Product manuals and technical sheet can be downloaded from links below. Items are in Adobe .pdf formate, and can be viewed with the free version of Adobe Acrobat readre. Please email us at help@tampabaytan.com if you need assistance.

TNT and Xena Spraygun Reset Sheet

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Maximist Lite Plus Equipment Manual

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Maximist Spraymate TNT Equipment Manual

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Maximist Spraymate TNT Pro Equipment Manual

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Maximist Allure Xena of Xena Pro Equipment Manual

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Maximist Allure Xena Pro Gun Manual

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Maximist Evolution TNT or Pro Manual

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Maximist Evolution TNT Pro Gun Manual

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Maximist Pro TNT Manual

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Maximist Ultra Pro Manual

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Maximist Ultra Premier Manual

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Units below are older versions, now discontinued. Pre 2016 and earlier

Earlex Tip & Needle Removal Guide

If only cleaning current needle (not replacing) do not discard any parts. Wipe needle with a soft cloth under warm water, and replace old needle back into gun. A gun that spits, or splats, or will not spray solution, should be well cleaned, including removal and cleaning of the needle. If problem continues, check needle for damaged or broken tip, or grooves.

Created : 2013-04-24
File Size : 42.31 Kb
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Earlex Maximist Spraymate Equipment Manual

Created : 2013-04-24
File Size : 840.25 Kb
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Earlex Maximist Pro Gun Parts Breakdown Sheet

Created : 2013-04-24
File Size : 56.17 Kb
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Earlex Maximist and Maximist Pro Equipment Manual

Created : 2013-04-24
File Size : 590.28 Kb
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Earlex Gland Nut Adjustment Guide

The following issues can be related to an improperly adjusted gland nut: Cannot adjust spray pattern (Loosen nut) System continuously sprays solution (Loosen Nut) Needle stuck and will not move (Loosen Nut) Trigger stuck, no movement, or sticks (Loosen Nut) Leakage from the Gland Nut (Tighten Nut Carefully) When adjusting the Gland Nut, do so very carefully, in small 1/16 increments. Do not over tighten, as nut can be damaged or stripped.

Created : 2013-04-24
File Size : 174.36 Kb
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