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· Just one of the guys
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Go to your local jobbers and get a gun cleaning kit for just a few bucks. Buy a gallon of lacquer thinner. Get an empty gallon can, pour all the thinner in it, disassemble the gun and put all the parts in there to soak. Pull all of the adjustments screws and metering rods out. If you have use a catalyzed paint you might have to let it soak for a few days. Use the gun cleaning kit and clean each part seperately. Take your time as it will take some time to do. Also use a small wire and clean the holes on the tip being careful not to open them up to a larger size. Keep a gallon can with a lid on it full of lacquer thinner and the next time you use your gun empty it out, spray some cleaner thru it, then put it in the gallon can to soak.

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