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Gofishleech

ATV sprayer

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Just last year about this time I bought a sprayer for food plots. Wored find, did about 8 acres. This year I start to spray some stuff around home with the hand-wand. It sprayed fine for awhile but then started to loose presure. it builds pressure and holds it but when I engage the sprayer it looses it and just trickles out.

Any of you had this problem. It is a pull behind, yellow in color on a green frame. I paid $300 for it and hope it is not for just one years use.

Thanks in advance!!

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The diaphragm in the pump on my Fimco sprayer went out one year, the pump would run but no pressure. Fairly normal maintenance to replace them. Have had an extra backup one for years now and not needed it again.

Call the manufacturer's customer service and talk to them to see what they say. Good luck.

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Thanks, I will give that a try.

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