Question about Karcher K2.26 Electric Power Washer
All you did is damage to the electric part of the machine. This mostly means that the electric motor is damaged. But if the machine is recently bought, you still have the pump system all intact.
All you need is a new electric motor or if possible, rewinding the old electric motor.
Check if this is worth the money. In my expirience, changing an electric motor is more cheaper then buying a new machine. Very important if you decide to buy a new machine try to buy the same model, because you will have plenty valuable spares available from your old machine.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
You most likely destroyed the pump. But if you are lucky, you can open the unit and look for a fuse. It will be on the circuit board in the unit or possibly in line with the power wire. It will be a thermal fuse that is wrapped in a teflon mesh cover. If there is no fuse, then chances are the unit will be a loss unless you know someone handy in electronics.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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