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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pressure Washer quit running
I have owned four of those units. Every one of them did what you are experiencing or just wouldn't give me any pressure after only a few uses. The company was certainly no help. I gave up after four and bought a heavier gas model from Lowes. Hope this info helps.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Buy a new plug, drain out all of the old gas and put in new gas, and take a look at the air cleaner. If the air cleaner is dirty replace it. There you now have a good spark, good fuel and good air. The engine should start. If it doesn't get some carberator cleaner spray and some starting fluid spray.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
turn off water and machine electrics.
remove high pressure hose from front of machine, this may be tight if there is still pressure in the system.
turn on water, when water comes out of machine hose outlet turn on machine. does the machine turn on and water flow increase, if so you probably have a blocked lance jet or trigger.
remove lance extension if fitted and fit hose back to machine, try again. If its ok then this proves you have a blocked lance jet, maybea poke about with some stiff wire will free the obstruction.
If this doesnt bring on the machine you probably have a jammed pressure switch on the pump.
this pressure switch turns on the pump when the trigger is pulled and switches the motor off when the trigger is released.
hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
SOURCE: pressure washer not working
OK here is the solution. There are six plastic vaules inside the pump if you have any mechanical skills you can fix this.
These plastic valves melt when you leave your pressure washer running for a short period when you are not pressure washing. once this happens the pump becomes cloged and does not function. I spent alot of time and research on finding the parts for replacement. I called the main company of this washer pump and here is the toll free number
800-999-2245 and the web sight www.pressureparts.com but to save time just call and talk to the service tech tell him you model number and he will give you the part number.
I only paid $13.75 plus shipping around $5.50 I do not work or have any intrest in this comapny but I tell you after all the frustration and run around I had trying to fix this Home depot power washer I deesided to help eveyone else out
I can be reached at email@example.com if you have any other questions
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
This is the typical problem when the water admitance valve sticks. This valve admits more water to the pump when the pressure drops when wand is triggered. When pressure increases, water is blocked. This is the way they regulate the pressure. The valve is in a bore, usually crossways to the axis of the shaft of the pump. Disassemble the valve noting how the parts go in. Clean the bore with crocus cloth on a dowel rod. Replace all the O rings on the valve spool. Lightly lube the spool with plumber's grease and reassemble.... Good as new! You can often buy a kit of O rings for the valve. They must be EXACT right size. This is normally a one-half hour job.
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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