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Service and Repair
 
Note: Always wear rubber gloves, safety goggles and appropriate protective clothing when repairing a sprayer. Once a repair is completed, fill the unit with clean water, pressurize, and check for leaks. If the sprayer leaks, DO NOT USE. Repair leaks and re-check.
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