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PW 135000AV Dear sir or Medium, My PW 135000AV pressure washer has damage the bearing at the front of the armature. I have to take the Gear off from the armature to get access to the bearing could you tell me if the gear press on or is it screw on if it screw on is it right or left hand threads. Thank you Sham Birball.

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    David Ford May 11, 2010

    Who is the tool manufacturer, let me know and I will do some checking and see what I can find



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K after my last post did some more checking and went to the Campbell Hausfeld website and found your unit but no breakdown for this. I would suggest that you try their site and ask them to send you a PDF file on the tool. Also they have a year warranty on normal use products, so that might be an option also depending on when you bought it. Good luck and let me know if still having problems and I will try another route to help

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