Using the Wagner Paint Crew

Using the Wagner Paint Crew
Owner’s Manual
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Contents
Before You Start
2 Important Safety Information
4 What’s in the Box
5 Assemble Your Wagner Paint Crew
Using the Wagner Paint Crew
6 Proper Use and Functions
7 Pressure Relief Procedure
8 Load Material
9 Getting Material to Flow Prior to
Spraying
10 Practice Spraying
Tips if Experiencing Spray Issues
12 Common Solutions to Spraying Issues
13 Clear the Spray Tip
14 Clean the Inlet Filter
15 Clean the Spray Gun Filter
Cleanup and Storage
16 Shut Down and Short Term Storage
17 Startup From Short Term Storage
18 Flush Material from Sprayer
19 Clean the Hopper
20 Clean Spray Gun Components
21 Long Term Storage
Troubleshooting
22 Fix Spraying Problems
24 Replacing Outlet Valve
24 Cleaning or Replacing Inlet Valve
Parts List
74 Parts and Accessories for Your Paint
Crew
Warranty
75 Limited Warranty for Your Paint Crew
0708 • Form
No. 0504945A
Before You Start
to PRIME to relieve the pressure. Refer to the
Pressure Relief Procedure (page 7) described in the
pump manual.
Important Safety
Information
•ALWAYS keep the tip guard in place while spraying.
The tip guard provides some protection but is mainly
a warning device.
•ALWAYS remove the spray tip before flushing or
cleaning the system.
Read all safety information before operating the
equipment. Save these instructions
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.
Indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
•Paint hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking
and abuse. A leak can inject material into the skin.
Inspect the hose before each use. Do not use hose
to lift or pull equipment.
•NEVER use a spray gun without a working trigger
lock and trigger guard in place.
•All accessories must be rated at or above 2800
PSI/193 BAR. This includes spray tips, guns,
extensions, and hose.
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
HAZARD: Injection injury
A high pressure paint stream produced by this
equipment can pierce the skin and
underlying tissues, leading to serious
injury and possible amputation. See a
physician immediately.
DO NOT TREAT AN INJECTION
INJURY AS A SIMPLE CUT! Injection can lead to
amputation. See a physician immediately.
The maximum operating range of the gun is 2800
PSI/193 BAR fluid pressure.
PREVENTION:
•NEVER aim the gun at any part of the body.
•Do not aim the gun at, or spray any person or
animal.
•NEVER allow any part of the body to touch the fluid
stream. DO NOT allow body to touch a leak in the
fluid hose.
•NEVER put your hand in front of the gun. Gloves
will not provide protection against an injection injury.
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.
HAZARD: HAZARDOUS VAPORS
Solvent and paint fumes can explode or
ignite. Property damage and/or severe
injury can occur.
PREVENTION:
•Provide extensive exhaust and fresh
air introduction to keep the air within
the spray area free from accumulation
of flammable vapors. Solvent and
paint fumes can explode or ignite.
•Do not spray in a confined area.
•Avoid all ignition sources such as static electric
sparks, open flames, pilot lights, electrical
appliances, and hot objects. Connecting or
disconnecting power cords or working light switches
can make sparks. Paint or solvent flowing through
the equipment is able to result in static electricity.
•Do not smoke in spray area.
•Fire extinguisher must be present and in good
working order.
•Place paint pump in a well-ventilated area away
from the spray object. Flammable vapors are often
heavier than air. Floor area must be extremely well
ventilated.
•The equipment and objects in and around the spray
area must be properly grounded to prevent static
sparks.
Paints, solvents, insecticides, and other materials
can be harmful if inhaled or come in
contact with the body. Vapors can
cause severe nausea, fainting, or
poisoning.
•Keep area clean and free of paint or solvent
containers, rags and other flammable materials.
PREVENTION:
•Power cord must be connected to a grounded
circuit.
•Use a respirator or mask if vapors can be inhaled.
Read all instructions supplied with the mask to be
sure it will provide the necessary protection.
•Wear protective eye wear.
•Wear protective clothing as required
by coating manufacturer.
•ALWAYS lock the gun trigger, shut the pump off,
and release all pressure before servicing, cleaning
the tip or guard, changing tip, or leaving unattended.
Pressure will not be released by turning off the
motor. The PRIME/SPRAY knob must be turned
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HAZARD: EXPLOSION OR FIRE
Before You Start • Important Safety Information
•Use only conductive or grounded high pressure
fluid hose. Gun must be grounded through hose
connections.
•Always flush unit into a separate metal container,
at low pump pressure, with spray tip removed.
Hold gun firmly against side of container to ground
container and prevent static sparks.
•Follow the material and solvent manufacturer’s
warnings and instructions. Know the contents of the
paints 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 manufacturer’s safety instructions.
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•This product may be used only with water-based
materials or materials with a minimum flash point of
70ºF (21ºC) for spraying or cleaning. Do not spray
or clean with materials having a flash point less
than 70ºF (21ºC), such as solvent based lacquers,
enamels, and/or stain blockers. Flash point is the
temperature at which a fluid can produce enough
vapors to ignite.
•Plastic can cause static sparks. Never hang plastic
to enclose a spray area. Do not use plastic drop
cloths when spraying flammable materials.
•Use lowest possible pressure to flush equipment.
•Do not spray onto pump assembly.
HAZARD: EXPLOSION HAZARD DUE TO
INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS
Will cause property damage or severe injury.
PREVENTION:
•Do not use materials containing
bleach or chlorine.
•Do not use halogenated
hydrocarbon solvents such as
bleach, mildewcide, methylene
chloride and 1,1,1 - trichloroethane.
They are not compatible with aluminum.
• Contact your coating supplier about the compatibility
of material with aluminum.
HAZARD: GENERAL
Can cause severe injury or property damage.
PREVENTION:
•Read all instructions and safety precautions before
operating equipment.
•Follow all appropriate local, state, and national
codes governing ventilation, fire prevention, and
operation.
•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.
•Use only manufacturer authorized parts. User
assumes all risks and liabilities when using parts
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that do not meet the minimum specifications and
safety requirements of the pump manufacturer.
•Before each use, check all hoses for cuts, leaks,
abrasion or bulging of cover. Check for damage or
movement of couplings. Immediately replace the
hose if any of these conditions exist. Never repair a
paint hose. Replace it with another grounded highpressure hose.
•All hoses and fittings must be secured before
operating spray pump. Unsecured parts can eject
at great force or leak a high pressure fluid stream
causing severe injury.
•All hoses, swivels, guns, and accessories must be
pressure rated at or above 2800 PSI/193 BAR.
•Do not spray outdoors on windy days.
•Wear clothing to keep paint off skin and hair.
•Do not operate or spray near children. Keep children
away from the equipment at all times.
•Do not overreach 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 unit when fatigued or under the
influence of drugs or alcohol.
Important Electrical Information
NOTICE
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.
Wagner Spray Tech accessory extension cords
recommended:
P/N 0090241 20 foot extension cord.
P/N 0090242 35 foot extension cord.
Cord gauge
Maximum cord length
12
150 feet
14
100 feet
Do not use more than 50 feet of spray hose. If
you need to spray further than 50 feet from your
power source, use more extension cord, not
more spray hose.
Grounding Instructions
This product must be grounded. In the event of an
electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of
electric shock by providing an escape wire for the
electric current. This product is equipped with a cord
having a grounding wire with an appropriate grounding
plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances.
warning - Improper installation of the
grounding plug can result in a risk of
electric shock.
If repair or replacement of the cord or plug
is necessary, do not connect the green
grounding wire to either flat blade terminal. The wire
with insulation having a green outer surface with or
without yellow stripes is the grounding wire and must
be connected to the grounding pin.
Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if the
grounding instructions are not completely understood,
or if you are in doubt as to whether the product is
properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided.
If the plug will not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
This product is for use on a nominal 120 volt
circuit and has a grounding plug that looks
like the plug illustrated below. Make sure that
the product is connected to an outlet having
the same configuration as the plug. No
adapter should be used with this product.
Grounded outlet
Grounded pin
Cover for grounded outlet box
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
Before You Start • Important Safety Information
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Before You Start
What’s in the Box?
The Spray Gun
Washer*
Spray
guard
The Paint Crew
Hopper Lid
Spray Tip
Assembly
Handle
Trigger
Lock
Saddle seat*
Spray tip
Inlet
Filter
Trigger
Fill Line
Hopper
* Saddle seat and washer come
pre-assembled inside spray guard
PRIME
SPRAY
Spray Hose Fitting
Material
Return
Tube
Spray Hose
Handle
Hardware
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Spray
Hose
Outlet
Questions?
ON/OFF Switch
Call Wagner Technical Service
1-800-328-8251
PRIME/SPRAY Knob
Inlet Valve Tool
Register your product online at:
www.wagnerspraytech.com
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Before You Start • What’s in the Box?
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Before You Start
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3
2. Insert handle
3. On each side of the handle install bolt and
tighten wing nut over lock washer
Assemble Your
Wagner Paint
Crew
Start
1 What you’ll need
• Phillips screwdriver
• Wrench (2)
Note: Do not plug in the
power cord until assembly is
complete.
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4
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5
THREAD
4. Thread one end of spray
hose to outlet valve on sprayer
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7
TIGHTEN
THREAD
5. Tighten with wrench
6. Thread other end of spray
hose to spray gun
Before You Start • Assemble Your Wagner Paint Crew
7. Hold spray gun with one wrench and tighten
hose nut with other wrench
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Using the Wagner Paint Crew
Controls and Functions
Specifications
Spray Hose: The spray hose
connects the spray gun to the
pump
PRIME/SPRAY Knob: The
PRIME/SPRAY knob directs
material to the material return
tube when set to PRIME (figure
A) or to spray hose when set to
SPRAY (figure B)
Spray Gun: The spray gun
controls the delivery of material
being pumped
PRIME
ON/OFF Switch: The ON/
OFF switch turns power
to sprayer on and off
(O=OFF,|=ON)
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Material Return Tube:
Fluid is sent back out through
the return tube and into the
hopper when the PRIME/
SPRAY knob is in the PRIME
position
PRIME
Weight��������������������������������������25 lbs
SPRAY
Proper Use and
Functions
Capacity�����������������������������������2 gallon hopper
Power source���������������������������½ Hp universal motor
Power requirement ������������������15 amp minimum circuit on
120 VAC, 60 Hz current
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)
Figure A.
Generator ��������������������������������8000 Watt
SPRAY
Max. spraying pressure������������2800 PSI
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
Figure B.
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Using the Wagner Paint Crew • Proper Use and Functions
Spray gun trigger lock and pressure diffuser; builtin tip safety guard; PRIME/SPRAY knob for safe
pressure release. Conforms to ULSTD 1450. Certified
to CAN/CSAC 22.2 NO 68-92
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Using the Wagner Paint Crew
Important Safety Warning
Pressure Relief
Procedure*
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 4-5.
See physician immediately and bring this
instruction manual.
* Perform when instructed
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Start
1 What you’ll need
•Waste bucket
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.
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OFF
2. Lock spray gun
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3. Turn power OFF
4. Turn knob to PRIME
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5. Unlock spray gun. Spray into a waste bucket
until pressure is relieved. Lock the spray gun
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1. Load
Material
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FILL
TO
LINE
PUSH
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Start
1 What you’ll need
•The material you plan to
spray
• Extension cord
•Waste container
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2. Push tab on filter twice to
test inlet valve operation
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ON
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3. Fill hopper TIP: If material
is old, strain when pouring
into hopper to help prevent
clogging when spraying
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6. Remove material return
tube from hopper
7. Hold tube over waste
container
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8. Turn power ON
9. Steady flow for 5 seconds
HOPPER LID
O O
OFF
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4. Plug in sprayer
5. Turn knob to PRIME
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10. Turn power OFF
11. Snap return tube back in
place
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12. Place hopper lid on
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Start
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2. Getting
Material to Flow
Prior to Spraying
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SQUEEZE
1 What you’ll need
•Scrap material/cardboard
•Drop cloths to protect floors and furnishings from
overspray
Special Note
Don’t let the hopper run empty. If the hopper runs
empty go to page 8 “Load Material” and page 9 “Getting Material to Flow “ and follow the steps as shown
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ON
5
2. Unlock spray gun by turning
trigger lock down
3. Point spray gun at piece of scrap material/
cardboard. Squeeze and hold trigger for steps
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SPRAY
LOCK
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4. Turn power ON
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5. Turn knob to SPRAY
6. Continue to squeeze trigger until the material
is flowing freely through spray gun
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7. Release trigger and lock
spray gun
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3. 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.
GOOD
JOB!
1 What you’ll need
•Scrap material/cardboard
Practice on a piece of scrap material/cardboard
Hold the Spray Gun Level
GOOD JOB!
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BAD
Using the Wagner Paint Crew • Practice Spraying
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Using the Wagner Paint Crew
Spray Technique
GOOD JOB!
Start
stroke
Pull
trigger
BAD
Move
steadily
Release
trigger
End
stroke
Spray Pattern
Overlap Your Strokes
GOOD SPRAY PATTERN
BAD SPRAY PATTERN: TAILING
!
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GOOD JOB!
See page 12
Using the Wagner Paint Crew • Practice Spraying
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Solutions if Experiencing Spray Issues
Common
Solutions to
Spraying Issues
Keep material flowing smoothly while
spraying
Straining material when loading hopper helps
minimize clogging
If experiencing issues with spray patterns
or if material isn’t flowing smoothly follow
instructions to clear the following:
Spray Tip
Inlet Filter
Spray Gun Filter
If using thicker material the tip may become
clogged. Follow Clear the Spray Tip Instructions
on page 13
The inlet filter located in
the hopper is more likely to
clog with thick material or if
something like a leaf gets in the
hopper, follow Clean the Inlet
Filter instructions on page 14
When using thicker material the filter may
become clogged follow Clean the Spray Gun
Filter instructions on page 15
If material isn’t flowing
properly after clearing
these things see
additional instructions in
the Fix Spraying Problems
section
Inlet Filter
Page 22
Spray Tip
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Filter
Solutions if Experiencing Spray Issues • While You Are Spraying
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Solutions if Experiencing Spray Issues
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4
Clear the
Spray Tip
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LOC
1 What you’ll need
•Scrap material/cardboard
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Do not attempt to unclog or
clean the tip with your finger.
High pressure fluid can
cause injection injury.
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OFF
Note: If spray tip is difficult
to rotate relieve pressure
by turning PRIME/SPRAY
knob to PRIME and squeeze
trigger while pointing at scrap
material/cardboard. Release
trigger and try rotating spray tip
again
2. Release trigger and lock
spray gun
3. Turn power OFF
4. Rotate reversible spray tip 180 degrees to
CLEAN position (arrow pointing toward rear of
spray gun)
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8
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8. Point at scrap material/cardboard and
squeeze trigger until material comes out in a
high pressure stream. Release trigger and lock
spray gun
9. Reverse spray tip so arrow
points forward and resume
spraying
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K
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5. Turn knob to SPRAY
6. Turn power ON
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7. Unlock spray gun
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Tips if Experiencing Spray Issues
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Clean
the Inlet
Filter
Start
important: Never clean
filter by poking with sharp
object.
The sprayer 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.
HANDLE
HANDLE
1 What you’ll need
•Original material container
•Warm, soapy water for latex
material
•Mineral spirits for oil based
materials
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2
Perform Pressure
Relief Procedure
Page 7
3. Empty material from hopper into original material container
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INLET FILTER
REPLACE
7. To resume painting follow:
Load Material and
Get Material to Flow
instructions
Page 8-9
4. Remove inlet filter from
hopper
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5. Clean inlet filter using appropriate cleaning
solution; warm, soapy water for latex material
and mineral spirits for oil based materials
6. Replace inlet filter
Tips if Experiencing Spray Issues • Clean the Inlet Filter
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Tips if Experiencing Spray Issues
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Clean the
Spray Gun
Filter
Start
important: Never clean
filter by poking with sharp
object.
1 What you’ll need
•Wrench
•Warm, soapy water for latex
material
•Mineral spirits for oil based
materials
•Replacement spray gun filter
(if necessary)
5
5. Remove filter from housing
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2
PULL
Perform Pressure
Relief Procedure
Page 7
3. Pull trigger guard to separate from filter
housing
4. Unscrew filter housing using
a wrench
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6. Clean with appropriate
cleaning solution for material
being used; warm, soapy water
for latex material and mineral
spirits for oil based material
7. Inspect
filter for
damage and
replace if rips
are found
8. Replace cleaned filter, tapered end first,
into gun housing. Note: It is important to place
tapered end first to ensure proper sprayer
operation
9. Reassemble spray gun
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Cleanup and Storage
2 Instructions are for latex material only
Shut Down
and Short Term
Storage
or
Note: If using oil based material follow instructions for
Cleanup and Storage on page 18
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 instructions for Cleanup and
Storage on page 18
MINERAL
SPIRITS
Perform Pressure Relief Procedure
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Start
1 What you’ll need
Page 7
•Water
•Plastic bag or bucket
•Rags
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5
6
5. If your break is more than an hour slowly pour
½ cup of water of paint in hopper. This helps
prevent paint from drying and causing possible
clogs
6. Place lid on hopper and keep sprayer out of
sun
HOPPER LID
OR
4. Place spray gun in plastic bag or immerse into bucket of water
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Cleanup and Storage • Shut Down and Short-Term Storage
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Cleanup and Storage
2
Startup from
Short Term
Storage
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OR
1 What you’ll need
•Stir stick
2. Remove spray gun from plastic bag or from bucket of water
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3. If water was added during shut down stir water into material
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Cleanup and Storage • Startup from Short-Term Storage
4. Steps for Getting Material to Flow (page 9)
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Cleanup and Storage
2
Start
or
• NEVER use gasoline to
clean sprayer
1 What you’ll need
• Warm, soapy water if using
latex material
• Mineral spirits if using oilbased material
• Waste container
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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3
HANDLE
Perform Pressure
Relief Procedure
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HANDLE
4
• 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
Flush Material From Sprayer
instructions using warmsoapy water
6
4. Remove spray tip and guard
and place in cleaning solution
8
5. Empty material from hopper into original
material container. Make sure to lift with your
legs and not your back to avoid injury.
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SQUEEZE
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6. Fill hopper with appropriate
cleaning solution
7. Point spray gun at side of
waste container
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SPIRITS
• 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
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From Sprayer
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Cleaning Notes
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8. Squeeze trigger
9. Turn power ON
10. Turn knob to SPRAY
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11. Continue squeezing trigger
until fluid is coming out clear.
Repeat as necessary
Cleanup and Storage • Clean the Sprayer
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12. Turn knob to PRIME and
squeeze trigger until pressure
is relieved. Release trigger, lock
spray gun, turn power OFF
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Cleanup and Storage
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3
2. Rinse hopper with appropriate cleaning
solution
3. Remove inlet filter and clean with appropriate cleaning solution.
Replace inlet filter in hopper
INLET
FILTER
Clean the Hopper
MINERAL
SPIRITS
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or
1 What you’ll need
• Warm, soapy water
• Mineral spirits if using oilbased material
• Rags
Do not allow any fluid to drip
onto the motor housing.
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2-3 MINUTES
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4. Partially fill hopper with
NEW cleaning solution
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5. Remove material return
tube from hopper
6. Hold tube over waste
container
7. Turn knob to PRIME
8. Turn power ON
Cleanup and Storage • Clean the Hopper
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9. Hold material return tube
over a waste container. Run for
2 to 3 minutes
10. Turn power OFF
11. Properly dispose of
cleaning solution in hopper
Note: If mineral spirits were
used to clean hopper repeat
clean hopper instructions using
warm, soapy water
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Cleanup and Storage
2
Clean
Spray Gun
Components
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4
Perform Pressure
Relief Procedure
HOUSEHOLD
OIL
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Filter
Start
1 What you’ll need
• Soft bristled brush
• Light household oil
• Warm, soapy water if using
latex material
• Mineral spirits for oil based
material
• Wrench
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3. Pull trigger guard to separate
from filter housing and unscrew
housing using a wrench
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4. Remove filter from spray gun
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7. Install gun filter tapered-end
first. Reassemble spray gun
8. Install spray tip with arrow
pointing towards front of spray
guard tip
9. Install spray tip and guard
assembly
OIL
HOUSEHOLD
OIL
5. Clean spray tip and filter
with soft bristled brush and
appropriate cleaning solution
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6. Pour a few drops of light
household oil inside gun
housing
Cleanup and Storage • Clean Spray Gun Components
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Cleanup and Storage
2
3
INLET
FILTER
Long Term
Storage
OIL
HOUSEHOLD
OIL
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HOUSEHOLD
OIL
1 What you’ll need
•Light household oil
•Rags
2. Remove inlet filter
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3. Pour approximately 2 ounces of light
household oil into inlet valve
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REPLACE
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OFF
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5 SECONDS
4. Cover outlet valve with a rag. Turn
power ON. Let run for 5 seconds
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5. Turn power OFF
6. Replace inlet filter
Cleanup and Storage • Long Term Storage
7. Wipe entire unit, hose and spray gun with
damp cloth to remove accumulated material
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Troubleshooting
Before servicing, always release system
pressure by following Pressure Relief
Procedure (page 7).
Fix Spraying Problems
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.
5.
Cause
The sprayer will not prime properly or has lost prime
The hopper is empty
The sprayer is not on level ground
The inlet filter is clogged
The inlet valve is stuck
6.
7.
8.
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
Relocate sprayer to level ground
Refer to Clean the Inlet Filter see page 14
Inlet may be stuck from old material. Push filter tab to release. If still stuck refer to Clean
the Inlet Filter see page 14 or Replace the Inlet Valve see page 24 *
Refer to Replacing Outlet Valve see page 24
Refer to Cleaning or Replacing Inlet Valve see page 24 *
Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center
Problem C: The sprayer draws up material but the pressure drops when the gun is triggered
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Cause
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
Replace spray tip with a new one**
Refer to Clean the Inlet Filter see page 14
Refer to Clear the Spray Tip see page 13
Refer Clean the Spray Gun Filter see page 15. Keep extra filters on hand
Thin or strain the material
Refer to Replacing Outlet Valve see page 24 *
Refer to Clean or Replace Inlet Valve see page 24 *
Troubleshooting • Fixing Spraying Problems
English
Troubleshooting
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
Solution
Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center
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 20, steps 8-9
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 13
Refer to Clean the Spray Gun Filter see page 15. Keep extra filters on hand
Rotate spray tip to SPRAY position see page 13, step 9
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.
Cause
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
Refer to Clear the Spray Tip see page 13
Refer to Clean the Inlet Filter see page 14
Refer to Clean the Spray Gun Filter see page 15. Keep extra filters on hand
Replace the spray tip
Thin material using appropriate thinning solution
Refer to Causes and Solutions for Problem C
* 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 Accessories (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
English
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
0515221
0515237
0501014
Troubleshooting • Fixing Spraying Problems
Inlet valve kit
Outlet valve kit
Saddle seat/seal kit
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Troubleshooting
Replacing Outlet Valve
Cleaning or Replacing Inlet Valve
Replacement of the outlet valve may be
necessary if spray performance remains
poor after following steps in the Fix
Spraying Problems section. Replacement
valves can be ordered by calling the customer
service number found on page 2
Cleaning or replacing the inlet valve may be necessary if
spray performance remains poor after following steps in
the Fix Spraying Problems 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 2
Start
1 What you’ll need
Start
1 What you’ll need
•Inlet valve tool
•Ratchet wrench, extension
•Household oil
•Warm, soapy water if using latex material
•Mineral spirits for oil based material
•Wrench
•Rag
•Warm, soapy water if using
latex material
•Mineral spirits for oil based
material
3
2
2
REMOVE
INLET VALVE TOOL
INLET VALVE
Inlet
fitting
O-ring
Inlet
fitting
O-ring
Inlet
fitting
Inlet
fitting
O-ring
Inlet
valve
Inlet
valve
O-ring
4. Inspect the three inlet fitting
O-rings and replace if worn. If
not replacing O-rings do not
remove them but clean with
appropriate cleaning solution
based on material being used.
Lubricate with light household oil
REMOVE
2. Unscrew outlet valve from outlet valve
housing using wrench
3. Remove any accumulated material inside
outlet valve housing using appropriate solution
for material being used
2. Remove inlet filter from
bottom of hopper
4. Replace with new outlet valve and tighten
with wrench
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Troubleshooting • Replace Outlet Valve
3. Attach inlet valve tool to
ratchet wrench extension.
Insert inlet valve tool into inlet
fitting. Turn counter-clockwise
and remove from housing
5. Place inlet valve O-ring in
housing and set inlet valve on
top of O-ring
6. Replace inlet fitting in house
and tighten with inlet valve tool
and ratchet wrench
English
Parts List • Liste de pièces • Lista de piezas
Parts and Accessories • Pièces et Accessoires • Piezas y Accesorios
Sprayer • Pulvérisateur • Rociador
1
2
7
9
3
8
4
5
Item
Article
Articulo
Part No.
No de piéce
Pieza No.
English - Description
Français - Description
Español - Descripción
Quantity
Quantite
Cantidad
1
0515223
Hopper lid
Couvercle de trémie
Tapa de tolva
1
2
0515297
Handle, upper
Poignée
Mango
1
3
0515225
Bolt, washer, and wing
nut kit
Trousse de boulon,
rondelle et écrou
Juego de perno,
rondana y tuerca
1
4
0515417
Inlet filter
Filtre d’entrée
Filtro de entrada
1
5
0515237
Outlet valve
Soupape de sortie
Válvula de salida
1
6
0515999
Feet
Supports
Soportes
4
7
0515226
Return tube / fitting
Tube de retour / raccord
Tubo de retorno /
conector
1
8
0515370
Inlet valve tool
Outil de soupape
d’entrée
Herramienta de válvula
de entrada
1
9
0515221
Inlet valve kit
Trousse de joint de
soupape d’entrée
Juego de sellos para la
válvula de entrada
1
Item
Article
Articulo
Part No.
No de piéce
Pieza No.
English - Description
Français - Description
Español - Descripción
1
0501011
Guard assembly
Protège-embout
Ensamblaje de
protección
1
2
0501413
Tip, 413
Buse, 413
Boquilla, 413
1
3
0515229
Complete gun assembly
Includes items 3,4,5,6
Pistolet et ses
composants (incluis les
articles 3-6)
Ensamblaje de la pistola
(incluye articulos 3-6)
1
4
0154675
Filter, 100 mesh (yellow,
2 pack)
Filtre, maille 100 (jaune,
trousse de 2)
Filtro, malla 100
(amarillo, juego de 2)
1
5
0515228
Seal
Joint d’etanchéite
Sello
1
6
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Filter housing
Logement de filtre
Alojamiento de filtro
1
6
Spray Gun • Pistolet • Pistola
3
6
5
6
1
2
4
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Quantity
Quantite
Cantidad
English
Warranty • Garantie • Garantía
Limited Warranty for Your Paint Crew 770
Limited Warranty
AIRLESS PAINT SPRAY EQUIPMENT
GARANTIE LIMITÉE
MATÉRIEL DE PULVÉRISATION DE PEINTURE SANS AIR
GARANTÍA LIMITADA
EQUIPO DE ATOMIZACIÓN DE PINTURA SIN AIRE
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.
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.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED TO
ONE YEAR 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.
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.
TOUTE GARANTIE IMPLICITE DE QUALITÉ MARCHANDE
OU D’ADAPTATION À UN USAGE PARTICULIER EST LIMITÉE
À UNE PÉRIODE DE 30 JOURS POUR UNE UTILISATION
PROFESSIONNELLE OU DE LOCATION ET D’UNE ANNÉE
POUR L’UTILISATION DOMESTIQUE, À COMPTER DE LA
DATE D’ACHAT.
TOUTE GARANTIE IMPLICITE DE VENDABILITÉ OU DE
CONVENANCE À UNE DESTINATION PARTICULIÈRE EST
LIMITÉE À UN AN À COMPTER DE LA DATE D’ACHAT.
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.
CERTAINES PROVINCES INTERDISENT LES
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 CI-DESSUS
NE S’APPLIQUENT PAS À VOUS.
LE PRÉSENTE GARANTIE VOUS ACCORDE DES DROITS
JURIDIQUES SPÉCIFIQUES, ET VOUS AVEZ PEUTÊTRE D’AUTRES DROITS, QUI PEUVENT VARIER D’UNE
PROVINCE À L’AUTRE.
English
Français
Español
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.
CUALQUIER GARANTIA IMPLICITA DE COMERCIALIZACION
O IDONEIDAD PARA CUALQUIER PROPOSITO EN
PARTICULAR QUEDA LIMITADA A UN AÑO A PARTIR DE LA
FECHA DE COMPRA.
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 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.
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.
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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