wrench for purple HF HVLP gun

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Forum topic by HD03KING posted 12-28-2015 01:17 AM 1873 views 0 times favorited 8 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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12-28-2015 01:17 AM

Anyone know where to get a wrench for the purple HF HVLP spray gun. They wasn’t one in the box and I can’t get the fluid tip nozzle to come loose.



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#1 posted 12-28-2015 01:38 AM

This one? The pic says a 19mm wrench sold separately. Time to get some metric wrenches. Or use a crescent wrench or channel locks. You’ll scratch the finish but who cares?

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#2 posted 12-28-2015 02:02 AM

The gun comes with a multi-function wrench and cleaning brush:

It’s made from stamped metal, and the plastic part slips over one end to form a handle of sorts. It also comes with pins that can be inserted into the holes in the wrench so you can unscrew the brass part the fluid nozzle screws into. A regular wrench won’t work, as it would be too thick… although you could grind one down skinny enough to work. And while it says 19mm, it is actually too big and a very sloppy fit (surprise!), almost to the point of being useless.

When I bought mine years ago, I had read about people getting them and not having the accessories package in the box (wrench, pins and brush), so I opened up the box before purchasing to verify it was there. The first two boxes I opened didn’t have them, but the third (and last one on the shelf) did.

If you have recently purchased the gun, I’m sure you could go back to the store and they will grab the wrench and brush out of one on the shelf and give it to you – pretty sure that is what happened to the first two boxes I opened up to check :)

Alternatively, it shouldn’t be screwed on too tight – so try wrapping it with leather or a piece of old inner tube and using some pliers to loosen it.


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#3 posted 12-28-2015 02:28 AM

Yes that is what I did today took the whole thing back because it was missing the air regulator too. That’s what I get for not checking the box before leaving the store.

Thanks for the help

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#4 posted 12-28-2015 12:47 PM

Yeah, you gotta look inside boxes there if possible. I bought a sprayer ant the regulator was cracked and full of spider webs. I don’t need a poisonous Chinese spider to be the cause of my death.

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#5 posted 12-28-2015 12:56 PM

When they go on sale, the wrench is $9.99 at HF. It also comes with a free new gun.

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#6 posted 12-28-2015 01:08 PM

I have two of those units. The beauty of these is if you spray something really bad that would usually muck up a gun for life, use one of these and just toss it after.

-- Paul, Tennessee,

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#7 posted 12-28-2015 02:10 PM

The fluid nozzle is sealed with some kind of bullet proof, tsunami resistant, nuclear cement. I bent the wrench trying to remove the nozzle to clean it before use. I ended up heating the spray gun with my heat gun. Finally got it off and cleaned.
You will find all sorts of junk inside the gun, so clean well before the first use.


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#8 posted 02-11-2017 11:04 PM

I know this is an old thread, but these guns don’t come with tools anymore. Anyone know where to pick up a wrench? HF should sell the wrenches separately if they aren’t going to include them. Id pay a couple bucks for one. The alternative is ugly. I had to put adjustable pliars to it with cloth wrapped around the jaws. It still tore it up pretty good but at least I was able to take the gun apart to clean it up.

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