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Looking for replacement Stanley 61814 backpack sprayer parts. Replacement spray nozzle. Know where I can get them?

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well thats metal and where there is metal find someone to tack it back together and brace it on better so it dosent happen again. other then that you would be purchasing a new unit I have found replacement pumps for this unit but not the pump handles so unless there is one out there that is used and needing a home I would proably try to contact the manufactuer themselfs or where you bought the unit ask them if they can order in replacement parts for the unit.

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SOURCE: Stanley 61804N Professional Backpack Poly

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Yes, please replace the seal.

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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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It looks like Sears has parts available.
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