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Kurt Becker

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If the Coldfogger is left unused for a period of time, it is possible for the intake valve to stick to the body of the valve, preventing it from priming.

Fortunately, this is easy to fix.

Simply remove the intake line by hand from the top of the pump and insert the end of a pencil or pen. Push the intake valve to free it from the body of the intake and reassemble the intake.

Try starting the unit again. This should allow the unit to prime.



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The new CFAR Coldfogger uses a different, self-priming pump. This pump, in combination with the agitation pump, should prime right away when power is turned on.

If priming does not occur, ensure that the intake is not blocked or restricted. If the unit has been used without a filter, the unit may have developed a clog at the restrictor plate before the spray pump intake.

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