Question about Coleman Powermate DuraBuilt 1400 PSI Pressure Washer
If the washer is the kind that shuts off completely when the pistol grip is released, the problem is likely the little pressure sensor located near the output fitting (the threaded part to which the hose connects). The sensor is a little plunger held down against an opening in the side of the pipe by a spring when there is low or no pressure in the output pipe, as when the trigger is pulled and the pressurized water in the hose is released by pulling the trigger. That completes the electrical circuit and the washer is on and continues pumping water. When the trigger is released, water in the hose and output pipe jams up super high pressure, forcing tjhe little plunger out against the spring, and the electrical circuit is broken. If you take the case apart, you will see wires coming from that area. The fix (if this is the problem) is to free up the little plunger.
Posted on Feb 09, 2013
There probs be an air leak in the hose were it joins the motor iv had the same prob somtimes a change in hose works or new seal in motor hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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