Opening a Powerpak Gun

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DavidTheDankEngine
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Opening a Powerpak Gun

Postby DavidTheDankEngine » Sat Jun 04, 2016 7:15 pm

Does anyone know how to open a Powerpak gun? I've undone all of the screws but its still being held together at the nozzle selector. The problem with the gun is that the nozzle selector doesn't rotate. Has anyone encountered this issue with the Powerpak before?
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Tim
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Re: Opening a Powerpak Gun

Postby Tim » Sun Jun 05, 2016 8:28 am

Perhaps this link can help you...

http://www.isoaker.com/Tech/Repairs/rep ... select.php

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Re: Opening a Powerpak Gun

Postby DavidTheDankEngine » Sun Jun 05, 2016 5:01 pm

The issue with my powerpak is that the nozzle is stuck in place. The powerpak doesn't have a plate screw on the front, the QFD nozzle is where this screw would be on other soakers. Also, even though I've taken all the screws off, one of the sides of the shell is still stuck on. It wont come off because the nozzle selector gets in the way.
Edit:
In a completely mystical turn of events, the nozzle selector turns again. I'm not sure what did it; either me pulling the trigger a few times while it was open or trying to take the shell off by flapping it like a butterfly wing. This "repair" is just as mystifying to me as the issue itself lol. I assume that the spring loaded part that locks the selector into place was misaligned and put back into place by all of my monkeying around.

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Re: Opening a Powerpak Gun

Postby Tim » Sun Jun 05, 2016 7:40 pm

Interesting. The link below implies that it just sort of spins off.

http://www.dukesoakem.com/loosetriggervalverepair.html

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Re: Opening a Powerpak Gun

Postby marauder » Mon Jun 06, 2016 9:48 am

I think I had the same issue, which is why I never had any disassembled pictures for my review. If you can, spray some lube in there to make sure it doesn't get stuck again.
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