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Solo® lever. NOTE: Some assembly required.
2014 Master Catalog: Page 283
(based on 5 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 5 customers
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The weak link in the chain
from Boerne, texas
Comments about Solo Lever:
The lever which connects the diaphragm pump to the pump arm is made from a plastic material. It is much to weak to withstand much arm pressure. Mine broke within the first five minutes of use. Now I'm stuck with a worthless sprayer full of weed and grass killer. I don't think it's worth repairing.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Plastic Lever broke
By Chris the Gardener
from Port St. Lucie, South Florida.
About Me Avid Gardener
I've had my sprayer for many years and although not heavily used it has performed well. Today however the plastic lever which connects to the diaphram broke, so I'm looking for a replacement part and I hope I'll be able to repair it and continue using it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Plastic Part Not Hefty Enough
from Austin, TX
This part broke after one light use season.
1st time I used sprayer this piece broke
from Colorado Springs, Co
About Me Getting Started
not strong enough, made of plastic. metal goes though hole. plastic snaps
Solo is a great brand
from Jackson, AL
About Me Professional Landscaper
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I have had my Solo backpack for over 10 years. It recently fell off the back of my truck and I need this replacement part. Easy to work on and now it is back in service.