Question about Dewalt DPD3300 Commercial Pressure Washer
I tried to start it and gave up. the next day I found all the gas somehow drained into the engine oil.
This happens when the gas needle valve in the carburator sticks open. With it open, gas continues to flow into the carburator then into the cylinder and finally down into the crankcase. It can be caused by dirt in the needle valve's seat, a stuck needle or float. Most of the time you can remove the float bowl and flush out any dirt. If there's a lot you should consider flushing the gas tank and check your gas can for dirt. If the washer has been sitting for a long time the problem could be varnish is gumming up the carb works. Carb cleaner works well to flush that out. If the float, needle or seat is damaged you'll have to rebuild or replace the carb.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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