Here’s How to Fix a Spray Pattern that is Heavier on One End

A spray pattern, with all the controls on the spray gun wide open, is supposed to be an even, elongated oval shape. If the pattern is heavier on one end than the other, the likely cause is that one or more of the holes in the air cap are plugged up. It’s also possible that the fluid nozzle has been damaged. To determine which, rotate the air cap one-half turn […]

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