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 Airless Sprayer Plus AUS
Airless Sprayer Plus
HIGH PERFORMANCE AIRLESS SPRAYER
2 years
Guarantee
! NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE !
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Airless Sprayer Plus
Warning!
Attention: Danger of injury by injection!
Airless units develop extremely high spraying pressures .
Danger
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Never put your fingers, hands or any other parts of the body into the
spray jet!
Never point the spray gun at yourself, other persons or animals.
Never use the spray gun without safety guard .
Do not treat a spraying injury as a harmless cut. In case of injury to
the skin through coating materials or solvents, consult a doctor
immediately for quick and expert treatment. Inform the doctor
about the coating material or solvent used.
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The operating instructions state that the following points must
always be observed before starting up:
1. Faulty units must not be used.
2. Secure spray gun using the safety catch on the trigger.
3. Ensure that the unit is properly earthed. The connection
must take place through a correctly earthed two-pole and earth
socket outlet.
4. Check allowable operating pressure of high-pressure hose and
spray gun.
5. Check all connections for leaks.
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The instructions regarding regular cleaning and maintenance of the
unit must be strictly observed.
Before any work is done on the unit or for every break in work the
following rules must be observed:
1. Release the pressure from spray gun and hose.
2. Secure the WAGNER spray gun using the safety catch
on the trigger.
3. Switch off unit.
Be safety-conscious!
Airless Sprayer Plus
Congratulations for the purchase of your
WAGNER Airless high pressure spray gun.
Read this manual carefully before the initial use of this
equipment and observe the safety instructions. Keep
manual and safety instructions carefully stored.
You have purchased a quality product which requires careful
maintenance and care in order to function perfectly.
Important! After each use, the equipment should be
cleaned.
Not cleaning the equipment leads to malfunctioning! For
faults caused by crud, no guarantee claim will be granted.
In case of malfunctioning, check the cleaned equipment once
again prior to sending it in to the service department.
Explanation of symbols used
Danger
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Indicates an immediate danger. Unless
avoided, death or serious injuries will
result.
Indicates tips for use and other
particularly useful information.
Wear suitable ear protection when
working.
Wear suitable respiratory equipment
when working.
Wear suitable safety gloves when
working.
General Safety Instructions
Warning!
Danger
Read all safety notifications and instructions.
Failure to comply with the safety notifications
and instructions provided may result in electric
shock, fire and/or serious injury. The term
"power tool" used below covers both mainsoperated power tools (with mains lead) and
accumulator-operated power tools (without
mains lead).
1. Work area safety
a) Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark
areas invite accidents.
b) Do not operate power tools in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence of
flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools
create sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes.
c) Keep children and bystanders away while
operating a power tool. Distractions can cause you
to lose control.
2. Electrical Safety
a) Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never
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modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power
tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will
reduce risk of electric shock.
b) Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded
surfaces, such as pipes, radiators, ranges and
refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric
shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
c) Do not expose power tools to rain or wet
conditions. Water entering a power tool will increase
the risk of electric shock.
d) Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for
carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool.
Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or
moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase
the risk of electric shock.
e) When operating a power tool outdoors, use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a
cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric
shock.
f) If operating a power tool in a damp location is
unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD)
protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of
electric shock.
3. Personal safety
a) Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use
common sense when operating a power tool. Do
not use a power tool while you are tired or under
the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A
moment of inattention while operating power tools
may result in serious personal injury.
b) Use personal protective equipment. Always
wear eye protection. Protective equipment such as
dust mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing
protection used for appropriate conditions will reduce
personal injuries.
c) Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the
switch is in the off-position before connecting
to power source and/or battery pack, picking up
or carrying the tool. Carrying power tools with your
finger on the switch or energising power tools that
have the switch on invites accidents.
d) Remove any adjusting key or wrench before
turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key left
attached to a rotating part of the power tool may
result in personal injury.
e) Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and
balance at all times. This enables better control of
the power tool in unexpected situations.
f) Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves
away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or
long hair can be caught in moving parts.
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g) This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
4. Power tool use and care
a) Do not force the power tool. Use correct power
tool for your application. The correct power tool will
do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was
designed.
b) Do not use the power tool if the switch does not
turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be
controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be
repaired.
c) Disconnect the plug from the power source and/
or the battery pack from the power tool before
making any adjustments, changing accessories,
or storing power tools. Such preventive safety
measures reduce the risk of starting the power tool
accidentally.
d) Store idle power tools out of reach of children
and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the
power tool or these instructions to operate the
power tool. Power tools are dangerous in the hands
of untrained users.
e) Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and
any other condition that may affect the power
tool's operation. If damaged, have the power
tool repaired before use. Many accidents are caused
by poorly maintained power tools.
f) Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc.
in accordance with these instructions, taking
into account the working conditions and the
work to be performed. Use of the power tool for
operations different from those intended could result in
a hazardous situation.
5. Service
a) Have your power tool serviced by a qualified
repair person using only identical replacement
parts. This will ensure that the safety of the power tool
is maintained.
b) If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer or it’s service
agent or a similarly qualified person in order to
avoid a safety hazard.
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Health protection
Danger
Caution! Wear breathing equipment: Paint
mist and solvent vapors are damaging to
health. Always wear breathing equipment
and only work in well ventilated rooms
or using supplementary ventilating
equipment. It is advisable to wear working
clothing, safety glasses, ear protection
and gloves
Flammable materials
Do not use the spray guns to spray
flammable substances.
Danger
Explosion protection
Danger
Do not use the unit in work places which
are covered to the explosion protection
regulations.
Danger of explosion and fire through
sources of flame during spraying work
Danger
There may be no sources of flame such
as, for example, open fires, smoking
of cigarettes, cigars or tobacco pipes,
sparks, glowing wires, hot surfaces, etc.
in the vicinity.
Electrostatic charging (formation of
sparks or flame)
Danger
Under certain circumstances, electrostatic
charging can occur on the unit due to
the rate of flow of the coating material
when spraying. On discharging this can
result in the emergence of sparks or fire.
It is therefore necessary that the unit is
always earthed through the electrical
installation. The connection must take
place through a correctly earthed twopole-and-earth socket outlet.
Ventilation
Good natural or artificial ventilation must be ensured in
order to avoid the risk of explosion or fire and damage to
health during spray work.
Secure device and spray gun
All hoses, fittings, and filter parts must be secured
before operating spray pump. Unsecured parts
can eject at great force or leak a high pressure fluid
stream causing severe injury.
Always secure the spray gun when mounting or
dismounting the nozzle and in case of interruption to
work.
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Recoil of spray gun
Danger
In case of high operating pressure,
pulling the trigger can effect a recoil
force of up to 15 N.
If you are not prepared for this, your
hand can be thrust backwards or your
balance lost. This can lead to injury.
Continuous stress from this recoil can
cause permanent damage to health.
Max. operating pressure
Max. permissible operating pressure for spray gun,
spray gun accessories and high-pressure hose may
not fall short of the maximum operating pressure of
200 bar (20 MPa) stated on the unit.
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Connecting the device
A properly earthed socket outlet with earthing
contact must be used for connection. The connection
must be equipped with a residual current protective
device with INF ≤ 30 mA.
Setting up the unit
Danger
Coating substance
Caution against dangers that can arise from the sprayed
substance and observe the text and information on the
containers or the specifications given by the substance
manufacturer.
Do not spray any liquid of unknown hazard potential.
High-pressure hose (safety note)
Attention, danger of injury by injection!
Wear and tear and kinks as well as usage
that is not appropriate to the purpose
Danger
of the device can cause leakages to form
in the high-pressure hose. Liquid can be
injected into the skin through a leakage.
High-pressure hoses must be checked thoroughly before
they are used.
Replace any damaged high-pressure hose immediately.
Never repair defective high-pressure hoses yourself!
Avoid sharp bends and folds: the smallest bending radius
is about 20 cm.
Do not drive over the high-pressure hose. Protect against
sharp objects and edges.
Never pull on the high-pressure hose to move the device.
Do not twist the high-pressure hose.
Do not put the high-pressure hose into solvents. Use only
a wet cloth to wipe down the outside of the hose.
Lay the high-pressure hose in such a way as to ensure
that it cannot be tripped over.
Electrostatic charging of spray guns and the highpressure hose is discharged through the high-pressure
hose. For this reason the electric resistance between the
connections of the high-pressure hose must be equal or
lower than 197 kΩ/m (60 kΩ/ft.).
For reasons of function, safety and
durability, only use genuine WAGNER
high-pressure hoses and spray nozzles.
For overview see „Spare parts lists“.
The risk of damage rises with the age of
the high-pressure hose.
Wagner recommends replacing highpressure hoses after 6 years.
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When working indoors:
Vapors containing solvents may not be
allowed to build up in the area of the
device.
Setting up the unit on the side a way
from the sprayed object.
A minimum distance of 5 m between the
unit and spray gun is to be maintained.
When working outdoors:
Vapors containing solvents may not be
allowed to blow toward the unit.
Note the direction of the wind.
Set the unit up in such a way that vapors
containing solvents do not reach the unit
and build up there.
A minimum distance of 5 m between the
unit and spray gun is to be maintained.
Maintenance and repairs
Danger
Before carrying out any work on the device,
relieve the pressure and unplug the power
plug from the socket.
Cleaning the unit
Danger
Danger of short circuit through
penetrating water!
Never spray down the unit with highpressure or high-pressure steam
cleaners.
Cleaning units with solvents
Danger
When cleaning the unit with solvents,
the solvent should never be sprayed or
pumped back into a container with a
small opening (bunghole). An explosive
gas/air mixture can be produced. The
container must be earthed.
Do not use flammable materials for
cleaning purposes.
Earthing of the object
The object to be coated must be earthed.
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If liquids collect in the area underneath the
outlet valve, this could be due to a leak in
the set of pistons. If operations continue, the
liquid can leak and dirt might get under the
device.
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Usabel materials
•Internal emulsions
•Paints
•Acrylic paints
•Glazes
•Wood preservatives
•Mordants
•Primers
•Wash primer
•Plant protective agents
•Under sealants
•Hollow-space sealants
•Disinfection agents
•Oils
Unsuitable materials
•Paints and lacquers containing heavily abrasive
components like outdoor emulsion / dispersion wall
paints
Silicate paints
Flammable materials
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Field of application
Coating of interior walls as well as small and mediumsized objects outdoors (e.g. garden fences, garage doors,
etc.).
Industrial use is excluded.
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Technical data
Voltage
240V, 50 Hz
Power consumption
625 W
Protection class
I
Maximum pressure
19.3 MPa (193 bar)
Flow rate at 140 bar (0 bar)
0.9 l/min (1,6 l/min)
Maximum temperature of coating
material
43°C
Sound pressure level*
Uncertainty
81 dBA
K= 4 db
Sound pressure output*
Uncertainty
94 dBA
K= 4 db
Oscillation level**
Uncertainty
< 2.5 m/s²
K = 1.5 m/s²
Maximum ambient temperature
40°C
Pump system
piston pump
volume upper container, max.
7.5 l
Max. nozzle size
L (0,017“)
Weight, ready to spray
10.5 kg
* Measured in accordance with EN 50144-2-7:2000
** Measured in accordance with EN 60745-1
Information about the oscillation level
The specified oscillation level has been measured according
to a standard test procedure and can be used to compare
against electric tools.
The oscillation level is also for determining an initial
assessment of the vibrational strain.
Attention! The vibration emission value can differ from
the specified value when the electric tool is actually in
use, depending on how the electric tool is being used. It is
necessary to specify safety measures to protect the operating
personnel. These measures are based on an estimated
shutdown during the actual conditions of use (all parts of
the operating cycle are taken into consideration here, for
example periods when the electric tool is switched off, and,
when it is switched on but running without any load).
COMPONENTS AND ASSEMBLY
Airless Sprayer Plus
Components
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Controls and functions
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Spray gun with filter
Spray tip assembly
10 mtr. long, 1/4 Zoll diameter high pressure hose.
ON/OFF switch
The ON/OFF switch turns the unit
on and off (O = OFF, l = ON)
Spray Gun
The spray gun controls the
delivery of the fluid being
pumped.
Spray Hose
The spray hose connects the gun
to the pump.
Return Tube
Fluid is sent back out through the
return tube to the hopper when
priming.
PRIME/SPRAY knob
The PRIME/SPRAY knob directs
fluid to the spray hose when set
to SPRAY, or the return tube when
set to PRIME.
Tools needed for assembly
•Two adjustable wrenches.
WARNING
Do not plug in the unit until setup is complete.
ON/OFF Switch
Inlet filter
(inside of hopper)
= ON
Handle
= OFF
Hopper lid
Return
tube
Motor
housing
Hopper
PRIME/SPRAY
knob
Rear
handle
PRIME
ON/OFF
switch
Outlet
valve
Inlet valve
tool
Tip
storage
PRIME
position
PRIME/SPRAY
knob
Spray
gun
SPRAY
Frame
SPRAY
Trigger lock
Filter (yellow)
preassembled
in gun
Trigger
Filter
(red)
PRIME
Tip
Tip guard
SPRAY
position
Spray
hose
Assembly
1
Place the handle over the unit frame.
Insert the bolts and tighten the wing
nuts over the lock washers.
2
Thread one end of the high pressure spray
hose to the outlet valve.
Tighten with an adjustable wrench.
3
Thread the other end of the hose to
the spray gun. Hold the gun with one
adjustable wrench, and tighten the
hose nut with the other.
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Important information
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Paint straining
It is recommended that in order to avoid premature tip
and filter clogging you should strain your paint before
spraying. Follow manufacturer’s recommendations.
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Plugging in the sprayer
1) Check that the ON/OFF switch is in the OFF
postion.
2) The connection must be made by
correctly grounded plug socket.
Select tip and gun filter
O
Use the proper gun filter based on the tip size being used.
Paint
XS
40° spray angle/
0,23 mm holeg
For thin materials like acrylic
paints, primers, stains...
M
50° spray angle//
0,38 mm hole
For thick materials like
internal emulsions, latex
paints, hollow-space
sealants..., ...
Filter
Red
yellow
WARNING
Always lock the trigger off when attaching the spray tip
or when the spray gun is not in use.
Locking the gun
The gun is secured when the
trigger lock is at a 90° angle
(perpendicular) to the trigger
in either direction.
Unlocking the gun
To unlock the gun, turn the
trigger lock to be in line with
the trigger.
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WARNING
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.
1) Lock the spray gun off and
flip the ON/OFF switch to the
OFF position.
2) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to PRIME.
3) Unlock the spray gun and
then trigger it onto a scrap
piece of wood or cardboard.
4) Lock the spray gun.
O
SPRAY
Locking and unlocking the gun
Pressure relief procedure
PRIME
Tip Size
Preparation
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Make pump ready for operation
1) Make sure the inlet filter is in
place inside the hopper. If it
is not, snap in place as shown.
Suck in material
Tab
Perform the following steps, without the spray tip
mounted to the gun.
3) Pull the return tube from
the hopper and hold it over
a waste container.
PRIME
SPRAY
1) Unlock the spray gun and
turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to PRIME.
2) Push the tab on top of
the filter down once.
This will ensure proper
operation of the inlet valve.
2) Trigger and HOLD the spray
gun into a waste container.
l
SPRAY
PRIME
4) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to PRIME.
5) Plug in the sprayer, and
move the ON/OFF switch to
the ON position.
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3) Switch the pump on.
7) Fill your hopper with the
material you plan to spray.
Do not exceed the fill line as
shown. Replace the hopper
lid.
O
Fill line
l
PRIME
6) Trigger the gun into the waste container once more to
be sure that no pressure is left in the hose.
7) Lock the spray gun off.
8) Thread the spray tip assembly onto the gun. Tighten by
hand.
SPRAY
8) Leave the PRIME/SPRAY
knob on PRIME and switch
your unit ON once more
and make sure that material
is flowing from the return
tube.
5) Release trigger, turn the
PRIME/SPRAY knob to
PRIME and turn pump OFF .
SPRAY
SPRAY
We recommend performing the following steps with
water first of all, in order to check that the system and all
connections are watertight.
Keep hands clear from fluid
stream.
4) While holding the trigger,
turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to SPRAY. Hold the trigger
until all air, water, or solvent
is purged from the spray hose
and paint is flowing freely.
PRIME
O
WARNING
PRIME
6) Switch the pump to OFF. Remove the return tube from
the waste container and secure it to the hopper.
l
Any fluids remaining in the pump and the return tube will
flow out of the return tube. Let the pump run until no fluid
is coming from the return tube.
Begin
tightening
the tip at
this angle
to achieve
the desired
spray angle
when tight.
9) Insert spray tip (tip pointing in the spray direction).
Your device is now ready for operation.
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SPRAYING
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Practice
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TIP:
CAUTION
Be sure that the paint hose is free of kinks and clear of
objects with sharp cutting edges.
SPRAY
Approximately
25 - 30 cm
Wrong way
Right way
PRIME
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1) Switch the pump ON and
turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to SPRAY.
2) When the motor shuts off,
unlock the spray gun and
spray a test area to check
the spray pattern.
When enough pressure has
built up in the hose, the motor
will shut off automatically.
The motor will cycle on and
off automatically as it needs
pressure.
Keep the spray gun perpendicular to the
surface, otherwise one end of the pattern will
be thicker than the other.
TIP:
Keep the spray gun at right angles to the
surface. This means moving your entire arm
back and forth rather than just flexing your
wrist.
Light Coat
Heavy Coat
Light Coat
Good spray pattern
Bad spray pattern (tailing)
If your pattern is tailing, your spray tip might have an
obstruction, your spray gun filter might be clogged or
your spray tip might be worn or color is diluted too few.
Refer to Spraying Troubleshooting on the next page.
Do not flex wrist while spraying.
TIP:
The spray gun should be triggered by turning
it on and off with each stroke. Do not trigger
the gun during the middle of a stroke. This
will result in an uneven spray and splotchy
coverage.
Proper way to trigger the spray gun
Spraying technique
The key to a good paint job is an even coating over the
entire surface. This is done by using even strokes. Follow
the TIPS, below.
TIP:
Keep stroke
even
Keep your arm moving at a constant speed and
keep the spray gun at a constant distance from
the surface. The best spraying distance is 25 to
30 cm between the spray tip and the surface.
Start stroke
Even coat throughout
Approximately
25-30cm
Keep stroke smooth and at an even speed.
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Approximately
25-30cm
Pull trigger
Keep steady
Release trigger
End stroke
ADDITIONAL TIPS
Overlap each stroke by about 30%. This will ensure an
even coating.
When you stop painting, follow PRESSURE RELIEF
PROCEDURE and unplug electrical cord.
Keep the hopper lid placed on the hopper during
spraying.
This will prevent debris from falling into your spray
material.
IF YOU EXPECT TO BE AWAY FROM YOUR SPRAYER FOR
MORE THAN ONE HOUR, FOLLOW THE SHORT-TERM
STORAGE PROCEDURE DESCRIBED IN THE STORAGE
SECTION OF THIS MANUAL (page 12).
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SPRAYING TROUBLESHOOTING
The following is a short list of minor difficulties you might
encounter while spraying. If any of these occur, it will reduce the
flow of material, making your spray pattern poor, or material
will fail to spray from the gun.
Follow the guidelines on this page to correct any one of
these problems.
Unclogging the spray tip
Unclogging the spray gun filter
This filter must be cleaned every time you use your
sprayer. When using thicker paints, the filter might need
to be cleaned more often.
1) Perform Pressure Relief Procedure (page 6).
2) Remove the closure by turning it (take care not to lose
the spring).
Filter top
(tapered
end)
WARNING
Do not attempt to unclog or clean the tip with your
finger.
Filter
CAUTION
Do not use a needle or other sharp pointed instrument
to clean the tip. The hard tungsten carbide can chip.
If the spray pattern becomes distorted or stops completely
while the gun is triggered, follow these steps:
1) Turn the pump off, and release the trigger and lock the
gun off.
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Hole
Spring
Closure
3) Remove the filter from the spray gun housing and clean
with the appropriate cleaning solution (warm, soapy
water)
When cleaning filter, look for sediments in the spraying
material you are using. Refer to Paint Straining, (page 6).
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2) Rotate the reversible tip arrow 180° so that the point of
the arrow is toward the rear of the gun.
Under pressure, the spray tip
may be very difficult to turn.
Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to PRIME and trigger the gun.
This will relieve pressure and
the tip will turn more easily.
3) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to SPRAY.
4) Inspect the filter for holes (see Hole picture, above).
Replace if holes are found.
CAUTION
NEVER POKE THE FILTER WITH A SHARP INSTRUMENT!
5) Replace the cleaned filter, tapered end first, into the
gun housing.
The tapered end of the filter must be loaded properly
into the gun. Improper assembly will result in a plugged
tip or no flow from the gun.
6) Insert the spring in the closure and tighten the closure
on the gun housing again.
Uunclogging the inlet filter
4) Unlock the gun and squeeze the trigger, pointing the
gun at a scrap piece of wood or cardboard. This allows
pressure in the spray hose to blow out the obstruction.
When the nozzle is clean, paint will come out in a high
pressure stream.
If paint still will not spray from the spray tip, follow the
steps on the next column.
5) Release the trigger and lock
the gun off.
6) Reverse the tip so the arrow
points foward again (SPRAY
position).
1) Perform Pressure Relief Procedure, (page 6).
2) Empty the hopper of all spraying material (see Emptying
the Hopper, page 10).
3) Remove the inlet filter from
the hopper. You may need to
use a screwdriver to pry the
filter loose.
4) Clean the inlet filter using
the appropriate cleaning
Inlet
filter
solution (warm, soapy
water).
5) Replace filter.
If after having completed all of the steps on this page
you are still experiencing problems spraying, refer to
the TROUBLESHOOTING page (page 13)
7) Unlock the gun and resume spraying.
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CLEANUP
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Important cleaning notes
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Purging the paint hose
Rinsing the hopper
These steps will allow you to recover
READ THESE NOTES AND WARNINGS
excess paint left over in the paint hose.
BEFORE YOU START TO CLEAN YOUR
1) Lock the gun, remove spray tip
SPRAYER!
assembly, and turn the PRIME/SPRAY
Thorough cleaning and lubrication
knob to PRIME.
of the sprayer is the most important
step you can take to ensure proper
operation after storage.
Clean the spray device and components
with a suitable cleaning agent (e.g.
warm soapy water for water-soluble
spray materials).
2) Fill the hopper with the appropriate
Make sure to dispose cleaning
cleaning solution.
solution properly when finished
3) Hold the spray gun against the
cleaning your sprayer.
side of the paint can and hold the
trigger.
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PRIME
SPRAY
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1) Thoroughly rinse out the hopper
using the appropriate cleaning
solution.
Make sure you do not drip any
cleaning solution into the motor
housing.
2) Remove the inlet filter from the
bottom of the hopper and clean. You
may need to use a screwdriver to pry
the filter loose.
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PRIME
Top
handle
SPRAY
Let the pump run until all paint is
purged from the hose and cleaning
solution is coming out of the gun.
6) Release the trigger and turn the
PRIME/SPRAY knob to PRIME.
7) Hold the spray gun against the side
of a separate container and hold
the trigger.
Flushing the sprayer
1) Fill the hopper with NEW cleaning
solution.
2) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to
PRIME, turn the pump to ON .
SPRAY
1) Perform all the steps of the Pressure
Relief Procedure (page 6).
2) Remove the lid from the hopper.
3) Grab top handle of the sprayer with
one hand, grab rear handle with the
other.
4) Lift and tilt the sprayer so that material
will pour from one of the front corners
of the hopper and into its original
container.
3) Replace the filter and properly dispose
of the cleaning solution.
PRIME
4) While holding the trigger, turn the
pump ON, and turn the PRIME/
SPRAY knob to SPRAY.
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Inlet
filter
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Emptying the hopper
3) Let the pump circulate the cleaning
solution out the return tube for 2-3
minutes.
4) Turn the pump OFF .
Rear
handle
8) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to
SPRAY and trigger the gun until the
fluid coming out of the gun is clear.
Front
corners
WARNING
The unit, when filled with spraying
material, can be heavy. Make sure to
lift with your legs and not your back in
order to reduce the risk of injury.
CAUTION
Make sure your floors and furnishings
are protected with drop cloths to avoid
property damage.
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You might need to add more
cleaning solution to the hopper.
9) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to
PRIME and trigger gun once more to
relieve pressure.
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5) Properly dispose of cleaning
solution and move on to Cleaning
the Spray Gun Components, next
page.
CLEANUP
Airless Sprayer Plus
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Cleaning the spray gun components
Cleaning the inlet valve
1) Perform Pressure Relief Procedure, page 6.
Cleaning or servicing the inlet valve may be required
if the unit has priming problems. This may be caused
by improper cleaning and/or storage.
2) Remove spray gun from the
paint hose using adjustable
wrenches.
3) Remove filter from spray gun
(refer to Unclogging the
Spray Gun Filter, page 9).
4) Remove spray tip from spray
guard assembly.
Filter
Spring
Closure
5) Clean spray tip and filter with a soft-bristled brush and
the appropriate cleaning solution. Be sure to remove and
clean the washer and saddle seat located in the rear of
the spray tip assembly.
Saddle
seat
Washer
6) Pour a few drops of household oil inside the gun housing
(see area indicated below by arrow).
7) Reassemble spray gun:
•Insert gun filter with the
tapered end first and screw
down closure with spring.
Install spray tip, saddle seat
and washer, and replace spray
guard assembly.
Filter
•
1) Remove the inlet filter from
the bottom of the hopper. You
may need to use a screwdriver
to pry the filter loose.
2) Insert the inlet valve tool into
the inlet fitting. Twist counterclockwise and remove from
its housing.
You willl need to attach the inlet valve tool to a ratchet
3/8 Zoll wrench extension in order to remove it.
3) Inspect the three inlet
Inlet fitting
fitting O-rings on the inlet
O-ring
fitting. Clean or replace, and
lubricate with household
Inlet fitting
oil.
O-ring
DO NOT remove the O-rings on
the inlet fitting to clean them.
Inlet
Remove ONLY if you plan to
fitting
replace them.
4) Retrieve the inlet valve and
the inlet valve O-ring from the
Inlet fitting
inlet fitting housing. Clean
O-ring
or replace and lubricate the
O-ring with a light household
Inlet
oil.
valve
5) Set the inlet valve O-ring back
Inlet
into the housing, and set the
valve
inlet valve on top of it.
O-ring
6) Replace inlet fitting into the housing. Tighten with the
inlet valve tool and ratchet.
Replacing the outlet valve
Spring
Closure
8) Thread the paint hose back onto the spray gun. Tighten
with a wrench.
IMPORTANT!
If you cleaned your pump, it is recommended that you
flush the pump again using warm, soapy water to prepare
it for storage. Repeat Flushing the Pump instructions.
Replacement of the outlet valve may be necessary if
your spray performance remains poor after having
performed all the steps contained in the Spraying
Troubleshooting section of this manual.
1) Unscrew the outlet valve
from the outlet valve housing
using an adjustable wrench.
2) Inspect the inside of the
outlet valve housing.
Remove any accumulated
paint.
3) Replace with a new outlet
valve. Tighten into outlet
valve housing with an
adjustable wrench.
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STORAGE
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Airless Sprayer Plus
Short-term storage (up to 8 hours)
Preparing the sprayer for longterm storage
Shutdown
1) Make sure you have already completed the Cleanup
steps on pages 10-11.
2) Remove the inlet filter. You may need to use a screwdriver
to pry it loose.
SPRAY
PRIME
1) Perform all the steps of the PRESSURE RELIEF
PROCEDURE (page 6).
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Inlet
filter
2) Pour 1/2 cup water slowly on top of the paint to prevent
it from drying. Replace the hopper lid.
3) Wrap the spray gun assembly in a damp cloth and place
it in a plastic bag. Seal the bag shut.
3) Pour approximately two ounces of light household oil
into the inlet valve.
Inlet
valve
4) Unplug the sprayer.
5) Place the sprayer in a safe place out of the sun for
shortterm storage.
Startup
PRIME
SPRAY
Tab
SPRAY
PRIME
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6) Replace the inlet filter and push the tab on the filter.
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1) Remove the gun from the
plastic bag and stir the water
into the paint.
2) Check to be sure the PRIME/
SPRAY knob is set to PRIME.
3) Plug sprayer in and turn the
switch to ON.
4) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob
to SPRAY.
5) Test the sprayer on a
practice piece and begin
spraying.
4) Remove hose from outlet valve, place a rag over the
outlet valve, and turn the switch ON. Let the unit run
for five seconds.
5) Switch the pump OFF.
7) Wipe the entire unit, hose and gun with a damp cloth to
remove accumulated paint.
8) Replace the high pressure hose to the outlet valve and
replace the hopper lid.
MAINTENANCE
Airless Sprayer Plus
Daily maintenance
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.
The only daily maintenance necessary is thorough cleaning.
Follow the cleaning procedures in this manual.
Extended maintenance
Some pump parts eventually wear out from use and must
be replaced. The following is a list of available repair kits.
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
CAUSE
1) The sprayer is not plugged in.
2) The ON/OFF switch is set to OFF.
3) The sprayer shuts off while still under
pressure.
4) No voltage is coming from the wall plug.
5) The extension cord is damaged or has too
low a capacity.
6) There is a problem with the motor.
B. T he sprayer starts but does 1) The unit will not prime properly or has lost
prime.
not draw in paint when
2) The hopper is empty.
the PRIME/SPRAY knob is
set to PRIME.
3) The unit is not on level ground.
4) The inlet filter is clogged.
5) The inlet or outlet valve is stuck.
C. T he sprayer draws up
paint but the pressure
drops when the gun is
triggered.
Kit Part #
Description
2350456
Inlet and outlet valve kit
Before servicing, always release system pressure by
following PRESSURE RELIEF PROCEDURE (page 6).
PROBLEM
A. The sprayer does not start.
6)
7)
1)
2)
3)
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The inlet valve is worn or damaged.
The PRIME/SPRAY valve is plugged.
The spray tip is worn.
The inlet filter is clogged.
The gun or spray tip filter is plugged.
4) The paint is too heavy or coarse.
5) The outlet valve assembly is dirty or worn.
6) The inlet valve assembly is damaged or
worn.
1) The PRIME/SPRAY valve is dirty or worn.
D. T he PRIME/SPRAY valve is
on SPRAY and there is flow
through the return tube.
E. T he spray gun leaks.
1) Internal parts of the gun are worn or dirty.
F. T he tip assembly leaks.
1) The tip was assembled incorrectly.
2) A seal is worn.
G. The spray gun will not
1) The spray tip or the gun filter is plugged.
spray.
2) The spray tip is in the CLEAN position.
3) PRIME/SPRAY knob not set on SPRAY.
H. T he paint pattern is tailing. 1) The gun, the tip, or the inlet filter is
plugged.
2) The tip is worn.
3) The paint is too thick.
4) Pressure loss.
SOLUTION
1) Plug the sprayer in.
2) Turn the ON/OFF switch to ON.
3) Motor will cycle ON and OFF while spraying as it needs
pressure. This is normal. Resume painting.
4) Properly test the power supply voltage.
5) Replace the extension cord.
6) Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center.
1) Try to prime the unit again.
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Refill the hopper.
Relocate unit to level ground.
Clean the inlet filter.
Clean the inlet and outlet valves and replace any worn parts.*
Inlet may be stuck from old paint. Push inlet filter tab to
release.
Replace the inlet valve.*
Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center.
Replace the spray tip with a new tip.**
Clean the inlet filter.
Clean or replace the proper filter. Always keep extra filters
on hand.
Thin or strain the paint.
Clean or replace the outlet valve assembly.*
Replace the inlet valve.*
1) Take sprayer to Wagner Authorized Service Center.
1)
1)
2)
1)
Take the sprayer to a Wagner Authorized Service Center.
Check the tip assembly and assemble properly.
Replace the seal.*
Clean the spray tip or gun filter. Review Unclogging the
Spray Tip.
2) Put the tip in the SPRAY position.
3) Turn the PRIME/SPRAY knob to SPRAY.
1) Clean the filters and strain the paint.
2) Replace the spray tip.
3) Thin the paint.
4) Refer to Causes and Solutions for problem C.
* Special repair kits with instructions are available for these procedures. Refer to the Parts List (page 14) section of this manual for a list of the
kits and their part numbers.
** A
dditional parts are available for this procedure. Refer to the Parts List (page 14) section of this manual for a list of the parts and their part
numbers.
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PARTS LIST
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Airless Sprayer Plus
SPRAY GUN
5
1
11
6/7/10
2/3/4
8
9
Item Part #
Description
Quantity
1
2336 705
Guard Assembly
1
2*
0418 705
Tip XS
1
3*
0418 707
Tip M
1
4*
0418 708
Tip L
1
5
2350 902
Complete gun assembly
(incl pos. 1,3,8,9,10,11)
1
6*
0418 711
Filter red
2
7*
0418 713
Filter white
2
8*
2351 004
Spring
1
9
2351 005
Closure
1
10*
0418 712
Filter yellow
2
11*
2337 249
Saddle seat and washer
1
* Wear parts: Not covered by guarantee
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If using another nozzle, the right filter must also be used.
Tip XS
Filter red

Tip M
Filter yellow

Tip L
Filter white

SPRAYER
1
2
9*
7
3
8
5
4
6
10
Item Part #
Description
Quantity
1
2337 252
Handle, upper
1
2
2337 292
Hopper lid
1
3
2337 256
Bolt, washer, and wing nut kit
1
4
2350 459
Inlet filter
1
5+9* 2350 456
Inlet and outlet valve kit
1
6
2337 285
Feet
4
7
2337 288
Return tube/fitting
1
8
2337 290
Inlet valve tool
1
10
2351 007
1/4” X 10 m spray hose
1
* Wear parts: Not covered by guarantee
Replacement parts available by calling customer service.
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Airless Sprayer Plus
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2 years guarantee
The guarantee runs for two years, counting from the date of sale (sales slip). It covers and is restricted to free-of-charge rectification
of faults which are demonstrably attributable to the use of faulty materials in manufacture, or assembly errors; or free-of-charge
replacement of the defective parts. The guarantee does not cover incorrect use or commissioning or fitting or repair work which is
not stated in our operating instructions. Wearing parts are also excluded from the guarantee. The guarantee excludes commercial
use. We expressly reserve the right to fulfil the guarantee. The guarantee expires if the tool is opened up by persons other than
WAGNER service personnel. Transport damage, maintenance work and loss and damage due to faulty maintenance work are not
covered by the guarantee. Under any guarantee claim, there must be proof of purchase of the tool through submission of the
original receipt. Wherever legally possible, we exclude all liability for injury, damage or consequential loss, especially if the tool has
been used for a purpose other than that stated in the operating instructions, commissioned or repaired other than in accordance
with our operating instructions or if repairs are performed by someone who is unqualified. We reserve the right to perform any
repairs in excess of those stated in our operating instructions. In case of guarantee or repair, please refer to your point of sale.
Environmental protection
The device and all accessories and packaging have to be re-used in an environmentally friendly manner. Do
not dispose of the appliance with household waste. Support environmental protection by taking the appliance
to a local collection point or obtain information from a specialist retailer.
Leftover paint and solvents may not be emptied into drains, the sewage system or disposed of as household rubbish. It has
to be disposed of separately as special waste. Please pay special attention to the instructions on the product packaging.
Important Note regarding Product Liability!
According to an EU directive, the manufacturer is only liable without limitation for faults in the product if all parts come from the
manufacturer or have been approved by the manufacturer and have been mounted to the device and are operated properly. If
third-party accessories or spare parts are used, the manufacturer is exonerated wholly or partly from his/her liability if use of the
third-party accessories or spare parts have caused a defect in the product.
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