How to Find Graco Airless Paint Sprayer Parts

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How to Find Graco Airless Paint Sprayer Parts
Check your paint sprayer after each job to keep its parts in proper working order. (Jupiterimages/PhotoObjects.net/Getty Images)

Painting professionals keep equipment, like paint sprayers, in perfect working condition to prevent interruptions on the job. As Georgian Lussier of DECO Magazine writes, "Sins of omission in estimating and contracting can pulverise profit before the paint dries." Sprayers with broken, worn-down or old parts slow down on-the-job productivity, decreasing or even totally eliminating the profit margin. Finding Graco Airless (Graco.com) paint sprayer parts locally can be hit or miss unless you are in a big city. Find reliable parts online for most models.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Look on your Graco airless paint sprayer for a model number, serial number and series number or look on your manufacturer directions for the information. For products manufactured after July 30, 1985, the first letters represent the month, the numbers represent the year and the last letter represents the series. The serial number is above the knob on the Paintmaster, on your model display on some models and on the manual cover.

  2. 2

    Look up the broken or worn out paint sprayer part in the Graco instruction manual. Go to the page with the visual diagram of your paint sprayer's parts and match up the image of the part on your machine with the part on the page to find the proper name for the piece. If you have lost your manual, order a replacement manual through the Graco website.

  3. 3

    Call your local paint supply store or home development store to inquire about in-stock replacement parts for your paint sprayer model.

  4. 4

    Order a replacement part from an online paint supplier retailer like Graco or O-Gee Paint (O-Geepaint.com) if you cannot obtain the part locally and have it shipped to your home or business. When choosing an online retailer, pay attention to whether or not the Grace Airless paint sprayer replacement part is in stock, the shipping charges and the shipping time. Select the replacement part by using your model number and replacement part number, select the shipping service and pay for your order.

Tips and warnings

  • The Graco website offers a "used equipment order form" for some replacement parts.
  • Online auctions and Craiglist (Craigslist.org) are additional options for finding used replacement parts.
  • New paint sprayer parts usually have warranties while used parts may not have warranties.

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