Top 20 Stanley Professional Backpack Poly 4-Gallon Sprayer #61804 Questions & Answers


Hi Chris:
Seems a bit extreme to consider using the 12 gauge. I've found that a .22 works quite well. (Humour)
Hint! Pressurized tanks must have the pressure relieved BEFORE the lid can be removed.
If the lid has been over tightened or has stuck, you'll need to get more leverage to unscrew it. Sometimes a rag wrapped around it is all it takes.
You can also try pouring hot water over the cap. Lay the tank flat so the rim of the cap gets the heat. Wrap an old towel around it first so it gets a good hot soak.
Should come off without the artillery.
Cheers

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I would like the answer yo that question

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Drive out to the country side and look for a ACE or TrueValue hardware store. Bring your sprayer with you. They will likely have the right part for you in stock.

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Doc,
Yes, please replace the seal.

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call the 1-800 #

The manual is not available online.......Sorry

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The picture looks a lot like a Solo sprayer I have. I wouldn't be surprised if Solo made them for Stanley. Do a search for Solo sprayers. They have a site. My sprayer is a Solo 425

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the darker Seal has come off the plunger at the bottom of the unit , easy 5 min fix , just unscrew the allen keys at the bootonm take off the cover and remove the plunger , you'll see the plunger seal still inside you can fish it out with an allen key or similar tool clip it on again and reassemble

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Lowes or Home depot sells replacement sprayers. Hose to tip all included.

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Is tranny and various speeds working properly? How about the throttle control? Do you have it set for higher speed?

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Try tilting the machine backwards for a few hours. It may be oil on the piston that is causing a vaccum

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The valve-o-rings + [ parbaks seals ] where the pressure can be adjusted with.
Control the water inlet filter or hose that there are no waterlock couplers are used or is mounted
on the wrong site on the hose , that it is used as water inlet on the tap.

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Hi Chris:
It is usually easiest to rest the weight on the tailgate of a pickup truck (or some other device) and then slip out of the harness.
Another technique is to lift bend forward while at the same time rising one shoulder and lowering the other. That will create "slack" on the low shoulder side allowing you to get that arm out.
Cheers

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Disconnect the wand from the washer if you get water coming out of the discharge, the problem is in your wand or the line is plugged going to the wand.

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If you switch the unit on and water spits out of a connection, that's where you either put the O-rings or replace them.

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If it is a screw drive like mine all I needed to do was lube up the screw with a product called "fluid film" and all was ok. The screw was binding making the sensor think the door was blocked and it would go back up.

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