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The pressure in a watering wand extension to a garden hose is related to the water pressure from the hose itself.
The point of a watering wand is to provide a gentle and widespread flow of water. If you are looking for a powerful stream, then a different type of attachment is required.
Check to make sure that there is no leaking at the faucet, or at any connecting point. Leaks will lower water pressure at the end point.
Check to be sure the wand itself is free of dirts and clogs. If the wand is dirty or blocked, it will affect the pressure.
If there are several hoses hooked together, the water pressure is more likely to be low at the last point, the wand itself.
When the water pressure drops as a result of another use, like a shower, dishwasher, another hose faucet, then the water pressure will drop in the wand.
Many of these devices have strainers on the input (garden hose connection) of the pump. Remove the hose and check and clear debris from strainer. Reconnect hose and turn on supply water. Do NOT start engine / motor. Pop the nozzle from the end of the wand and squeeze water trigger. Hose pressure water (or less) should flow from the wand. Of not, youll have to see if water is leaving the pump by inserting the nozzle (or something that will if it) into the hose connector. If water still does not flow - there is an issue with the pump.
There is 2 "hookups" on your washer...one is a low pressure inlet"with a "hookup" that fits your garden hose. the other is a "hookup" for your hi pressure hose and wand outlet. your garden hose will only fit one of there "hookups" good luck
Couple of things, is the water supply good? if that's a yes, then check to see if there is a way to engage / disengage the pump, some models offer that, if engaged and good water supply, then it has to be your pump
@dstephensond Have you tried pouring water into the wand and see if it comes out the other end.To me it sounds like the wand is blocked at the end.Or try blowing in to it and put your hand at the end to see if you feel the air coming out.If it's blocked with calcium pour in some CLR leave it over night and see if it worked.If it's a piece of dirt take and air hose and blow air from the nozzle end out towards where you attach it to the gun. Alfman
Hi, W/D here. Leave the water on, and hold the trigger down for about 5 minutes to get all of the air out of the system. Letting off of the trigger occasionally and then opening it up will help displace any air in the chambers. While still holding the trigger down, start the washer. Should put up your desired pressure. Best regards, --W/D--