When a nozzle gets clogged in your Select e-Gun™, you will notice that the shape of the spray will differ from the others. It may be thinner, less wide, and could stop spraying altogether.

It is very important that the nozzles remain completely clear from debris because it can affect your chrome plating in negative ways.

 

IDENTIFYING A CLOGGED NOZZLE

In the video, we have a nozzle that is spraying correctly, and one nozzle that is spraying incorrectly.

As you can see, the nozzle stream is broken and is spraying unevenly.

When the nozzle is in proper working order, the stream is distributed evenly all the way around.

 

There are two nozzles that are more likely to get clogged on the Select e-gun.

The G4 nozzle because it will accumulate residue over time, and the A22 nozzle because it will rust over time if the system has not been cleaned out after usage.

 

CLEANING CLOGGED NOZZLES:

  • Using a screwdriver, remove the clear front plastic cap from the Select e-Gun™.
  • Grab the Cosmichrome nozzle cap tool that was included with your Master System Pro.
  • Using the tool, unscrew the clogged nozzle cap in question and remove it.
  • Remove the metal cap from the tool and insert the needle into the back and the front of the clogged nozzle cap to clear out the debris.

*BE VERY DELICATE WHEN CLEANING – ANY ROUGH MANIPULATION CAN PERMANENTLY DAMAGE THE INSIDE OF THE NOZZLE CAP, THEREBY RUINING YOUR PLATING.*

  • When the nozzle cap is sufficiently cleaned, use your tool to screw it back onto the Select e-Gun™.
  • Be sure to secure the nozzle cap by hand only. Do not overtighten!
  • Using a screwdriver, replace the front plastic cap onto the select e-gun and get back to work!