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lizaberryman

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Your solution isn't screwed on tight enough on the machine and it starts to leek as your spraying!!!! :-S I struggle to get it on really tight does anyone else? I'm having some joint problems at the moment so that doesn't help, and when I get hubby to do it then it's too tight and I can't get it off!!! Lol
 

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Oh wow thanks, wonder if that will help, I may have to purchase x thanks hun
 

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It should work, use it one way to undo, the slide it off the bottom and file over to do up!
 

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I find it easier to tighten with a flannel/small towel to help grip, which is also handy to have to wipe away any drips.

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Hi, i put a layer of vasline all round the thread, and then it doesnt drip, and also makes it a bit easier to undo :D
 

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Yep I have found this too, so I now fill up solution at home (I am mobile) and wipe the inside of the screw on bit of the gun, I also hold the gun stil and screw the pot into the gun (if that makes sense)

And when I have problems opening it, I run abit of warm water around that area and it seems to work :) xx
 

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