RepairUltimate NOVAt 395Ultimate Super NOVAt 495/595Airless Sprayers309713G3300 psi (227 bar, 22.7 MPa) Maximum Working PressureUltimateSprayerNOVA 395826014826015826016Super NOVA 495826017826018826019826052826046Super NOVA 595All models not available in all countries.Important Safety InstructionsRead all warnings and instructions in this manual.Save these instructions.826014ti2399Related manuals. . . . . . . 309709. . . . . . . 309250. . . . . . . 309665. . . . . . . 309055. . . . . . . 309639. . . . . . . 309704Table of ContentsComponent Function and Identification . . . . . 4Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7General Repair Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Spin Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Motor Brush Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13On/Off Switch Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15GRACO INC.P.O. BOX 1441Pressure Control Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Drive Housing Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . .Motor Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Displacement Pump Replacement . . . . . . . .Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Graco Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55440--1441ECOPYRIGHT 2003, GRACO INC.Graco Inc. is registered to I.S. EN ISO 9001161920212222
The following Warnings are for the safe setup, use, grounding, maintenance and repair of this equipment. Theexclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure--specific risks.Refer back to these Warnings. Additional, product--specific warnings may be found throughout the body of thismanual where applicable.WARNINGFIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDFlammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in work area can ignite or explode. To helpprevent fire and explosion:D Use equipment only in well ventilated area.D Eliminate all ignition sources; such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps, and plasticdrop clothes (potential static arc).D Keep work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and gasoline.D Sprayer generates sparks. When flammable liquid is used in or near sprayer or for flushing orcleaning, keep sprayer at least 20 ft (6 m) away from explosive vapors.D Do not clean with materials having flash points lower than 70 F (21 C). Use water--based materials or mineral spirits type material only. For complete information about your fluid, request theMSDS from the fluid distributor or retailer.D Do not plug or unplug power cords or turn lights on or off when flammable fumes are present.D Ground equipment and conductive objects in work area. Read Grounding instructions.D If there is static sparking or you feel a shock, stop operating immediately. Do not use equipmentuntil you identify and correct the problem.D Keep a fire extinguisher in the work area.ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARDImproper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric shock.D Turn off and disconnect power cord before servicing equipment.D Use only grounded electrical outletsD Use only 3--wire extension cords.D Ensure ground prongs are intact on sprayer and extension cords.D Do not expose to rain. Store indoors.SKIN INJECTION HAZARDHigh pressure fluid from gun, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce skin. This may look likejust a cut, but it is a serious injury that can result in amputation. Seek immediate surgical treatment.D Do not point gun at anyone or any part of the body.D Do not put your hand over the spray tip.D Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag.D Do not spray without tip guard and trigger guard installed.D Engage trigger lock when not spraying.D Follow Pressure Relief Procedure in this manual, when you stop spraying and before cleaning,checking or servicing equipment.2309713
WARNINGEQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARDMisuse can cause death or serious injury.INSTRUCTIONSD Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated systemcomponent. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals.D Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data inall equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer’s warnings. For complete informationabout your material, request MSDS from distributor or retailer.D Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine Gracoreplacement parts only.D Do not alter or modify equipment.D Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your Graco distributor for information.D Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts and hot surfaces.D Do not kink or overbend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment.D Keep children and animals away from work area.D Comply with all applicable safety regulations.D Do not operate equipment when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.PRESSURIZED ALUMINUM PARTS HAZARDDo not use 1,1,1-trichloroethane, methylene chloride, other halogenated hydrocarbon solvents orfluids containing such solvents in this equipment. Such use could result in a serious chemical reaction,with the possibility of explosion, which could cause death, serious injury and/or substantial propertydamage.MOVING PARTS HAZARDMoving parts can pinch or amputate fingers and other body parts.D Keep clear of moving parts.D Do not operate equipment with protective guards or covers removed.D Pressurized equipment can start without warning. Before checking, moving, or servicing equipment, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure in this manual. Disconnect power or air supply.PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTYou must wear appropriate protective equipment when operating, servicing, or when in the operatingarea of the equipment to help protect you from serious injury, including eye injury, inhalation of toxicfumes, burns, and hearing loss. This equipment includes, but is not limited to:D Protective eye wear.D Clothing and respirator as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufacturer.D Gloves.D Hearing protection.3097133
Component Identification and FunctionHGABVKRPUSti2377aJTNFti2399MEFig. 14DAMotorDC motor, permanent magnet, totally enclosed, fan cooledBDrive AssemblyTransfers power from DC motor to displacement pumpDDisplacement PumpTransfers fluid to be sprayed from source through spray gunEFluid OutletSpray gun is connected hereFPrime ValveUsed to prime and drain sprayer (also relieves fluid outlet pressure) when openGFluid FilterFinal filter of fluid to spray gunHPressure Adjusting KnobControls fluid outlet pressureJPressure ControlControls motor speed to maintain fluid outlet pressure at displacement pumpoutlet. Works with pressure adjusting knob.KON/OFF SwitchPower switch that controls main power to sprayerM50 ft (15 m) Main Hose1/4 in. ID, grounded, nylon hose with spring guards on both endsNSpray GunHigh pressure spray gun with gun safety latchPSpray TipUses high pressure fluid to clear tip clogs without removing tip from spray gunRHandTitet Tip GuardTip guard reduces risk of injection injurySGun Safety LatchGun safety latch inhibits accidental triggering of spray gun. Contractor II gunshown. Refer to your gun manual to properly set your gun safety latch.TPower Cord RackHolds wrapped power cord for storageUSuction HoseTransfers fluid to be sprayed from source to pumpVDrain TubeFluid outlet used to drain and prime the sprayer309713
General Repair InformationPressure Relief ProcedureWARNINGINJECTION HAZARDSystem pressure must be manuallyrelieved to prevent system from startingor spraying accidentally. Fluid under highpressure can be injected through skin and causeserious injury. To reduce risk of injury from injection, splashing fluid, or moving parts, follow Pressure Relief Procedure whenever you:DDDDare instructed to relieve pressure,stop spraying,check or service any system equipment,or install or clean spray tip.184.108.40.206.Lock gun safety latch.Turn ON/OFF switch to OFF.Unplug power supply cord.Unlock gun safety latch. Hold metal part of gunfirmly to grounded metal pail. Trigger gun to relievepressure.5. Lock gun safety latch.6. Open pressure drain valve. Leave pressure drainvalve open until ready to spray again.If suspected that spray tip or hose is completelyclogged, or that pressure has not been fully relievedafter following steps above, VERY SLOWLY loosen tipguard retaining nut or hose end coupling to relievepressure gradually, then loosen completely. Now cleartip or hose obstruction.CAUTIONTo reduce risk of pressure control malfunction:DUse needle nose pliers to disconnect wire. Neverpull on wire, pull on connector.DMate wire connectors properly. Center flat blade ofinsulated male connector in female connector.DRoute wires carefully to avoid interference withother connections of pressure control. Do not pinchwires between cover and control box.1. Keep all screws, nuts, washers, gaskets, andelectrical fittings removed during repair procedures. These parts are not normally provided withreplacement assemblies.WARNINGELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARDMOVING PARTS HAZARDTo reduce risk of serious injury, includingelectric shock, do not touch moving orelectrical parts with fingers or tools whiletesting repair. Shut off and unplug sprayer when inspection is complete. Install allcovers, gaskets, screws, washers andshroud before operating sprayer.2. Test repair after problem is corrected.3. If sprayer does not operate properly, reviewrepair procedure to verify procedure was donecorrectly. If necessary, see Troubleshooting Guide,pages 7 -- 11, for other possible solutions.WARNINGHOT SURFACES HAZARDEXPLOSION HAZARDMotor housing may be very hot duringoperation and could burn skin if touched.Flammable materials spilled on hot, baremotor could cause fire or explosion.Have motor shroud in place duringoperation to reduce risk of burns, fire orexplosion or cut fingers.CAUTIONDo not run sprayer dry for more than 30 seconds toavoid damaging pump packings.4. Install motor shroud before operation of sprayer and replace if damaged. Motor shroud directscooling air around motor to prevent overheating. Itcan reduce risk of burns, fire or explosion, or cutfingers; see preceding WARNING.3097135
GroundingWARNINGYour system must be grounded. Read Warnings,page 2.The sprayer requires:Fluid supply container: follow local codes.GroundedOutletsGrounding Plugti3001bSolvent pails used when flushing: follow localcode. Only use conductive metal pails, placed ongrounded surface such as concrete. Do not place thepail on a nonconductive surface, such as paper orcardboard, which interrupts grounding continuity.Grounding the metal pail: connect a ground wire tothe pail by clamping one end to pail and other end toground such as a water pipe.Fig. 2D 100--120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 15A circuit with a grounding receptacle.D Do not alter ground prong or use adapter.D Do not use sprayer if the electrical cord has adamaged ground prong. Only use an extensioncord with an undamaged, 3--prong plug.Maintaining grounding continuity when flushingor relieving pressure: hold metal part of spray gunfirmly to the side of a grounded metal pail, then triggergun.Recommended extension cord lengths:D 120 Vac: 300 ft (90 m) 12 AWG (1.0 mm) , 3 wirewith grounding prongLong lengths reduce sprayer performance.Spray gun: ground through connection to a properlygrounded fluid hose and pump.6309713ti6762aFig. 3
TroubleshootingRelieve pressure; page 5.MOTOR WON’T OPERATETYPE OF PROBLEMWHAT TO CHECKIf check is OK, go to next checkBasic Fluid PressureProblems1. Pressure control knob setting. Motor will not run 1. Slowly increase pressure setting to see if moif at minimum setting (fully counterclockwise).tor starts.Basic MechanicalProblemsWHAT TO DOWhen check is not OK refer to this column2. Spray tip or fluid filter may be clogged.2. Relieve pressure and clear clog or clean filter; refer to separate gun or tip instructionmanual.1. Pump (41) for frozen or hardened paint.1. Thaw sprayer if water or water-based painthas frozen in sprayer. Place sprayer in warmarea to thaw. Do not start sprayer untilthawed completely. If paint hardened (dried)in sprayer, replace pump packings. Seepage 21 (Displacement Pump Replacement).2. Displacement pump connecting rod pin (9a). 2. Push pin into place and secure with spring rePin must be completely pushed into connectingtainer.rod (9) and retaining spring (9b) must be firmlyin groove of pump pin. See Fig. 11.3. Motor (54). Remove drive housing assembly 3. Replace motor (54) if fan won’t turn. See(42). See page 19. Try to rotate fan by hand.page 20.Basic Electrical Problems1. Motor control board. Board shuts down and dis- 1. See Motor Control Board Diagnostics,plays error code.page16.2. Electrical supply:Meter must read 85--130 Vac.2. Reset building circuit breaker; replace building fuse. Try another outlet.3. Extension cord. Check extension cord continu- 3. Replace extension cord.ity with volt meter.4. Sprayer power supply cord (56). Inspect for 4. Replace power supply cord.damage such as broken insulation or wires.3097137
TroubleshootingMOTOR WON’T OPERATE (Continued)TYPE OF PROBLEMWHAT TO CHECKIf check is OK, go to next checkBasic Electrical Problems(continued)1. That motor leads are securely fastened and 1. Replace loose terminals; crimp to leads. Beproperly mated.sure terminals are firmly connected.WHAT TO DOWhen check is not OK refer to this columnClean circuit board terminals. Securely reconnect leads.2. For loose motor brush lead connections and ter- 2. Tighten terminal screws. Replace brushes ifminals. See page 13.leads are damaged. See page13.3. Brush length which must be 1/2 in. minimum. 3. Replace brushes. See page13.See page 13.NOTE: Brushes do not wear at the same rate onboth sides of motor. Check both brushes.4. For broken or misaligned motor brush springs. 4. Replace spring if broken. Realign spring withRolled portion of spring must rest squarely onbrush. See page 13.top of brush. See page 13.5. Motor brushes may be binding in brush holders. 5. Clean brush holders. Remove carbon withSee page 13.small cleaning brush. Align brush leads withslot in brush holder to assure free verticalbrush movement.6. Motor armature commutator for burn spots, 6. Remove motor and have motor shop resurgouges and extreme roughness.face commutator if possible. See page 20.See page 13.7. Motor armature for shorts using armature tester 7. Replace motor. See page 20.(growler) or perform spin test. See page 12.Refer to wiring diagram, Fig. 1. Power supply cord (56). Connect volt meter be- 1. Replace power supply cord.tween TP1 (neutral) and L2.8, to identify test points (TP).Plug in sprayer. Meter must read 85--130 Vac.Unplug sprayer.2. ON/OFF switch (58). Connect volt meter be- 2. Replace ON/OFF switch. See page 15.tween L1 and L2 terminal on ON/OFF switch.Plug in sprayer and turn ON.Meter must read 85--130 Vac3. All terminals for damage or loose fit.83097133. Replace damaged terminals and reconnectsecurely.
TroubleshootingLOW OR FLUCTUATING OUTPUTTYPE OF PROBLEMWHAT TO CHECKIf check is OK, go to next checkWHAT TO DOWhen check is not OK refer to this columnLow Output1. For worn spray tip.1. Follow Pressure Relief Procedure Warning, then replace tip. See your separategun or tip manual.2. Verify pump does not continue to stroke when 2. Service pump. See page 21.gun trigger is released.3. Filter clogged.3. Relieve pressure. Check and clean filter.4. Prime valve leaking.4. Relieve pressure. Repair prime valve.5. Suction hose connections.5. Tighten any loose connections.6. Electrical supply with volt meter.Meter must read 85--130 Vac.Low voltages reduce sprayer performance.6. Reset building circuit breaker; replacebuilding fuse. Repair electrical outlet or tryanother outlet.7. Extension cord size and length; must be at least 7. Replace with a correct, grounded exten12 gauge wire and no longer than 300 ft. Longersion cord.cord lengths reduce sprayer performance.8. Leads from motor to pressure control circuit 8. Be sure male terminal blades are centeredboard (49) for damaged or loose wires or conand firmly connected to female terminals.nectors. Inspect wiring insulation and terminalsReplace any loose terminal or damagedfor signs of overheating.wiring. Securely reconnect terminals.9. For loose motor brush leads and terminals. See 9. Tighten terminal screws. Replace brushespage 13.if leads are damaged. See page 13.10.For worn motor brushes which must be 1/2 in. 10. Replace brushes. See page 13.minimum. See page 13.11. For broken and misaligned motor brush 11. Replace spring if broken. Realign springsprings. Rolled portion of spring must restwith brush. See page13.squarely on top of brush.12.Motor brushes for binding in brush holders. See 12.Clean brush holders, remove carbon dustpage 13.with small cleaning brush. Align brush leadwith slot in brush holder to assure free vertical brush movement.13.Low stall pressure.13. Do either or both:a. Turn pressure control knob fullyclockwise. Make sure pressurecontrol knob is properly installed toallow full clockwise position.b.Try a new transducer.14.Motor armature for shorts by using an armature 14.Replace motor. See page 20.tester (growler) or perform spin test. Seepage 12.3097139
TroubleshootingLOW OR FLUCTUATING OUTPUTTYPE OF PROBLEMWHAT TO CHECKIf check is OK, go to next checkWHAT TO DOWhen check is not OK refer to this columnMotor runs and pump strokes1. Paint supply.1. Refill and reprime pump.2. Intake strainer clogged.2. Remove and clean, then reinstall.3. Suction tube or fittings loose.3. Tighten; use thread sealant or sealing tapeon threads if necessary.4. To see if intake valve ball and piston ball are 4. Remove intake valve and clean. Checkseating properly. See page 21.balls and seats for nicks; replace if necessary, page 21. Strain paint before using toremove particles that could clog pump.5. Leaking around throat packing nut which may 5. Replace packings, page 21. Also checkindicate worn or damaged packings. Seepiston valve seat for hardened paint orpage 21.nicks and replace if necessary. Tightenpacking nut/wet-cup.6. Pump rod damage.6. Repair pump, page 21.Motor runs but pump does not 1. Displacement pump pin (32) (damaged or 1. Replace pump pin if missing. Be sure remissing), page 21.tainer spring (31) is fully in groove allstrokearound connecting rod, page 21.2. Connecting rod assembly (43) for damage, 2. Replace connecting rod assembly,page 19.page 19.3. Gears or drive housing, page 19.103097133. Inspect drive housing assembly and gearsfor damage and replace if necessary,page 19.
TroubleshootingMOTOR IS HOT AND RUNS INTERMITTENTLYTYPE OF PROBLEMWHAT TO CHECKIf check is OK, go to next checkWHAT TO DOWhen check is not OK refer to this columnMotor is hot and runs intermit- 1. Determine if sprayer was operated at high 1. Decrease pressure setting or increase tippressure with small tips, which causes lowsize.tently.motor RPM and excessive heat build up.2. Be sure ambient temperature where sprayer 2. Move sprayer to shaded, cooler area if possible.is located is no more than 90 F and sprayeris not located in direct sun.ELECTRICAL SHORTTYPE OF PROBLEMWHAT TO CHECKIf check is OK, go to next checkWHAT TO DOWhen check is not OK refer to this columnBuilding circuit breaker opens 1. All electrical wiring for damaged insulation, and 1. Repair or replace any damaged wiring orall terminals for loose fit or damage. Also wiresterminals. Securely reconnect all wires.as soon as sprayer switch isbetween pressure control and motor. See pageturned on.20.CAUTIONAny short in any part of themotor power circuit will causethe control circuit to inhibitsprayer operation. Correctlydiagnose and repair all shortsbefore checking and replacing control board.2. For missing inspection plate gasket (see page 2. Correct faulty conditions.20), bent terminal forks or other metal to metalcontact points which could cause a short.3. Motor armature for shorts. Use an armature 3. Replace motor. See page 20.tester (growler) or perform spin test. See page12. Inspect windings for burns.4. Motor control board (49) by performing motor 4. Replace with a new pressure control boardcontrol board diagnostics on page 16. If diag(35). See page 18.nostics indicate, substitute with a good board.CAUTION: Do not perform this check until motor armature is determined to be good. A badmotor armature can burn out a good board.1. Basic Electrical Problems on page 7.Building circuit breaker opensas soon as sprayer is pluggedinto outlet and sprayer is NOTturned on.1. Perform necessary procedures.2. ON/OFF switch (58) See page 15. Be sure 2. Replace ON/OFF switch. See page 15.sprayer is unplugged! Disconnect wires fromswitch. Check switch with ohmmeter. Readingmust be infinity with ON/OFF switch OFF, andzero with switch ON.3. For damaged or pinched wires in pressure con- 3. Replace damaged parts. See page 18.trol. See page 18.Sprayer quits after sprayer op- 1. Basic Electrical Problems on page 7.erates for 5 to 10 minutes.2. Electrical supply with volt meter.Meter must read 85--130 Vac.1. Perform necessary procedures.2. If voltage is too high, do not operatesprayer until corrected.3. Tightness of pump packing nut. Over tightening 3. Loosen packing nut. Check for leakingtightens packings on rod, restricts pump action,around throat. Replace pump packings, ifand damages packings.necessary. See page 21.30971311
Spin TestSetupArmature, Brushes, and Motor Wiring OpenCircuit Test (Continuity)Electric Shock Hazard; page 5.To check armature, motor winding and brush electricalcontinuity:1.Relieve pressure; page 5.1. Connect red and black motor leads with test lead.Turn motor fan by hand at about two revolutionsper second.2. If uneven or no resistance, check for: broken brushsprings, brush leads, motor leads; loose brushterminal screws, motor lead terminals; wornbrushes. Repair as needed; page 13.3. If still uneven or no resistance, replace motor;page 20.2. Remove drive housing; page 19.3. Fig. 4. Remove pressure control cover (50). Disconnect connector (F).50F4. Fig. 5. Remove motor shroud (23) and inspectioncovers (A).Armature Short Circuit TestQuickly turn motor fan by hand. If no electrical shorts,motor coasts two or three revolutions before completestop. If motor does not spin freely, armature isshorted. Replace motor; page 20.12309713Fig. 4ti2572a
Motor Brush ReplacementThe 395/495/595 sprayer’s motors are supplied by two different motor manufacturers. Style A motor has brushcaps held on with screws. Style B has brush caps that snap onto the motor. Determine which style motor you areservicing and refer to the appropriate illustration in the following instructions.Motor Brush Removal2.Replace brushes worn to less than 1/2 in. Brusheswear differently on each side of motor, check bothsides. Brush Repair Kit 287735 is available.Relieve pressure; page 5.3. Fig. 5. Remove motor shroud and two inspectioncovers (A).1. Read General Repair Information; page 5.AAti2571aStyle AAStyle BFig. 54. Fig. 6. Push in spring clip (A) to release hook (B)from brush holder (C). Pull out spring clip (A).1Included in Brush Repair Kit2Minimum 0.5” (12.5 mm)CF5. Fig. 6. Pull brush lead (D) off of terminal (E).Remove brush (F).1Motor lead; do not disconnect2Minimum 0.5” (12.5 mm)3Included in Brush Repair Kit21FBA22C1ti4194aB DEEti2542Style A3A DStyle Bti4195aFig. 66. Inspect commutator for excessive pitting, burningor gouging. A black color on commutator is normal.Have commutator resurfaced by a motor repairshop if brushes wear too fast.30971313
Motor Brush ReplacementMotor Brush InstallationCAUTIONWhen installing brushes, follow all steps carefully toavoid damaging parts.FCBAACFDti4194aEDStyle AFig. 71. Fig. 7. Install new brush (F) with lead into brushholder (C).c.EStyle B1ti4195aTurn sprayer ON. Slowly increase pressureuntil motor is at full speed.2. Fig. 7. Slide brush lead (D) onto terminal (E).3. Fig. 7. Install spring clip (A). Push down to sethook (B) into brush holder (C).4. Repeat for other side.5. Test brushes.a. Remove pump (41); Displacement PumpReplacement, page 21.b. With sprayer OFF, turn pressure control knobfully counterclockwise to minimum pressure.Plug in sprayer.14309713CAUTIONDo not run sprayer dry for more than 30 secondswhile checking brushes to avoid damaging displacement pump packings.6. Install brush inspection covers and gaskets.7. Break in brushes.a. Operate sprayer 1 hour with no load.b. Install pump (41); Displacement Pump Replacement, page 21.
On/Off Switch ReplacementRemovalInstallation1.Relieve pressure; page 5.2. Fig. 8. Remove four screws (12) and pressurecontrol cover (50).1. Install new ON/OFF switch (58). Install locking ringand toggle boot (30).2. Connect two wires (A) to ON/OFF switch.3. Disconnect two wires (A) from ON/OFFswitch (58).4. Remove toggle boot (30) and locking ring. RemoveON/OFF switch (58).3. Install pressure control cover (50) with fourscrews tchRef 58PowerPlugRef 56BlackBlackTP1Potentiometer Ref 37L2 L1BlackWhiteBlackPressureTransducerRef 38GreenRed ( )Black (--)from MotorFig. 82 x Whiteti2471a30971315
Pressure Control RepairMotor Control BoardInstallation1. Clean pad on rear of motor control board. Applysmall amount of thermal compound 073019 to pad.RemovalRefer to Fig. 8.1.Relieve pressure; page 5.2. Fig. 8. Install motor control board (49) with sixscrews (6).2. Remove four screws (12) and cover (50).3. Connect all leads to motor control board (49). SeeFig. 8.3. Disconnect all leads to motor control board (49).4. Bundle and tie all loose wires so none lay in contact with inductor coil (not 120 Vac sprayers).4. Remove six screws (6) and circuit board (49).5. Install cover (50) with four screws (12).Motor Control Board DiagnosticsNote: Keep a new transducer on hand to use for test.CAUTIONDo not allow sprayer to develop fluid pressure without transducer installed. Leave drain valve open iftest transducer is used.1. For sprayers with digital display, see Digital Display Messages, page 17.2. Remove four screws (12) and cover (50).See Fig. 8.3. Turn ON/OFF switch ON.4. Observe LED operation and reference followingtable:5.Relieve pressure and unplug sprayer before servicing control board; page 5.LEDBLINKSSPRAYER OPERATIONINDICATESWHAT TO DOOnceSprayer runsNormal operationDo nothingTwo timesrepeatedlySprayer shuts down and LED continues to Run away pressure. Pressure greater than 4500 psiblink two times repeatedly(310 bar, 31 MPa) or damaged pressure transducer.Replace motor control board orpressure transducer.Three timesrepeatedlySprayer shuts down and LED continues to Pressure transducer isfaulty or missingblink three times repeatedlyCheck transducer connection.Open drain valve. Substitutenew transducer for transducerin sprayer. If sprayer runs, replace transducer.Four timesrepeatedlySprayer shuts down and LED continues to Line voltage is too highblink four times repeatedlyCheck for voltage supply problemsFive timesrepeatedlySprayer does not start or shuts down andLED continues to blink five times repeatedlyMotor faultCheck for locked rotor, shortedwiring or disconnected motor.Repair or replace failed parts.Six timesrepeatedlySprayer shuts down and LED blinks sixtimes repeatedlyMotor is too hot or there is afault in the motor thermaldeviceAllow sprayer to cool. If sprayer runs correctly when cool,check motor fan function andair fow. Keep sprayer in coollocation. If sprayer does notrun when cool and continues toblink 6 times, replace motor.16309713
Pressure Control RepairDigital Display MessagesNo display does not mean that sprayer is not pressurized. Relieve pressure before repair; page 5.DISPLAYNo DisplaypsibarMPaSPRAYER OPERATIONINDICATIONSprayer stops. Power is not applied. Loss of powerSprayer may be pressurized.ACTIONCheck power source. Relieve pressure before repair or disassembly.Sprayer is pressurized. Power isapplied. (Pressure varies with tipsize and pressure control setting.)Normal operationSpraySprayer may continue to run.Power is applied.Pressure greater than4500 psi (310 bar, 31MPa) or pressure transducer faultyReplace pressure control board orpressure transducer.Sprayer stops. Power is applied.Pressure transducerfaulty, bad connectionor broken wire.Check transducer connection.Open drain valve. Substitute newtransducer for transducer in sprayer. If sprayer runs, replace transducer.Sprayer stops. Power is applied.Line voltage too highCheck for voltage supply problemSprayer does not start or stops.Power is applied.Motor faultCheck for locked rotor, shorted wiring or disconnected motor. Repairor replace failed parts.Sprayer stops. Power is applied.Motor it too hot.Allow sprayer to cool. If sprayerruns correctly when cool, checkmotor fan function and air fow.Keep sprayer in cool location. Ifsprayer does not run when cooland continues to blink 6 times, replace motor.Power is applied.Pressure less than 200psi (14 bar, 1.4 MPa)Increase pressure if desired. Drainvalve may be open.Sprayer stops. Power is applied.Empty paint pail. Lossof pressure.Refill paint pail. Check for leaks orclogged pump inlet. Repeat Startup procedure.30971317
Pressure Control RepairPressure Control TransducerPressure Adjust PotentiometerRemovalRefer to Fig. 8.RemovalRefer to Fig. 8.1.Relieve pressure; page 220.127.116.11.5.Remove four screws (12) and cover (50).Disconnect lead (E) from motor control board (49).Remove two screws (47) and filter housing (15).Thread transducer lead plastic connector downthrough transducer grommet (20).6. Remove pressure control transducer (38) andpacking o-ring (3) from filter housing.Installation1. Install packing o-ring (3) and pressure controltransducer (38) in filter housing (15). Torque to30--35 ft-lb.2. Thread transducer lead plastic connector upthrough transducer grommet (20).3. Install filter housing (15) with two screws (47).4. Connect
Sprayer NOVA 395 826014 826015 826016 Super NOVA 495 826017 826018 826019 Super NOVA 595 826052 826046 All models not available in all countries. Table of Contents Component Function and Identification 4. Grounding 6. Troubleshooting 7. General Repair Information 5.
Parts Drawing - Control Box and Board Ultimate Nova/Super Nova 37 56 12 58 11 51 50 6 48 49 9537A 19 7 30 47 395 495 595 Parts List - Control Box and Board Ultimate Nova/Super Nova 395, 495, 595 Ref. Part Description Qty. Ref. Part Description Qty. 6 115494 SCREW, mach, phillps, pan hd 6 7
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Ultra 395 PC, Ultimate NOVA 395 PC, Ultra 395 PC Pro 3300 psi (228 bar, 22.8 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure See page 3 for additional model information. Important Safety Instructions Read all warnings and instructions in this manual, in related manuals, and on the unit, before using the equipment.
Ultra 395 PC, Ultimate NOVA 395 PC, Ultra 395 PC Pro 3300 psi (228 bar, 22.8 MPa) Maximum Working Pressure See page 3 for additional model information. Important Safety Instructions Read all warnings and instructions in this manual, in related manuals, and on the unit, before using the equipment.
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archaeological resource within a particular area or 'site' in order to make an assessment of its merit in context (using the HER, historic maps and other resources) Post-excavation Assessment (PXA) It is fairly unlikely that you will need to produce one of these as they are generally a planning requirement and/or for large sites with lots of finds. A post- excavation assessment report should .