How to Attach a Handle Press Shut-off Valve Trigger for the TPS25 Backpack Sprayer

If you are looking for more versatility for your backpack sprayer, you can swap out the standard valve handle for a Handle Press Shut-off Valve. Great for single hand spraying, use this comfortable handle for greater range of motion when spraying your landscape.


Follow this quick guide to get you spraying today!

What You Will Need

  • Backpack Sprayer (TPS25)
  • Handle Press Valve


Step 1: 
Remove all parts from the box. 
Step 2: 
Attach the hose directly to the sprayer's pump on the right side of the sprayer.
Step 3: 
Tighten the hose securely by twisting clockwise. 
Step 4: 
Fasten the small side of the Handle Press Shut-off Valve onto the end of the hose.
Step 5: 
Tighten the valve securely by twisting clockwise. 
Step 6:
Attach your desired sprayer attachment to the large side of the Handle Press Shut-off Valve
Step 7:
Attach backpack straps onto the sprayer. 
Your sprayer is now ready to work! 
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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