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    New gun

    Hey guys .. I bought this gun not to long ago. It has a continues water flow. Don't know why. Any ideas what's up ?
    It's a ST2305. I think I include the pic.

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    Mike W.
    Majestic Window Cleaning Inc.
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    On the off chance that I might be wrong but I would probably lean towards it being defective. Just a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtwing View Post
    On the off chance that I might be wrong but I would probably lean towards it being defective. Just a thought.
    Ya... your probably right I'll order another one . Just figured I see what someone thinks
    Mike W.
    Majestic Window Cleaning Inc.
    Long Island, NY

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    Whack it on the sidewalk. If that doesn't fix it by a 2315
    William
    Chuck Norris can believe it's not butter.

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    On the same note,.I just bought a YRL-51 because my other one was beginning to weep,...I've used this new trigger since last week and it is already weeping. Possible debris,...but I've noticed the last few of these YRL-51 triggers are progressively losing longevity. So,..I don't really think it's debris,..they could just be like many other things,...just getting junkier,..with no quality control.

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    I spend about $30 on my PW guns. Two last longer then one $75 gun. They never last to long with the harsh Chems we put threw them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by offdutyfireman View Post
    Whack it on the sidewalk. If that doesn't fix it by a 2315
    Ok ...I'll give it a try , an next gun I'll try the 2315 Ive been using the ST1500s wanted to try something different

    Quote Originally Posted by Art Oliveri View Post
    I spend about $30 on my PW guns. Two last longer then one $75 gun. They never last to long with the harsh Chems we put threw them.
    I don't know man my ST1500s have been lasting. Although I probably don't use them as much as you guys .
    Mike W.
    Majestic Window Cleaning Inc.
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    Same here. Just put a new one on the truck the start of spring and noticed today it had a steady leak. I have another thats been in use for over 2 years and it seems fine.
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    The only gun I'll buy. The best for downstreaming and minimal restriction on high flow machines, especially with longer hose runs.. very durable. Only had one be bad out of the gate.
    http://www.pressuretek.com/yrl50spraygun.html

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