Originally Posted by Chickenwire
well, I'll hope for the best. It better do the trick or I'm gonna be pissed...I paid more for it than I really wanted to. Then the stupid guy's stupid dog bit me!
I'd have demanded the fogger in payment for my "pain and suffering" where his dog bit me, lol.
You might also want to check the rubber line that goes into the juice tank for pin holes. One of my 400w foggers was spitting and sputtering, and we noticed that it would get air bubbles occasionally. I checked the rubber hose and found a small pin hole in it (we suspect rodent sabotage) You can buy replacement hose at Autozone, and it works well.