DUX Pressure Feed
Product Manual
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PRESSURE FEED
The DUX Pressure Feed
Patent Information
INSPIRED BY FORMULA THREE RACE CAR
The design and technology forming the basis of
ENGINES.
this product is the confidential information of DUX
After more than 5 years of research and
Technologies
development, DUX has reinvented the spray gun
from the inside out. By incorporating our
patented airflow technology originally used in
Formula
Three
race
car
engines,
we’ve
developed the most innovative breakthrough in
The
Inc.,a
Washington
relevant US Patent Numbers are:
6,793,157; US 6,425,533, and U.S. 7,004,404.
DUX Technologies Inc. may have additional
patents,
patent
applications,
covering subject matter
For the first time, finishers can spray nearly any
type of fluid, onto nearly any surface with a
single gun – while reducing coatings waste and
improving finish quality.
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agreement
in
this
document.
from
DUX
Technologies
Inc., this document does not grant you any
license to or rights in any such patents,
trademarks,
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spray gun technology in nearly 80 years.
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property.
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reserved.
connections near the tip of the gun. Over the
course of a long work day, the extra weight
causes arm fatigue and uneven spray patterns
that impact finish quality. The DUX Pressure
Feed gun, however, is designed with much
shorter air
passages, an upright handle, and
fluid and air connections located at the base of
the gun. This creates a lighter, more compact
and balanced gun that’s easier to maneuver in
DUX, DUX Technologies and DUX Pressure
Feed are either
registered
trademarks
trademarks of DUX Technologies Inc. in the
United States and/or other countries.
Manual Part No. 510001
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small spaces.
Lower operating pressures result in massive
Printed in the United States of America
reductions of unhealthy paint booth fog and
overspray. This drastically improves the work
environment for everyone involved.
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Table of Contents
Warnings .......................................................................................Page 3
Safety.............................................................................................Page 3
Quick Reference and Installation................................................Page 4
Operation.......................................................................................Page 5
Inlet Air Supply ...............................................................................Page 5
Spraying .........................................................................................Page 5
Fluid Control Knob..........................................................................Page 5
Fan Control Knob ...........................................................................Page 5
Troubleshooting ...........................................................................Page 6
Maintenance..................................................................................Page 7
Lubrication ......................................................................................Page 7
Fluid Tip Removal ..........................................................................Page 7
Fluid Packing Adjustment...............................................................Page 8
Fluid Packing Replacement............................................................Page 9
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Removal......................................................................Page 9
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Replacement...............................................................Page 9
Fluid Needle Replacement .............................................................Page 10
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Removal......................................................................Page 10
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Replacement...............................................................Page 10
Cleaning the Dux Pressure Feed ...................................................Page 11
Pressure Feed Exploded View ....................................................Page 12
Replacement Parts List................................................................Page 12
Technical Info ...............................................................................Page 13
Notes..............................................................................................Page 14
Warranty ........................................................................................Page 15
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!
WARNING
Coatings and solvents may be extremely flammable or combustible. Always use the equipment
in a properly ventilated area. Smoking must never be permitted in the spraying area. Make sure
that all ignition sources are well out of range and always keep fire extinguishing equipment in
the spraying area.
Some solvents may cause eye injury during operation and/or while cleaning the equipment.
Always wear eye protection when working with the equipment.
NEVER USE HALOGENATED HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS in or on this equipment. They
can adversely react with aluminum and cause fire and/or explosion. These materials include
but are not limited to, 1-1-1 Trichloroethane, Methylene Chloride, Dichloromethane, and Carbon Tetrachloride.
Some coatings and solvents may be harmful if there is contact with the skin or if inhaled.
Always make sure to read the MSDS supplied by the material manufacturer. Always use the
equipment in a properly ventilated area. If there is a chance of inhalation or contact with skin,
use protective gear such as a respirator and/or proper clothing as suggested by the MSDS.
Required Maintenance
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Clean equipment after each use
Lubricate spray gun before each use and/or after every cleaning
Do not submerge spray gun in solvent
Ensure proper handling of the gun at all times - damage due to dropping or mishandling of the
spray gun is not covered by the warranty
Ensure air and fluid hoses are properly connected
Do not apply air or fluid pressures above the maximum published inlet pressure
Problems resulting from any of the above-mentioned situations will jeopardize warranty
Pressure Feed Safety Information
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Use the equipment only for its intended purpose
Do not point spray gun at any part of body or place hands or fingers over spray tip
Inspect equipment for physical damage or loose fittings before each use
Shut off air and remove coating supply to spray gun before servicing
Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts
Do not alter or modify equipment
Do not use with improperly operating equipment
Always refer to the owner’s manual for proper operating instructions
Comply with all applicable safety regulations
Read all instruction manuals, tags, and labels before operating the equipment
Always read the MSDS supplied by the material manufacturer
Do not exceed 75psi/5.17 bar air or fluid inlet pressure
Equipment is not intended to be used with oxidizing materials
Do not use fluids at temperatures greater than 30º C/86º F
Do not use equipment in ambient temperatures greater than 40º C/104º F or less than 0º C/32º F
Always properly discharge static electricity prior to operating the equipment
Anti-static hoses must be used in potentially explosive atmospheres.
Always properly ground spray target and spray gun prior to use.
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Fan Control
Trigger Screw
Yoke
Air Cap
Fluid Tip
Fluid Control Knob
Trigger
Trigger
Air Valve
Fluid Inlet
Air Inlet
Set-up Guide
Step 1. Connect
fluid hose to fluid
inlet on spray gun.
Step 2. Tighten
fluid hose with a
wrench to prevent
fluid leakage.
Step 3. Connect air
hose to air inlet on
spray gun.
Step 4. Tighten air
hose with wrench to
prevent air leakage.
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Operation Guide
Inlet Air Supply
Connect a clean, dry air supply to the Pressure
Feed air inlet.
the optimum results are achieved, record the
setting for simple future setups.
Fluid Control Knob
Inlet Fluid Supply
Connect a regulated fluid line to the fluid inlet.
Spraying
Set the fluid control knob to 4A.
The micrometer markings on the fluid control
knob correspond to 0.1mm of needle travel
when the trigger is fully pulled (e.g., rotating
the control knob from A to B increases the
needle travel by 0.1mm). The micrometer
markings on the trigger yoke indicate 1.0mm
of needle travel (e.g., a micrometer setting of
1A equals 1.0mm of needle travel and a
setting of 2A indicates 2.0mm of needle
travel).
!
NOTE: Maximum needle travel is 4mm,
making settings beyond 4A unnecessary.
Needle travel/fluid flow is not increased
beyond this point.
Figure 1: Fluid Control Knob
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NOTE: A4 is the setting for maximum fluid
flow. If fluid flow is not sufficient at this setting,
increase the size of the fluid tip.
Proper operation of the DUX Pressure Feed
requires the trigger handle to be pulled fully to
the rear of the spray gun while spraying. This
ensures uniform spray patterns and consistent
mil thickness.
The size of the fluid tip ultimately controls total
fluid flow. The combination of a properly sized
fluid tip and the micrometer settings of the fluid
control knob allow for fast repeatable setups.
Fan Control Knob
The fan control knob is located on the top front
of the spray gun. This knob controls the
amount of air delivered to the horns of the air
cap to shape the spray pattern. The largest
fan pattern is achieved with the fan control
knob pointing toward the spray target. Spray
pattern size decreases as the knob is rotated
from the fully forward position. Minimum spray
pattern size is achieved with the fan control
knob pointed toward the rear of the spray gun.
Spray a test pattern and evaluate the setting.
Decrease the flow by turning the fluid control
knob clockwise until the desired results are
achieved. Unlike traditional spray guns, small
incremental adjustments of the DUX fluid control
knob have a significant impact on results. When
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Needle packing is too tight
1. Remove needle assembly
2. Insert screwdriver into rear of spray gun
3. Turn fluid seal nut counter clockwise 1/4 turn (refer
to page 8 for packing adjustment)
4. Lubricate needle
Coating leakage out
of rear of spray gun
Needle packing is too loose
1. Remove needle assembly
2. Insert screwdriver into rear of spray gun
3. Turn fluid seal nut clockwise 1/4 turn (refer to page
8 for packing adjustment)
4. Lubricate needle
Split pattern
1. Air pressure too high
2. Fluid flow too low
1. Reduce inlet air pressure
2. Turn fluid control knob counter-clockwise
Note: If setting is at 4A replace fluid tip with next
largest size
Heavy right or
left side pattern
Dirty or damaged air
cap/holes
Clean air cap
Note: If problem persists after cleaning, replace air cap
Note: Do not use metal tools to clean air cap
“Orange peel” or
Heavy pattern
1. Air pressure is too low
2. Spray gun is too close to
working surface
3. Fluid adjustment is too high
Coating leakage
out of tip of spray gun
Heavy top or bottom
pattern
1. Air cap dirty or damaged
2. Fluid tip dirty or damaged
Will not spray
1. Insufficient air pressure
2. Insufficient fluid settings
3. Fluid too heavy for current
settings
4. Plugged fluid tip
Spray gun
sputtering
1. Damaged fluid tip
2. Loose fluid tip
3. Dried material in fluid tip/
needle
4. Fluid supply empty/low
5. Packing nut too loose
Spray pattern starved or dry
1. Air pressure too high
2. Fluid adjustment too low
3. Spray too far from working
surface
Excessive Fog
The DUX Pressure Feed was
designed to eliminate excessive
fog. If you find that you are having
this problem it may be that the air
pressure is too high.
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1. Increase inlet air pressure
2. Ensure proper distance from surface
is achieved, normally 6-8” from surface
3. Adjust fluid control knob clockwise to
decrease fluid flow
1. Clean air cap
Note: Do not use metal tools to clean air cap
2. Clean fluid tip
Note: If problem persists after cleaning replace
air cap or fluid tip
1. Check inlet air pressure and increase if necessary
2. Adjust fluid control knob counter-clockwise to
increase fluid flow
3. Thin coating and/or change fluid tip to next largest
size
4. Remove and clean fluid tip
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove and inspect for damage
Ensure fluid tip is tight
Flush Pressure Feed with solvent
Check/Refill coating
See solution: (coating leakage out of rear of spray
gun)
1. Reduce inlet air pressure
2. Adjust fluid control knob until desired results are
achieved
3. Ensure proper distance from surface is achieved,
normally 6-8”
Reduce inlet air pressure
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Maintenance Guide
Lubrication
Points
The DUX Pressure Feed is a precision tool
that delivers superior finishing results and cost
savings with each use. Optimal results require
good handling and maintenance processes.
Daily cleaning, lubrication, and
proper maintenance are required to
maintain the warranty coverage.
Lubrication
Lubricate the top of yoke rails
To ensure the quality and longevity of the DUX
spray gun it must be lubricated before every
use and after every cleaning. Follow the
diagram in figure 2 to ensure proper
lubrication.
Note: Lubricate the spray
cleaning and prior to use.
gun
after
Fluid Tip Removal
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IMPORTANT: Do not over-tighten. Use a
maximum of 18 INCH pounds of torque or a
half turn past hand tight.
The precision
machining of the DUX Pressure Feed makes
the use of a gasket unnecessary.
Lubrication
Points
Invert the gun and lubricate the
underside of yoke rails
Lubrication
Points
IMPORTANT: To maintain the precise fit and
seal between the fluid tip and the stainless
steel fluid barrel, paint must not be allowed to
dry on the threads. The threads of both the
fluid barrel and tip must be thoroughly cleaned
after each use.
To replace or change the fluid tips:
1. Ensure spray gun is depressurized.
2. Remove the air cap retaining ring and air cap.
3. Pull the trigger to the rear.
4. Using the DUX 10mm fluid tip driver, remove
the fluid tip and inspect threads for wear or
contamination.
5. Install a new fluid tip and tighten using the
DUX 10mm fluid tip driver.
6. Replace the air cap and air cap retaining ring.
With the gun inverted,
lubricate the trigger pin and
inside surface of the trigger
handle
Lubrication Point
Lubricate thick section of needle
Figure 2: Spray Gun Lubrication
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Maintenance (continued)
Fluid Packing Adjustment (See Figure 3)
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IMPORTANT: Some coating leakage out of the
fluid tip may indicate an adjustment of the
packing is needed. This is not an indication of
the spray gun failing.
Unlike many other spray guns that require a
matched set of needles and fluid tips, the DUX
Pressure Feed uses one standard needle that
is compatible with all fluid tips. The packing in
all DUX spray guns is set to a pre-determined
specification during assembly. Therefore,
depending on the type of material being
sprayed, it is possible that the packing will need
adjustment upon start-up or after some amount
of spraying.
Fluid leakage at the front of the spray gun is an
indication that the fluid needle is not seating
properly. This may be caused by dried material
in the tip or if the fluid packing is too tight. If the
packing is set too tightly for a particular material,
the needle will not be able to fully seat in the
fluid tip. Conversely, fluid leakage at the rear
of the spray gun indicates that the fluid packing
is too loose and needs tightening.
Step 1: Remove needle assembly
Step 2: Insert screwdriver into rear
of spray gun
In these cases a slight adjustment of the packing
has been found to stop the leak. To adjust the
packing (See Figure 3):
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NOTE: Ensure spray gun is depressurized
before making adjustments.
1. Unscrew the fluid control knob and
completely remove the needle assembly
from the rear of the spray gun.
2. Insert a thin, slotted screwdriver into the rear
of the spray gun.
3. Turn the fluid seal nut 1/4 turn clockwise to
tighten or counter-clockwise to loosen.
4. Lubricate the needle per lube instructions.
5. Reinsert the needle assembly.
6. Reattach fluid hose, and test.
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Fluid Seal
Nut
Step 3: Turn fluid seal nut
counter-clockwise ¼ turn if leaking
occurs from fluid tip.
Turn clockwise ¼ turn to tighten if
leaking occurs at rear of the spray
gun.
Figure 3: Packaging Adjustment
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Maintenance (continued)
Fluid Packing Replacement
Removal
1. Ensure the spray gun is depressurized.
2. Unscrew the fluid control knob and
completely remove the needle assembly.
3. Remove the yoke by removing the c-clip at
the rear of the yoke.
4. Remove the yoke spring assembly from
the spray gun body by rotating it
counter-clockwise using a 10mm wrench.
5. Use a flat-blade screwdriver to remove the
packing adjustment screw.
6. Use a DUX needle packing tool, dental
pick, or similar tool to remove the fluid
packing components. Be sure to remove
all components from the fluid tube.
7. Inspect and clean the packing cavity inside
the spray gun. If necessary, use a spray
gun cleaning brush to remove excess
debris.
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NOTE: Some coating leakage out of the fluid
tip or the rear of the spray gun indicates that an
adjustment of the packing is needed for the
material being sprayed.
This is not an
indication of the gun failing. This may occur
upon set-up, after a period of spraying, or when
material is changed.
Replacement
1. Inspect the fluid packing adjustment screw
for wear.
2. Slide packing adjustment screw onto the
fluid needle with the screw slot facing the
base of the needle.
3. Slide all of the pieces of the new fluid
packing kit onto the fluid needle, confirming
that all of the pieces are in the correct
order (See Figure 4).
4. Using the needle as a guide, insert the fluid
packing kit into the body.
5. Start the packing adjustment nut into the
body by hand to hold the pieces in place.
6. Remove the needle.
7. Install the yoke spring assembly and
tighten to 2 ft. lbs. of torque.
8. Inspect yoke and c-clip for wear or
contamination and reinstall; replace if
needed.
9. Lubricate the fluid needle as indicated in
figure 2 and reinstall fluid needle assembly.
10. Adjust fluid needle packing as described
on page 8 in the fluid packing adjustment
section.
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Note: tapered edge should
face towards the ‘O’ ring.
Figure 4: Exploded View of Fluid Packing
4. Remove the spring and needle from the fluid
control knob.
Fluid Needle Replacement
Removal
1. Ensure the spray gun is depressurized.
2. Unscrew the fluid control knob and
completely remove the needle assembly.
3. Remove the needle cap (See Figure 5).
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CAUTION: The needle spring is under
pressure and is retained by this cap. It may
spring free when the cap is removed.
Replacement
1. Install the new needle and spring into the fluid
control knob.
2. Carefully replace the needle cap making
certain the needle, needle holder, and spring
are properly seated.
3. Lubricate the needle as indicated in figure 2
and reinsert the needle assembly into the
spray gun body.
Figure 5: Exploded View of Fluid Needle Assembly
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Cleaning Guide
Cleaning the DUX Pressure Feed
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CAUTION:
• Do not submerge the spray gun in solvents
or cleaning solutions
• Do not clean air cap holes with metal tools
as it could effect the spray pattern
• The DUX Pressure Feed may be cleaned in
a spray gun washer
NOTE: If fluid flows down the air tube and into
the cavity of the spray gun, it will coat the air
valve, causing the trigger to stick. This valve
requires periodic cleaning to prevent sticking.
Sticking air valves are an indication that cleaning
is necessary. The Dux Pressure Feed can easily
be cleaned in the following ways:
If proper care and maintenance procedures are
not followed, fluid can run down the air tube and
into the air valve assembly, and causing the
trigger air valve to stick
(See Figure 6).
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Remove the air line and ensure spray gun is
depressurized. Invert the spray gun and
introduce clean solvent into the air tube. Pull
and release the trigger several times until the
valve is clean and actuates freely.
Reasons how this occurs:
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Using a spray gun cleaner, invert the spray
gun, actuate the pump and introduce clean
solvent into the air tube. Pull and release the
trigger several times until the valve is clean
and actuates freely.
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The fluid tip is removed without
depressurizing the spray gun and coating
runs down the air tube.
Improper cleaning of the spray gun (i.e. in a
bucket, solvent tank, or cleaner with solvent
that is heavy with paint or coating).
If the preceding solutions have not adequately
cleaned the spray gun or air valve, a thorough
cleaning of the spray gun is required. This
involves the removal and cleaning of the trigger
air valve assembly:
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Ensure the spray gun is depressurized.
Unscrew the trigger spindle screws and
remove the chrome trigger handle.
Using standard retaining ring pliers, remove
the trigger air valve retaining ring.
Remove the trigger air valve from the body.
Clean the valve by rinsing in clean water or
clean solvent.
Dry thoroughly.
Insert the trigger air valve assembly into the
body and use the retaining ring to secure it.
Replace the trigger handle, nylon washers,
and trigger spindle screws.
Lubricate according to the Dux Pressure
Feed lubrication instructions on page 7.
Figure 6: Fluid Flow Down Air Tube
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Exploded View
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1
2
10
9
12d
8
6
3
7
12e
12a
12c
12g
12b
5
12f
4
Parts List
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
310110 Fan Control Assembly
310116 Fluid Control Assembly
310118 Fluid Needle
310125 Yoke Assembly
310128 Fluid Needle Packing Kit
310126 Yoke Spring Assembly
310159 Air Valve Kit
310131 Stainless Trigger Kit
310149 Air Cap, A0
310150 Air Cap, A1
310227 Air Cap, A2
10. 310156 Air Cap Ring
11. 310237 Fluid Tip 0.4mm
310250 Fluid Tip 0.6mm
310251 Fluid Tip 0.8mm
310252 Fluid Tip 1.0mm
310253 Fluid Tip 1.2mm
310254 Fluid Tip 1.4mm
310255 Fluid Tip 1.6mm
310256 Fluid Tip 1.8mm
310257 Fluid Tip 2.0 mm
310258 Fluid Tip 2.2 mm
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12a-g. 310171 Wearable Parts Kit
Including:
Needle Spring
a.
b.
Yoke C-Clip
c.
Needle Packing Kit
Yoke Spring Assembly
d.
e.
Trigger Spring
f.
Washers
g.
Fluid Control O-Ring
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Technical Data
Specifications
Body Material
Fluid Passage Material
Air Cap Material
Weight
Investment Cast
Aluminum
Stainless Steel
Anodized Aluminum
14.1 oz
Maximum Inlet Air Pressure*
10.7 psig
Maximum Inlet Fluid Pressure
75 psi
Air Inlet
1/4" NPS Male
Fluid Inlet
3/8" NPS Male
Feed Type
Pressure
Triggering Pressure
39.8 oz
*Maximum inlet pressure to
maintain HVLP compliance
(10psi or less at the air cap)
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DUX Standard Warranty
DUX
TECHNOLOGIES
INC.
WARRANTS
TO
CUSTOMER
THAT
ALL
DUX
TECHNOLOGIES INC. PRODUCTS (A) ARE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS OR
WORKMANSHIP AND (B) MEET ALL APPLICABLE DUX TECHNOLOGIES INC.
SPECIFICATIONS.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR ONE
YEAR FROM THE DATE OF SALE. IN THE EVENT A PRODUCT FAILS TO MEET THE
FOREGOING WARRANTY, CUSTOMER SHALL NOTIFY DUX TECHNOLGOES INC. AND
REQUEST A RE-TURN MATERIAL AUTHORIZATION NUMBER (RMA) BEFORE RETURNING
THE PRODUCT PUR-SUANT TO DUX TECHNOLOGIES INC.’S INSTRUCTIONS.
DUX
TECHNOLOGIES INC. WILL REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT DUX TECHNOLOGIES INC.’s
OPTION, ANY PRODUCT THAT FAILS TO MEET THE FOREGOING WARRANTY. IF DUX
TECHNOLOGIES INC. DETERMINES THAT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT IS NOT
REASONABLE, DUX TECHNOLOGIES INC. MAY INSTEAD REFUND CUSTOMER’S PURCHASE
PRICE FOR THE NONCONFORM-ING PRODUCT. THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. DUX TECHNOLOGIES INC. NEITHER
ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO ASSUME ANY OTHER LIABILITIES
IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OR USE OF ANY PROD-UCT.
EXCEPT FOR
THOSE WARRANTIES EXPLICITLY DESCRIBED IN THIS PARAGRAPH, DUX TECHNOLOGIES
INC. DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS
OR
IMPLIED,
INCLUDING
ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Please Note that your Pressure Feed Spray Gun
was shipped with the following contents:
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Pressure Feed Spray Gun
Quick Reference Guide, Fluid Control O-Ring Kit, PTFE Grease Lubricant,
Cleaning Brushes (2x), and DUX Multi-Tool
If anything is missing, or you would like to order additional parts, please
contact:
DUX Customer Service
DUX TECHNOLOGIES INC.
P.O. Box 1314
Seahurst, WA 98062
Tel: 888.389.2732
Fax: 866.876.1233
Website: www.DuxTechnologiesInc.com
Email: CustomerService@DuxTechnologiesInc.com
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