Right where the hose hook there should be a little hole in the back look good if you dont you will miss it if you dont see it turn the whole moter to the sibe where you can see it i hope i helped you have a bless one
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To the right of the Brass fitting where your garden hose attaches there is a small round plastic cover piece, pull on that and it will pull out a clear tube with it which goes into any container containing your detergent, it will pull the detergent as you use the pressure washer. Push the tube back in after you are done using it. You can also buy a replacement detergent bottle for other pressure washers if you wanted to.
The pressure system you refer to, is the water level switch and pressure chamber, the small hose leading to the pressure switch can get blocked and cause the washer to overfill.
To check the hose, remove the lower rear panel of washer, at the bottom right you will see a large black hose, attached to this is the pressure chamber hose leading to the pressure switch.
Remove the small plastic hose and check for blockage here and in the black hose where the small hose is fastened too.
If it still overfills, then could be a faulty water level switch..
If your pressure washer works like ours, it has a T connection. A plastic hose comes off the T and goes into the bucket of cleaner Pressure from the hose creates suction across the T and this draws cleaner into pressure hose The plastic hose from cleaner connects to a small brass ball valve on the T The ball valve clogs up or changes over time and cleaner will not draw up into the pressure hose. We would replace the valve stem I don't know if they sell the little replacement parts like they used to
Finally we had so much trouble. We started applying our chemical with a pump-up sprayer. For us, it was cheaper, and the work went faster. We put one guy on the pump up sprayer And then another guy came behind him on the washer.
We used to add a clorox mixture when we power-washed
There is a special fitting that goes on the power washer line The fitting is a T with 2 quick connects that match your pump&hose quick connects The T fitting attaches to pump >> the power washer line attaches to T The T fitting has a short extension where you attach a plastic hose that goes to your bucket of clorox The T has a small one-way ball valve that only lets clorox enter the power washer line, but power washer pressure doesn't escape into the clorox The small ball will clog over time, so when you buy a T, see if you can get replacement part
When you pull the trigger, the pump pressure shoots water out of the gun The water pressure shooting out of the gun creates a suction that draws up the clorox The clorox enters the line and gets shot out of the gun The same basic idea is used on shallow well pumps
We discovered after a few years that is was easier-to-control and cheaper to apply the clorox with a pump-up hand sprayer. We could apply more clorox. The machine was not exposed to chemicals. Remember the engine draws-in surrounding vapors and those vapors can chew up the metal parts of any combustion surface.
Devilbliss / Excell pressure washers in this model number range use a Honda GC160 engine. Information on this engine can be found here: http://www.excellpressurewasher.com/documents/pdf/gc160.pdf
This web site also has information about the pump and related parts just look for your model number. I find that pressure washer manuals have very little information about the engine. Small engine / mower repair shops in your area will be happy to give you free information about the where the fuel line attaches. Your engine has a black plastic fuel pump with hoses going to tank and carb. This fuel pump is powered by engine crank/vacuum purssure so there is a third hose from the fuel pump connected to the engine block. Good luck on your repair and email if you have a question or if you have a different engine than mentioned above.