The most important part of troubleshooting is a systematic approach from one end of the “system” to the other. So, if it seems like your Aprehend compressor keeps running and doesn’t shut off, it might not be the compressor, it might be the hose.
This often-overlooked component delivers air from the compressor to the spray gun so that Aprehend can be applied as the 2” barrier on appropriate surfaces where bed bugs may cross. Problems with the hose can often be mistaken for a faulty compressor.
Check out this 2-minute video where Carrie explains some helpful tips for troubleshooting your Aprehend spray kit.
Check out other tech tips and training videos on the Aprehend channel. You’ll find information on strategic barrier placement, customer prep and education, even bed bug biology.