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Karcher 3.97. Leaking water from unit when on water cycle.

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SOURCE: karcher 3300 G water leak out rear of unit from white plasticplug

if its just a plug, remove it with an allen key and wrap a couple layers of teflon tape around it. That should stop, or at least slow down any leaks that are coming out of the threads.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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