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Pressure cleaner stops running

It runs fin then when I connect sprayer hose it runs for about 15 min then shuts down.I can start it again and the same thing happens.There is a steel ball and spring that goes in to the quick connect where does it go exactly and what does it do.THANKS MATT

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    engine chokes down when choke is "opened" otherwise runs smooth until load is put on it.

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Vieira1 The ball and spring go in the soap inlet valve. It closes this valve when the pump is on high pressure. Your engine may need a tune up, oil, or the idle adjusted. Choke problem. Sounds like your carb needs a real good cleaning

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