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Re: angle base cracks in factory seams
Contact manufacture ask for replacement as it is most likley defect substandered matriels thay may be intrested in the fault in there product and may give you discount on new if you use there product again.
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Condensation in a headlight assembly usually means a crack or split in the assembly somewhere.Remove the assembly and use a hair dryer to dry it out. Go along to an auto supply store and get some "seam seal" (not silicone) and a silicone based lubricant.Spread the seam seal around the join in the headlight assembly and let it dry up.This is usually overnight.Take the silicone lubricant and apply it to the rubber gasket around each light bulb.DO NOT get the lubricant on the bulbs. Replace the bulbs in the assembly.This should solve your problem. Good luck
I have the same Problem, the leak is from the seam of the Manifold housing. There is a small crack in the seam. A manufacturing defect.. A New Manifold Complete Replacement is about $61.03, about the half the price what I paid for this pressure washer at Walmart... :(
If under 1 year old, and you can find a receipt to prove it,Karcher will replace the whole Pressure washer under warranty.
insert wide flat blade (such as a wide flat bladed screw driver) into seam along one side. Twist carefully until seam starts to prise apart - carry on until you hear the "crack" of the press-tabs coming apart and repeat along the the length of the seam until you can carefully pull it apart.
Look for a crack at the welded seam of the dryer drum. Noise maybe coming from the crack when it passes over the drum support rollers. Check front and back side of the seam. Solution is to replace the drum. If this is not found, please describe your symptoms in more detail.
These speakers are factory molded, technically the only to open them is by breaking the casing......fear not, I will offer an easier soultion which should not damage the case.
Using a heavy screwdriver handle sharply strike the seam on the base of the speaker, after seneral raps along the seam the case should begin to separate....after repairs use the old standbye superglue, Shouldnt be much evidence !