How To Attach A Fan Nozzle On A TMD14 Backpack Fogger Mist Blower

The Tomahawk 3.7 Gallon Backpack Mosquito Fogger comes equipped with a highly efficient fan nozzle that has a rotation speed of 7300 RPM for optimal spray coverage. The fan nozzle is located at the end of the tube on your Backpack Fogger. 


Replacing the fan nozzle is quick and simple, follow these steps to get your backpack fogger running great again:


What You Will Need



Step 1:

Use needle nose pliers to clamp the clip that is attached to the clear tube and blower tube. Remove the clip off of the clear tube.

Step 2:

Remove the clear tube from the nipple of the fan nozzle.

Step 3:

Remove the fan nozzle from the tube.

Step 4:

Attach your new fan nozzle to the end of the blower pipe.

Step 5:

Reattach the clear tube to the nipple of the fan nozzle.

Step 6:

Use needle nose pliers to clamp and fasten the clip.

Step 7:

Move the clip over the clear pipe to secure onto the nipple of the fan nozzle. 


Your TMD14 Backpack Fogger is now ready to use! 


We hope this guide helped you get the most out of your backpack sprayer. Check back in to Tomahawk's comprehensive library of manuals, assembly guides, videos, & more to power your world!

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