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    spray gun switch?

    ok i have a old binks gun that was on a 1gt pressure feed setup,, could i put this gun on a 2qt pressure pot? i have a wagner hvlp pressure pot and for some reason it just wont push sealer well? so am looking to try another gun or get another setup.. i fought this thing all afternoon just to spray sealer.. it was all cleaned out and today it would run right then quit.. back flush it and then it would go again for awhile and later it decided to spray at waist level but not above my head.. it almost flew over to toms house today if any one has any ideas what is going on i am all ears.. it acts like there was something plugging that gun then would free up but i had strained the sealer and cleaned this gun and hoses completely before i started..
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    The spray gods did not favor you today try again tomorrow.
    I really hate that mess with the gun all day and finally give up. Go out tomorrow and give it one more shot and it works just fine.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Oh as for your question if they both run at the same PSI I don't see why you couldn't
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    i dont know if the old one is a hvlp gun or not chuck? and the other one is setup for a turbine
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    Short answer YES
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    well would this needle size work for wood finish or is it to big? 1.7 vrs a 1.2? gun
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    well it was the same show today for most of the game but the last qtr it came around.. actually it didnt work exactly right but it did spray the top coat.. so must be chuck sent good vibes this way just a little late for the start of the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    well it was the same show today for most of the game but the last qtr it came around.. actually it didnt work exactly right but it did spray the top coat.. so must be chuck sent good vibes this way just a little late for the start of the game.
    Not too late you got up to early
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    Chuck there aint a fly on you. Sharp as an arrow in that rebuttal.

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