1400 power luber identification, 1400, identifying the 1400 series A, B, C, D, lincoln industrial, lubrication equipment

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NOTE #1 This is an update on the FAQ's for the Original 1400 Power Luber;  All of the 1400 questions are grouped together but not in any particular order. Read through to find your problem.  If your question in not in there, email me with your question.
Before you purchase parts for your 1400 power luber, you want to identify the series that you have . Here are some tips for you.
  How can a customer tell whether he has a 1400 series A, B, C or D Series Power Luber?
I have had 4 requests on this question in the last 2 days.
There should be a label near the trigger that will Identify the model and series. this is assuming it is not worn off.

See photo below.

Is there something on the Power Luber Handle that will say series A, or series B, or Series C or Series D.
  1400 Series A and B The A and B series are essentially the same, only minor parts changes.  Breakdowns are on the Website for your review.
  1400 Series C Body of the gun was redesigned between the B and C series to include a spring activated pressure relief valve where the hose threads into the body.
  1400 Series D (mid 2017)


Additionally, if it was a gun purchased in the last year or so (2017 and beyond), the 1400 was changed again, and now there is a Series D1 and D2.  the Pressure relief was eliminated and a thermal protector was added to the wire harness to shut off the motor if too much amperage is drawn.  In other words, to protect the motor is some leans on the trigger for too long and zerk does not open up

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         P.O. Box 456
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