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How to Install the Pump Guard into Electric Powerwasher

I received a bottle of Pump Guard to winterized my Electric Power Washer I follow directions, only to find out the Pump Guard bottle had threads outside of bottle and the high pressure outlet had outside threads.Could you send me directions so, I can Service my Power Washer
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Mr Norman Blum

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Here is the web page on how to install the pump guard. The bottle is installed on the water inlet side of the pump. Good Luck, enjoy
http://www.karcherresidential.com/support/downloads/pdfs/pic_guide/karcher_pmpgrd_elec_pg.pdf

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