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Each product has a unique model number the same way your automobile has a unique make and model. Locating this number helps us provide you with the correct replacement parts and repair help for your specific product.

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I Can’t Find My Graco Model Number

Having trouble finding your Graco model number and serial number? Allow us to help.

If you still have the owner’s manual available, you’ll find your products model number information in the first few pages. If not, keep reading to learn where to find it on your Graco model.

Like most other industrial products, the manufacturer will list the product information directly on the unit, usually on a sticker. You’ll know that you’ve found the right label when you clearly see each number labeled as “model number” and “serial number”, along with the Graco logo at the top. You may be required to grab both the model number and serial number to pull up the correct parts list for your product, so make sure you scan the label carefully.

You can expect the model number/serial number format to look like the following: 231-151, 231-205 (Series A), 244391 (3030), 740 (800-908), or 225886. If you’re not sure what number is correct, try entering what you find in the box provided above. If it pulls up your model, you’ve found all the information you’ll need to order parts.

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Ask the Experts about Graco Tools

As most of you know, we sell spare Graco parts and accessories for their sprayers, line drivers, agitators, pumps, and even pressure washers. This includes replacement needle valves, propellers, motors, pumps, and warning labels. If Graco makes it as a replacement part, we carry it. But how many of you know exactly what parts to order when your Graco product starts acting up? We’ll assume most of you don’t. Unless, of course, you’re a fluid handling expert.

That’s why we’ve developed our unique resources to help our customers diagnose issues, browse parts breakdowns to find the parts you need, and even walk you through each step of the installation process.

Let’s assume that your Graco sprayer isn’t holding any pressure. First, we’d recommend logging into our forum and asking our repair community for some diagnosis help. Our experts are always happy to give their two cents on a particular issue. Once our experts have helped you narrow down the problem to a few parts, you’ll want to swing by the parts diagram for your model and get the necessary part(s) ordered. And once you receive the parts to your door, swing by our repair center to find videos and articles than can help you get them installed. And best of all, these resources are completely free. Check them out below.
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The Painting People
Graco has been around much longer than most people are aware of. Originally founded under the name Gray Company Incorporated in 1926, Graco produced and sold a air powered grease gun, which allowed workers to operate the machine in cold weather. The company achieved great success during WWII by manufacturing lubricating products for the war. Since that time, the Graco brand has continued to expand their product lines, making them one of the most sought-after products on the market.