PAINT CREW PLUS
®
Owner’s Manual
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Contents
2 Important Safety Information
4 What’s in the Box?
5 Proper Use and Functions
6 Assembly
7 Pressure Relief Procedure
8 Load Material
9 Getting Material to Flow
10 Practice Spraying
12 Clear the Spray Tip
13 Clean the Spray Gun Filter
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• Form No. 0504923G
14 Clean the Inlet Filter
15 Short Term Storage
16 Cleanup
18 Cleaning the Spray Gun Components
19 Long-Term Storage
20 Replacing the Outlet Valve
21 Replacing the Inlet Valve
22 Troubleshooting
72 Parts List
76 Warranty
Questions?
Call Wagner Technical Service at:
1-800-328-8251
Register your product online at:
www.wagnerspraytech.com
Proper registration will serve as proof
of purchase in the event your original
receipt becomes misplaced or lost.
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Important
Safety 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.
a) 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.
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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.
Grounded Outlet
Grounding Pin
Cover for grounded outlet box
b) 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 units intended for use with only water-based
materials — Do not spray or clean with flammable
liquids. For use with water-based liquids only.
3. For units intended for use with only water-based or
mineral spirit-type materials with a minimum flash
point of 21ºC (69.8ºF) — Do not spray or clean
with liquids having a flash point of less than 21ºC
(69.8ºF). Flash point is the temperature at which a
fluid can produce enough vapor to ignite.
4. Paint or solvent flowing through the equipment is
able to result in static electricity. Static electricity
creates a risk of fire or explosion in the presence
of paint or solvent fumes. All parts of the spray
system, including the pump, hose assembly, spray
gun and objects in and around the spray area
shall be properly grounded to protect against static
discharge and sparks. Use only conductive or
grounded high-pressure airless paint sprayer hoses
specified by the manufacturer.
5. Verify that all containers and collection systems are
grounded to prevent static discharge.
6. Connect to a grounded outlet and use grounded
extension cords (electric models only). Do not use
a 3 to 2 adapter.
7. 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.
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8. 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.
9. Do not smoke in the spray area.
10. Do not operate light switches, engines, or similar
spark producing products in the spray area.
11. Keep area clean and free of paint or solvent
containers, rags, and other flammable materials.
12. 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.
13. Place pump at least 25 feet (7.62 meters) from the
spray object in a well ventilated area (add more
hose if necessary). Flammable vapors are often
heavier than air. Floor area must be extremely well
ventilated. The pump contains arcing parts that
emit sparks and can ignite vapors.
14. Plastic can cause static sparks. Never hang plastic
to enclose spray area. Do not use plastic drop
cloths when spraying flammable material.
15. Fire extinguisher equipment shall be present and
working.
c) 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. In the case where the nozzle tip clogs while
spraying, ALWAYS lock gun trigger, shut pump
off, and release all pressure before servicing,
cleaning tip or guard, or changing tip. Pressure
will not be released by turning off the motor. The
PRIME/SPRAY valve or pressure bleed valve must
be turned to their appropriate positions to relieve
system pressure. Refer to PRESSURE RELIEF
PROCEDURE described in the pump manual.
6. Do not leave the unit energized or under pressure
while unattended. When the unit is not in use, turn
off the unit and relieve the pressure in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
7. 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.
8. Check hoses and parts for signs of damage, a leak can
inject material into the skin. Inspect hose before each
use. Replace any damaged hoses or parts.
9. 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, guns, extensions, fittings, and hose.
10. Always engage the trigger lock when not spraying.
Verify the trigger lock is functioning properly.
11. Verify that all connections are secure before operating
the unit.
12. Know how to stop the unit and bleed pressure quickly.
Be thoroughly familiar with the controls. Pressure will
not be released by turning off the motor. The PRIME/
SPRAY valve or pressure bleed valve must be turned to
their appropriate positions to relieve system pressure.
Refer to PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE described
in the pump manual.
13. Always remove the spray tip before flushing or cleaning
the system.
8. Do not use the hose as a strength member to pull
or lift the equipment.
9. Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment.
10. Follow all appropriate local, state and national
codes governing ventilation, fire prevention and
operation.
11. The United States Government Safety Standards
have been adopted under the Occupational
Safety and Health Act (OSHA). These standards,
particularly part 1910 of the General Standards and
part 1926 of the Construction Standards should be
consulted.
12. Before each use, check all hoses for cuts, leaks,
abrasion or bulging of cover. Check for damage or
movement of couplings. Immediately replace hose
if any of those conditions exist. Never repair a paint
hose. Replace with a conductive high-pressure
hose.
13. Do not spray outdoors on windy days.
14. Always unplug cord from outlet before working on
equipment (electric models only).
important: 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
or 12 gauge cord is recommended (see chart). 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.
Cord gauge
Maximum cord length
12
150 feet
14
100 feet
Wagner Spray Tech accessory extension cords
recommended:
P/N 0090241
20 foot extension cord
P/N 0090242
35 foot extension cord
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
Injection into the skin is a traumatic injury. It is
important to treat the injury as soon as possible.
DO NOT delay treatment to research toxicity.
Toxicity is a concern with some coatings injected
directly into the blood stream. Consultation with
a plastic surgeon or reconstructive hand surgeon
may be advisable.
Do not use more than 50 feet of spray hose. If you
need to spray further than 50 feet away from your
power source, use more extension cord, not more
spray hose.
d) 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.
6. Do not kink or over-bend the hose. Airless hose can
develop leaks from wear, kinking and abuse. A leak
can inject material into the skin.
7. Do not expose the hose to temperatures or pressures in
excess of those specified by manufacturer.
Important Electrical Information
If you experience problems with your sprayer at
any time during assembly, operation, or cleanup,
please refer to the Troubleshooting section of this
manual (page 22), or call customer service at:
1-800-328-8251
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What’s in
the box?
Hose
bracket
Spray hose
(comes assembled
to the spray gun)
Hopper
lid
*Certain parts of the sprayer will not be
assembled out of the box. Be sure to read
Assembly instructions, page 6.
Material return tube
(rear of sprayer)
Tool storage location (inside sprayer base)
Removable
hopper
Sprayer
handle
Hopper
Inlet valve
pusher tool
Sprayer
base
ON / OFF
switch
PRIME/SPRAY
knob
Spray hose
outlet
Sprayer
base
Inlet valve
removal tool
Spray tip
storage area (2)
Spray Gun / Spray Tip Assembly
*Wheel
cap (2)
*Axle pin (2)
* Wheel parts can be found
inside the hopper.
See Assembly section, page 6.
Spray gun
Questions?
Call Wagner Technical Service at:
Seal**
1-800-328-8251
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the event your original receipt becomes misplaced
or lost.
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Tip seal**
Spray
guard
Spray tip
4
** Seal and tip seal come
pre-assembled inside
spray guard
*Wheel (2)
Spray tip
assembly
Proper
use and
functions
Start
Capability:
Sprays a variety of paints (oil-based and
latex), primers, 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
Safety features:
Spray gun trigger lock and pressure diffuser;
built-in tip safety guard; PRIME/SPRAY knob
for safe pressure release. Conforms to ULSTD
1450. Certified to CAN/CSAC 22.2 NO 68-92
Specifications
Weight��������������������������������20.5 lbs
Flow rate�����������������������������0.24 gal/minute
Power source���������������������1/2 Hp universal
motor
Power requirement�������������15 amp minimum
circuit on 120 VAC,
60 Hz current
Generator requirement�������5000 Watt
Max. spraying pressure������2800 PSI
Controls and Functions
ON/OFF switch:
Spray hose:
PRIME/SPRAY knob:
Spray gun:
The ON/OFF switch turns power
to sprayer on and off.
(O=OFF, |=ON)
The spray hose connects the
spray gun to the pump.
The spray gun controls the
delivery of the material being
pumped.
The PRIME/SPRAY knob directs
material to the material return
tube when set to PRIME or to
spray hose when set to SPRAY.
Pressure control:
The pressure control function is
also controlled by the PRIME/
SPRAY knob. The pressure
control regulates the amount
of force the pump uses to push
the fluid and can be adjusted for
desired spray pattern.
Trigger lock:
Engage the trigger lock whenever
the gun is not in use.
The gun is locked when the
trigger lock is at a 90º angle
(perpendicular to the trigger in
either direction).
spray - minimum
pressure
Ideal for thinner spray
materials.
Also to be used
during cleanup, when
unclogging the tip, or
when using the optional
roller attachment.
spray - maximum
pressure
Ideal when spraying
thicker materials.
To be used during
spraying.
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Material return tube:
Fluid is sent out through the
return tube and back into the
hopper when the PRIME/SPRAY
knob is in the PRIME position.
CLEAN
Removable hopper:
ROLL hopper can be removed for
The
easy emptying and cleaning. It
can be removed when empty or
when filled with material.
IMPORTANT: Do
not exceed
MAX
2.5 gallons. The hopper will
not stand on its own. Make
sure it is empty before setting
it down.
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1. Assembly
1
x2
2
x2
3
(b)
Start
• Adjustable wrench
(a)
important: Do not plug in the
power cord until assembly is
complete.
Note: It will be much easier to attach the hose
to the sprayer if you uncoil it first.
4
x2
4. Tighten the handle nuts in order
to secure the handle in place.
(c)
You will need:
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1. Insert the axle pins (a) through
the holes in the side of the
sprayer base as shown.
Push wheel (b) in until the axle
snaps into place.
5
5. Remove the plug from inside
the hose fitting and remove the
cap on the outlet valve. Discard
both.
6
2. Snap the caps into the center of
each wheel as shown.
3. Lift the handle to a vertical
position.
Note: You may have to loosen the
the handle nuts (c) in order to move
the handle.
6
7
6. Thread one end of the spray
hose to the outlet valve on the
sprayer.
7. Tighten the hose with an
adjustable wrench.
Pressure Relief
Procedure*
*Perform when instructed
Start
Important Safety Warning
Be careful when handling the spray gun so you don’t
accidently spray yourself. The high pressure paint
stream could pierce your skin causing serious injury. If
an accident happens see detail procedures in the Safety
Information section on pages 2-3. See physician
immediately and bring this instruction manual.
1
2
Important Safety
Warning
l
Be sure to follow the Pressure Relief
Procedure when shutting the unit off
for any purpose. This procedure is
used to relieve pressure from the
spray hose. Failure to do so could
result in serious injury.
OFF
O
You will need:
• A waste bucket
1. Lock the spray gun trigger.
3
2. Turn the power OFF.
4
PRIME
3. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME.
7
4. Unlock the spray gun. Briefly pull the
trigger to fully relieve pressure from the
system. Lock the spray gun.
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2. Load
Material
1
2
3
(a)
Start
(b)
You will need:
• The material you plan
to spray
• Extension cord
• Waste bucket
1. Pull the return tube from
the rear of the hopper lid.
Remove the hopper.
4
5
6
ON
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7
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PRIME
4. Pull the return tube from the
hopper and hold it over a
waste container.
2. Insert the inlet pusher tool (a) into the
center of the inlet valve area (b).
Push pusher tool down to ensure
proper operation of the inlet valve.
5. Plug in the sprayer.
Turn the PRIME/SPRAY
knob to PRIME.
Turn the power ON.
8
O
l
O
6. Hold return tube over
waste bucket until
material is flowing
(approximately five
seconds).
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3. Replace the hopper. Remove
the hopper lid.
Fill the hopper with the material
you plan to spray. Do not
exceed 2 1/2 gallons.
(c)
OFF
7. Turn power OFF.
8. Place return tube (c) back into
position over the hopper.
Replace the hopper lid.
3. Getting
Material to
Flow
Start
1
2
3
ON
You will need:
• Scrap material / cardboard
• Drop cloths to protect floors and
furnishings from overspray
Note: Motor will cycle ON and OFF while
spraying to regulate pressure. This is normal.
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SQUEEZE
(a)
1. Rotate spray tip forward to
SPRAY position (a).
Unlock the spray gun trigger.
4
2. Point the spray gun at a piece
of scrap material/cardboard.
Squeeze and hold trigger
for steps 3-5.
3. Turn the power ON.
5
6
SPRAY
MAX
4. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY
knob to SPRAY - maximum
pressure.
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5. Continue to squeeze trigger
until the material is flowing
freely through the spray gun.
Note: Motor will cycle ON and
OFF while spraying to regulate
pressure. This is normal.
6. Release the trigger and lock
the spray gun.
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4. Practice
Spraying
Start
Tip:
Trigger gun after starting the
stroke. Release the trigger
before ending the stroke. The
spray gun should be moving
when the trigger is pulled and
released. Overlap each stroke
by about 30%. This will ensure
an even coating.
You will need:
• Scrap material / cardboard
Notes:
If the spray pattern becomes distorted or
stops completely while the gun is triggered,
follow any or all the procedures listed on
pages 12-14.
If you plan to be away from your spray
project for more than one hour, follow the
Short Term Storage instructions on page 15.
If you have difficulty achieving a good spray
pattern, your spray tip and gun filter may
not be ideal for the type of material you are
spraying. Refer to the chart below and on
page 75.
Spray
Tip
Size
411
511
513
415
515
Spray
Material
Red
Thin stains, Minimum
sealers
Yellow
Thick latex
paints,
stains
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Hold the Spray Gun Level
correct
incorrect
Initial
Pressure
Setting
Filter
Color
413
Practice on a piece of scrap material/cardboard
Maximum
10” - 12” 10” - 12”
(25 - 30 cm)
(25 - 30 cm)
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Spray Technique
Tip:
correct
Flex your wrist as
you move in order to
keep gun parallel to
the surface
correct
inCorrect
Start
stroke
Pull
trigger
Move
steadily
Release
trigger
End
stroke
Spray Pattern
Overlap Your Strokes
GOOD SPRAY PATTERN
BAD SPRAY PATTERN: TAILING
correct
8” - 10”
(20 - 25 cm)
!
See page 12-14
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Spraying
Troubleshooting -
1
2
Clear the
Spray Tip
Start
Note: If spray tip is difficult
to rotate, relieve pressure
by 1) slowly turn PRIME/
SPRAY knob to PRIME, 2)
unlock the spray gun and
3) squeeze trigger while
pointing at scrap material/
cardboard. Release
trigger, lock the spray gun,
and try rotating spray tip
again.
You will need:
• Scrap material / cardboard
Do not attempt to unclog or
clean the tip with your finger.
High pressure fluid can cause
injection injury.
1. Lock the spray gun.
3
3. Make sure the PRIME/SPRAY
knob is turned to SPRAY minimum pressure.
Unlock the spray gun.
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2. Rotate reversible spray tip 180 degrees
to clean position (arrow pointing
toward the rear of the spray gun).
4
5
4. Point at a piece of scrap material / cardboard and squeeze trigger until material
comes out in a high pressure stream.
Release the trigger and lock the spray
gun.
5. Reverse the spray tip so
the arrow points forward.
Unlock the spray gun and
resume spraying.
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Spraying
Troubleshooting Clean the Spray
Gun Filter
Start
•
•
•
•
1
2
3
PRIME
You will need:
Wrench
Warm, soapy water for latex material
Mineral spirits for oil based materials
Replacement spray gun filter (if necessary)
important: Never clean the filter by
poking it with a sharp object.
(a)
1. Peform the Pressure
Relief Procedure, page 7.
2. Pull trigger guard
from filter housing.
3. Tighten the wrench over the
wrench flats (a). Unscrew the
filter housing using a wrench.
Note: You DO NOT need to
remove the spray hose from the gun
to clean the filter.
4
4. Remove the filter from the
housing. Clean with appropriate
cleaning solution (warm, soapy
water for latex materials; mineral
spirits for oil-based materials).
5
6
6. Replace cleaned filter, tapered
end first, into the gun housing.
5. Inspect the filter for
damage. Replace if any
holes or tears are found.
7
7. Reassemble the spray gun.
Note: It is important to place tapered
end first to ensure proper sprayer
operation.
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Spraying
Troubleshooting Clean the
Inlet Filter
Start
1
2
3
PRIME
Emptying the hopper:
important: You will need to remove
the hopper to complete the steps on this
page. The hopper will not stand on its own
when removed. Make sure it is empty of all
liquids before setting it down.
The hopper can be heavy when
filled with spraying material. Make
sure to lift with your legs and not
your back in order to reduce the
risk of injury.
important: Make sure your floors and
furnishings are covered with drop cloths to
prevent accidental drips.
You will need:
1. Peform the Pressure
Relief Procedure,
page 7.
2. Pull the return tube
from the rear of the
hopper lid.
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3. Grab hopper by the side handles and gently
pull it out (see the “Start” comments on the
left side of this page). Empty the hopper of all
spraying material.
Clean any remaining material residue inside
the hopper with the appropriate cleaning
solution. The hopper must be completely dry.
5
6
• Warm, soapy water for latex material
• Mineral spirits for oil based materials
Note: If after having completed all
of the steps on this page you are still
experiencing problems spraying, refer to the
Troubleshooting page (page 22).
(d)
(c)
OR
(b)
(a)
MINERAL
SPIRITS
4. Unscrew the hopper outlet (a).
The valve stem (b), spring (c) and
inlet filter (d) will come out with the
hopper outlet.
Remove the inlet filter from the
hopper outlet, being careful not to
lose the spring or stem.
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5. Clean the inlet filter using the
appropriate cleaning solution
(warm, soapy water with latex
paints, mineral spirits with oilbased paints or stains).
(e)
6. Place the inlet filter back over the
valve stem/spring and into the
hopper outlet. Thread the hopper
outlet back into the bottom of the
hopper.
Lubricate the hopper outlet
O-rings (e) with petroleum jelly.
Resume spraying (follow steps
on pages 8-9)
Short Term
Storage
Start
•
•
•
•
Shutdown
1
2
3
PRIME
You will need:
OR
Water
Plastic bag or bucket
Rags
Stir stick
This procedure should be used when taking
a short term break or when ending your
project for the day. If your break is longer
than 16 hours follow Cleanup instructions,
page 16.
Instructions are for latex
materials only
Note: If using oil based material follow
instructions for Cleanup on page 16.
1. Peform the Pressure Relief
Procedure, page 7.
2. Place spray gun in plastic
bag or immerse into bucket of
water.
Startup
1
2
3. Pour 1/2 cup water slowly on
the top of the paint to prevent
the paint from drying. Replace
hopper lid.
Place the entire spraying
system out of the sun.
3
Page 9
1. Remove the spray gun from
the plastic bag or the water.
15
2. If water was added during
shut down, stir water into
material with the stir stick.
3. Follow Getting Material to
Flow instructions, page 9.
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Cleanup
MINERAL
SPIRITS
Start
or
Cleaning notes - read
before cleaning
• When using latex material, clean
sprayer and components with warm,
soapy water. For oil based material use
mineral spirits. Never use mineral spirits
with latex materials
• NEVER use gasoline to clean sprayer
• Dispose of used cleaning solution
properly
• Thorough cleaning and lubrication of
sprayer is important to ensure proper
operation after storage
• If you flush your sprayer with mineral
spirits, repeat Cleanup instructions using
warm, soapy water.
Follow these steps whenever cleaning with
mineral spirits:
• If spraying or cleaning with oil-based
materials, the spray gun must be
grounded while preparing the spray hose
or cleaning.
• Ground the gun by holding it against the
edge of a metal container while purging.
Failure to do so may lead to a static
electric discharge which may cause a
fire.
• Always flush spray gun at least one hose
length from spray pump.
• If collecting flushed solvent in one gallon
metal container, place it into an empty
five gallon container, then flush.
• Area must be free from vapors.
• Follow all cleanup instructions.
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You will need:
• Warm, soapy water for latex material
• Mineral spirits if using oil-based material
• Empty waste container
1
2
PRIME
1. Perform Pressure Relief Procedure
(page 7).
3
2. Remove the spray tip and place into an
empty waste container.
4
3. Pull the return tube from the rear of the
hopper lid.
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4. Remove the hopper (see “Emptying the
Hopper”, page 14).
5
6
7
8
PRIME
(a)
OR
ON
l
MINERAL
SPIRITS
5. Empty the hopper of spraying
material.
While removed, rinse the hopper with
the appropriate cleaning solution
until clean.
9
6. Replace the hopper and return
tube (a).
Fill the hopper with appropriate
cleaning solution.
7. Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to
PRIME.
Turn the pump ON.
Let the pump run for a few minutes,
and leave pump running for next
steps.
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O
8. Point the spray gun at the side of a
waste container.
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PRIME
Note: If you flushed the sprayer with
mineral spirits repeat the steps on this
page using warm, soapy water.
9. While squeezing the trigger, turn the
PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY MINIMUM PRESSURE.
11. Perform Pressure Relief
Procedure, page 7.
10. Continue squeezing the trigger until
fluid is coming out clear.
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Move on to Cleaning the Gun
Components, page 18.
English
Cleaning the
Spray Gun
Components
Start
•
•
•
•
•
1
2
3
PRIME
You will need:
Soft bristled brush
Multi-purpose oil
Warm, soapy water if using latex material
Mineral spirits for oil based material
Wrench
(a)
1. Peform the Pressure
Relief Procedure, page 7.
4
5
2. Pull trigger guard to separate
from filter housing and unscrew
housing using a wrench.
Note: Tighten the wrench over the
wrench flats (a).
6
3. Remove filter from spray gun.
Clean spray tip and filter with soft
bristled brush and appropriate
cleaning solution.
7
MULTI-PURPOSE
OIL
4. Pour a few drops of multipurpose oil inside gun housing.
English
5. Install gun filter taperedend first. Reassemble
spray gun.
6. Install spray tip with arrow
pointing towards front of
spray guard tip.
18
7. Install spray tip and guard
assembly.
Move on to Long Term
Storage, page 20.
Long Term
Storage
Start
1
2
(b)
You will need:
important: Store the
unit indoors with the
power cord safe from
damage.
MULTI-PURPOSE
OIL
• Multi-purpose oil
• Rags
• Adjustable wrench (2)
(a)
MULTI-PURPOSE
OIL
1. Remove the hopper.
2. Remove the hose from the
spray hose port.
Hold the outlet valve (a) with an
adjustable wrench and remove
the hose with the other.
4
5
3. Pour approximately 2 ounces of multipurpose oil into the inlet valve (b).
6
ON
l
5 SECONDS
l
4. Cover the outlet valve with a rag.
Turn power ON and let the pump run
for five seconds.
3
19
OFF
O
O
5. Turn power OFF.
6. Replace the hopper.
Wipe entire unit, hose, and spray
gun to remove accumulated spray
material.
English
Cleaning or
Replacing
Outlet Valve
Start
•
•
•
•
1
You will need:
Wrench
Rag
Warm, soapy water if using latex material
Mineral spirits for oil based material
Replacement of the outlet valve may
be necessary if spray performance
remains poor after following steps in the
Troubleshooting section. Replacement
valves can be ordered by calling the
customer service number found on page 4
1. Unscrew outlet valve from outlet valve housing using a
wrench.
2. Remove any accumulated material inside outlet valve
housing using appropriate solution for material being used.
3. Replace with new outlet valve and tighten with wrench.
English
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Cleaning or
Replacing
Inlet Valve
Start
•
•
•
•
You will need:
Ratchet, ratchet extension, 5/8” socket
Multi-Purpose Oil
Warm, soapy water if using latex material
Mineral spirits for oil-based materials
1-4
Ratchet
Ratchet
extension
5/8”
socket
Inlet valve tool
Plastic ring
Inlet sleeve
Inlet sleeve
O-ring
Seal
Note: You will need to attach the inlet valve
tool to a ratchet extension with a 5/8” socket in
order to remove the inlet valve.
Cleaning or replacing the inlet valve
may be necessary if spray performance
remains poor after following steps in
the Troubleshooting section. Problems
with the inlet valve are usually caused by
improper cleaning or storage. Replacement
kits may be ordered by calling the
customer service number found on page 4
5-10
Ratchet
Ratchet
extension
5/8”
socket
Inlet valve tool
1. Remove the hopper.
2. Insert the inlet valve tool (attached
to 5/8” socket, ratchet extension and
ratchet) into the inlet valve area.
3. Twist counter-clockwise and remove
the inlet sleeve and plastic ring from
its housing.
4. Inspect the threads on the inlet
sleeve and the inlet sleeve O-ring.
Remove any accumulated paint.
5. Insert the inlet valve tool (attached
to 5/8” socket, ratchet extension and
ratchet) into the inlet valve fitting.
Using the ratchet and socket, twist
counter-clockwise and remove from
its housing.
6. Retrieve the inlet valve and the inlet
valve O-ring from the inlet valve
housing. Clean or replace and
lubricate the O-ring with a MultiPurpose oil.
7. Set the inlet valve O-ring back into
the housing and set the inlet valve on
top of it.
8. Replace the inlet fitting into the
housing. Tighten with the inlet valve
tool and ratchet.
9. Replace the seal. Place the inlet
sleeve O-ring onto the inlet valve
fitting and replace the inlet sleeve by
twisting it clockwise.
10. Replace the hopper.
Inlet valve
fitting
Inlet valve
Inlet valve
o-ring
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English
Troubleshooting
Before servicing, always release system
pressure by following Pressure Relief
Procedure (page 7).
Problem A: The sprayer does not start
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Cause
Sprayer is not plugged in
ON/OFF switch is set to OFF
The sprayer shuts off while under pressure
No voltage is coming from wall plug
The extension cord is damaged or has too low a capacity
There is a problem with sprayer motor
Solution
Plug sprayer in
Turn ON/OFF switch to ON
Motor will cycle ON and OFF while spraying to regulate pressure. This is normal.
Test the power supply voltage
Replace extension cord
Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center
Problem B: The sprayer starts but does not draw material when the PRIME/SPRAY knob is set to PRIME
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cause
The sprayer will not prime properly or has lost prime
The hopper is empty
The inlet filter is clogged
The inlet valve is stuck
5.
6.
7.
The outlet valve is stuck
The inlet valve is worn or damaged
The PRIME/SPRAY valve is plugged
Solution
Refer to Getting Material to Flow section see page 9
Refer to Load Material and Getting Material to Flow sections see pages 8-9
Refer to Clean the Inlet Filter see page 14
Inlet may be stuck from old material. Remove inlet filter and insert inlet valve pusher tool
into inlet valve. If still stuck refer to Clean the Inlet Filter see page 14 or Replace the
Inlet Valve see page 21 *
Refer to Replacing Outlet Valve see page 20
Refer to Cleaning or Replacing Inlet Valve see page 21 *
Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center
Problem C: The sprayer draws up material but the pressure drops when the gun is triggered (bad spray pattern)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Cause
Pressure too low
The spray tip is worn
The inlet filter is clogged
The spray tip is plugged
The spray gun filter is clogged
The material is too heavy or coarse
The outlet valve assembly is dirty or worn
The inlet valve assembly is damaged or worn
Solution
Turn PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY - maximum pressure
Replace spray tip with a new one**
Refer to Clean the Inlet Filter see page 14
Refer to Clear the Spray Tip see page 12
Refer Clean the Spray Gun Filter see page 13. Keep extra filters on hand
Thin or strain the material
Refer to Replacing Outlet Valve see page 20*
Refer to Clean or Replace Inlet Valve see page 21 *
Problem D: The PRIME/SPRAY knob is set to SPRAY and there is flow through the material return tube
1.
Cause
The PRIME/SPRAY valve is dirty or worn
English
Solution
Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center
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Problem E: The spray gun leaks
1.
2.
Cause
Gun filter housing is loose
Internal parts of spray gun are worn or dirty
Solution
Tighten handle
Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center
Problem F: The spray tip assembly leaks
1.
2.
Cause
The spray tip was assembled incorrectly
Gun seal is worn
Solution
Check tip assembly and assemble properly see page 18, steps 6-7
Replace the seal*
Problem G: The spray gun will not spray
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cause
The spray tip plugged
The spray gun filter is clogged
The spray tip is in CLEAN position
PRIME/SPRAY knob not set on SPRAY
Solution
Refer to Clear the Spray Tip see page 12
Refer to Clean the Spray Gun Filter see page 13. Keep extra filters on hand
Rotate spray tip to SPRAY position see page 12
Turn PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY see page 9 Getting Material to Flow
Problem H: The spray pattern is poor (tailing)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Cause
Pressure too low
The spray tip is plugged
The inlet filter is clogged
The spray gun filter is clogged
The spray tip is worn
The material is too thick
Pressure loss
Solution
Turn PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY - maximum pressure
Refer to Clear the Spray Tip see page 12
Refer to Clean the Inlet Filter see page 14
Refer to Clean the Spray Gun Filter see page 13. Keep extra filters on hand
Replace the spray tip
Thin material using appropriate thinning solution
Refer to Causes and Solutions for Problem C
Problem I: The spray tip will not turn
1.
Cause
High pressure has locked the spray tip in place
Solution
Refer to Clear the Spray Tip see page 12
* Special repair kits with instructions are available for these procedures. Refer to the Maintenance section of this manual for a list of the kits and their part numbers
** Additional parts are available for this procedure. Refer to the Parts List (page 74) section of this manual for a list of the parts and their part numbers
Daily Maintenance
The only daily maintenance necessary is thorough cleaning. Follow the cleaning procedures in this manual.
Extended Maintenance
Kit Part #
Description
Some pump parts eventually wear out from use and must be replaced.
The following is a list of available repair kits. Pump performance is the only
reliable indicator of when to replace wear parts. Refer to the Troubleshooting
section for more information on when to use these kits
0515939
0515940
0501014
Inlet valve kit
Outlet valve kit
Saddle seat/seal kit
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English
Parts List • Liste de Pièces • Lista de piezas
Sprayer • Pulvérisateur • Rociador
1
8
2
4
5
7
3
English
Français
Español
6
72
Item
Article
Articulo
1
Part No.
No de piéce
Pieza No.
Français - Description
Español - Descripción
Hopper lid
Couvercle de trémie
Tapa de la tolva
1
3
0504139
Hopper assembly
Ensemble de trémie
Ensamblaje de la tolva
1
0515940
Outlet valve
Soupape de sortie
Válvula de salida
1
4
0504220
Inlet valve removal tool
Outil pour soupape d’entrée
1
5
Herramienta para desmontar la válvula
de entrada
0515646
Inlet valve pusher tool
Poussoir pour soupape d’entrée
1
6
Herramienta impulsora de válvula
deentrada
0515939
Inlet valve kit
Trousse de joint de soupape d’entrée
Juego de sellos para la válvula de
entrada
1
2
0515500A
English - Description
Quantity
Quantite
Cantidad
7
0504811
Warning label
Étiquette d’avertissement
Etiqueta de advertencia
1
8
0291002
Spray hose
Flexible de pulvérisation
Manguera de rociadora
1
This unit contains no servicable electrical parts. Do not attempt to
service yourself. Store the unit indoors with the power cord safe
from damage.
Cet appareil n’a aucune pièce électrique utilisable. Ne tentez pas
d’effectuer vous-même l’entretien. Entreposez l’unité à l’intérieur
avec le cordon de secteur à l’abri des dommages.
Esta unidad no contiene piezas eléctricas que se puedan reparar.
No intente repararlas personalmente. Guarde la unidad en
interiores con el cable de alimentación a salvo de daños.
73
Español
Español Français
English
Parts List • Liste de Pièces • Lista de piezas
Spray Gun • Pistolet • Pistola
3
1
5
6
2
4
Item
Article
Articulo
Part No.
No de piéce
Pieza No.
2
0501011
Guard assembly
Protège-embout
Ensamblaje de protección
1
0501515
Tip, 515
Buse, 515
Boquilla, 515
1
3
0515229
Pistolet et ses composants (incluis les
articles 3-6)
Ensamblaje de la pistola (incluye
articulos 3-6)
1
4
Complete gun assembly (Includes
items 3-6)
0154675
Filter, 100 mesh (yellow, 2 pack)
Filtre, maille 100 (jaune, trousse de 2)
Filtro, malla 100 (amarillo, juego de 2)
1
0515228
Seal
Joint d’etanchéite
Sello
1
Filter housing
Logement de filtre
Alojamiento de filtro
1
1
5
6
------
English
English - Description
Français
Español
Français - Description
74
Español - Descripción
Quantity
Quantite
Cantidad
Tip/Filter Accessories • Accessoires de buse/filtre • Accesorios de punta/filtro
English - All spray tips and filters listed below are sold separately.
Spray Tip
Part No.
Tip Size*
0501411
411
0501511
511
0501413
413
0501513
513
0501415
415
0501515
515
Spray Gun filters
Part No.
Filter Type
Filter Color
0154918
Extrafine
Red
0154675
Fine
Yellow
Spray Material
Initial Pressure Setting
Thin stains, sealers
Minimum
Thick latex paints, stains
Maximum
*
Français - Tous les buses de pulvérisation et de filtres ci-dessous sont vendues séparément.
Buse
No de piéce
Dimension*
0501411
411
0501511
511
0501413
413
0501513
513
0501415
415
0501515
515
Filtre
Matière liquide à
pulvériser
Initial pression
No de piéce
Type de filtre Couleur
0154918
Extra-fin
Rouge
Matière liquide à pulvériser
moins épaisse
Minimale
0154675
Fin
Jaune
Matière liquide plus
épaisse
Maximale
Español - Todas las puntas y los filtros de rociado se enumeran a continuación se venden por separado.
Punta
Pieza No.
Tamaño*
0501411
411
0501511
511
0501413
413
0501513
513
0501415
415
0501515
515
Filtro
Pieza No.
Tipo de filtro Color
0154918
Extrafino
Rojo
0154675
Fino
Amarillo
Materiales que se
pulverizan
Configuración inicial de
presión
Materiales que se
pulverizan de menor
densidad
Mínima
Materiales más densos
Máxima
75
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Español Français
English
Limited Warranty
GARANTIE LIMITÉE
GARANTÍA LIMITADA
AIRLESS PAINT SPRAY EQUIPMENT
MATÉRIEL DE PULVÉRISATION DE PEINTURE SANS AIR
EQUIPO DE ATOMIZACIÓN DE PINTURA SIN AIRE
This product, manufactured by Wagner Spray Tech
Corporation (Wagner), is warranted to the original retail
purchaser against defects in material and workmanship for
one year from date of purchase.
Ce produit, fabriqué par Wagner Spray Tech Corporation
(Wagner), est garanti, au bénéfice de l’acheteur au détail
d’origine, contre tout vice de matières et toute malfaçon pour
un an à compter de la date d’achat.
Este producto, fabricado por Wagner Spray Tech Corporation
(Wagner), está garantizado ante el comprador original contra
defectos de materiales y mano de obra durante un año
contado a partir de la fecha de compra.
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. This warranty does not apply to
accessories.
La présente garantie ne s’applique pas aux dégâts entraînés
par une utilisation incorrecte, par la négligence de l’usager
ou par l’usure normale. La présente garantie ne s’applique
pas non plus aux défectuosités ou dommages résultant
de l’entretien ou de la réparation que fait une personne
quelconque qui ne soit pas membre d’un centre d’entretien
autorisé pour les produits Wagner. La présente garantie ne
s’applique pas aux accessoires.
Esta garantía no cubre los daños que sean resultado de un
uso inapropiado, accidentes, negligencia del usuario o un
desgaste normal. Esta garantía no cubre ningún defecto o
daño que haya sido causado por los servicios o reparaciones
llevadas a cabo por alguien que no sea un técnico del Centro
de Servicio Autorizado de Wagner. Esta garantía no es válida
para ningún accesorio.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED
TO ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. 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 FROM BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY
OR ANY OTHER REASON.
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. (Service Center listing 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.
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.
TOUTE GARANTIE IMPLICITE DE VENDABILITÉ OU DE
CONVENANCE À UNE DESTINATION PARTICULIÈRE EST
LIMITÉE À UN AN À COMPTER DE LA DATE D’ACHAT.
dans le cas de location ou autres applications
professionnelles, cette garantie se limite À 30
JOURS À PARTIR DE LA DATE D’ACHAT.
CUALQUIER GARANTIA IMPLICITA DE
COMERCIALIZACION O IDONEIDAD PARA CUALQUIER
PROPOSITO EN PARTICULAR QUEDA LIMITADA A UN
AÑO A PARTIR DE LA FECHA DE COMPRA. SI SE LE
DA USO PROFESIONAL Y DE RENTA, ESTA GARANTÍA
TIENE UNA DURACIÓN DE 30 DÍAS A PARTIR DE LA
FECHA DE COMPRA.
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.
WAGNER NO SERÁ EN NINGÚN CASO RESPONSABLE
DE NINGÚN DAÑO INCIDENTAL O DE CONSECUENCIA
DE NINGUNA CLASE, QUE RESULTE DE VIOLAR ESTA
GARANTÍA O POR CUALQUIER OTRA RAZÓN.
Si un produit est défectueux en ce qui concerne les
matériaux ou l’exécution pendant la période de garantie
applicable, vous devez le retourner, avec une preuve d’achat
et frais de port payés, à n’importe quel centre d’entretien
autorisé pour les produits Wagner. (Une liste de ces centres
d’entretien est jointe à ce produit.) Le centre d’entretien
autorisé pour les produits Wagner réparera ou remplacera le
produit (à la discrétion de Wagner) et vous le retournera par
la poste, avec frais de port payés.
Si algún producto llegara a tener defectos de material
y/o mano de obra durante el período de validez de la
garantía, devuélvalo junto con el comprobante de compra
y flete previamente pagado, a cualquier Centro de Servicio
Autorizado de Wagner. (La lista de Centros de Servicio viene
adjunta con este producto.) El Centro de Servicio Autorizado
de Wagner reparará o reemplazará el producto (según la
opción de Wagner) y se lo devolverá, con porte previamente
pagado.
LE PRÉSENTE GARANTIE VOUS ACCORDE DES DROITS
JURIDIQUES SPÉCIFIQUES, ET VOUS AVEZ PEUT-ÊTRE
D’AUTRES DROITS, QUI PEUVENT VARIER D’UNE
PROVINCE À L’AUTRE.
ESTA GARANTÍA LE CONCEDE DERECHOS LEGALES
ESPECÍFICOS, PERO USTED PODRÍA TENER DERECHO
A OTROS, LOS CUALES VARÍAN DE UN ESTADO A
OTRO.
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RESTRICTIONS SUR LA DURÉE D’UNE GARANTIE
IMPLICITE OU L’EXCLUSION DES DOMMAGES
ACCESSOIRES OU INDIRECTS. IL SE PEUT DONC QUE
LA RESTRICTION ET L’EXCLUSION ÉNONCÉES CIDESSUS NE S’APPLIQUENT PAS À VOUS.
ALGUNOS ESTADOS NO PERMITEN LIMITACIONES EN
CUANTO A LA DURACIÓN DE UNA GARANTÍA IMPLÍCITA
O LA EXCLUSIÓN DE DAÑOS INCIDENTALES O DE
CONSECUENCIA, DE MANERA QUE LA LIMITACIÓN Y
EXCLUSIÓN ANTERIORES PODRÍAN NO SER VÁLIDAS
PARA USTED.
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