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Old 05-05-2013, 11:39 PM   #21
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Very helpful videos, please keep them coming!

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Old 08-08-2013, 03:53 PM   #22
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Any airlessco vids?
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Old 08-31-2013, 09:57 PM   #23
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Again thanks to Painttalk for allowing me to share with all. this video is for the Graco new style fluid sections that are found on the Ultra 595 and smaller units

YouTube - New Style Graco 595 and smaller, Fluid Section
My name is Mark I'm the owner of SPRAY SHOP INC We are a Graco Certified Service Center we service all makes and models of airless sprayers.

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This is a good video other then he doesn't tell you that the packing’s can only be inserted one way, If the packing’s are put in backwards or upside down your pump will not work.
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My name is Mark I'm the owner of SPRAY SHOP INC We are a Graco Certified Service Center we service all makes and models of airless sprayers.

Find us on Facebook, we need likes! (SPRAY SHOP INC)

This is a good video other then he doesn't tell you that the packing’s can only be inserted one way, If the packing’s are put in backwards or upside down your pump will not work.
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Any videos out there for a Graco 3900 repack? Want to try it on my own during downtime.
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AWESOMEvideo thanks for taking the time ----CJ
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Old 12-31-2015, 03:28 PM   #27
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Default Switching materials and assuming I'm right

I have a Titan 8900, two Graco 395's, HVLP's, and a air assisted Graco 595.
I have painted all my life and I assume I clean my pumps correctly as I havent had to much trouble outside what I would think is normal. What I was wondering is if anyone had for sure advice on proper ways to switch from solvent to latex and even to lacquers? I am a contractor with 50% commercial, 30% res, 20% industrial. While I do switch between these especially with the air assisted I am always apprehensive to do so. I probably have only sprayed 20 or so gallons of lacquer in my entire career and its relatively new to me. I was told to switch hoses when doing so but it doesnt make much sense to me because even if I tape the ends of the hose not in use it will still have dry spots on the inside and could dry the residual material on the inner walls and later clog up my filter at the gun as well as the tip. I'm new to trying to use paint talk and I've seen some rather rude responses so be kind if this is in the wrong spot. I'm not that efficient at navigating your forum. Thanks fells.
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Just dedicate a a 395 as a lacquer pump.

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Love his video tutorials - very informative and worth a few minutes to watch them. Equipment works best when well maintained.
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