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Pressure washer model 580.752342

Need a plastic screw plug that goes to the pump

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Not a major task, though perhaps accomplished in an uncomfortable position. If the bolts are stripped, and won't come off, and you can't get a saw under the rim to cut off the bolts, take a drill and drill down through the bolt from on top.

This will weaken the plastic bolt enough in order for you to break it off. Another way is to use a Dremel tool with a grinding wheel to cut off the bolts.

Check here additional installation details: onlinecatalog/pdf/1070416_2 pdf

Hope helps.

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You can probably (like 90% sure) get the bolt at Lowe's, however I can't seem to find your model number. Your best bet would be to lug the thing in there with you, then sit down in the bolt aisle and try them out :)

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Your compressor model was built with several different pumps and motors (example 2340n5-v is a V-twin two stage pump). The ss3 pump however is a very high quality reliable pump single stage with side by side cylinders. There is an air filter at top left of the pump and the pulley on the right side. When the reed valves or head gaskets fail, the pump will have reduced capacity and the discharge air will be very hot. This extra heat from leaking components will sometimes backtrack to the intake area and melt the filter. Most likely time to remove the head and rebuild. Sometimes when head components fail, the broken parts or debris will enter the discharge hose and lodge in the checkvalve at the tank (remove these components and check for debris if there are missing parts in the head or if you find high deposits of carbon ((use good quality compressor oil to help prevent carbon buildup))). Parts are available at www.grainger.com and many other dealers. Good idea to shop around for best price. Good luck

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Don't know this model intimately but it looks similar to the Karcher which is really total **** nowadays as its all made of plastic. The motor has a weird switch mechanism but if it tries to run and the motor doesn't then 100:1 the motor is seized. Very unlikely it's the actual motor but the pump is a "swash" plate that opens 3 stainless steel thin flat valves. the bearing that the pump shaft goes through is a phospher-bronze plain bush with a seal each side and if this has dried out then you are screwed. Same if you model has steel roller bearings. However, if it does run and build up pressure and it stops because the output pressure is too high then the overload pressure switch is faulty. If it is the Karcher type then again you are stuffed but if it is similar to the Nilfisk then a replacement is available for around £100 GB Pounds - probably cheaper to buy a new one.

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Greenworks 1700 psi - Pressure Washer Problem and Solution:

Problems:
1. The main problem is the water outlet connector between the pump and the pressure hose. It's made of plastic. So water ran to the motor, switch and capacitor.
2. The 2 connectors to the capacitor may be rusted by now. So it build high current when plug-in and pressing the power-on button. Caused the power breaker to trip.
3. The motor is stuck caused the power breaker to trip too.

"These were the problems I encountered."

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1. Disassemble the top cover by removing 10 pcs Philip screws on the left and right side at the bottom. Note: you need a 1 foot long Philip screw driver to do this job. Next, removed 4 hex screws at the middle.

2. Check the capacitor: Mine, was pushed out from the cover and the 2 connectors were rusted. Just in case, replaced the 2 connector instead of salvaging them. Pile the 2 connectors of the big capacitor. Note: This big capacitor is lethal, that it can harm/shock you if it is charge: (230Vac), make sure is completely discharge, by checking the DC voltage from Digital multimeter. To discharge place a light bulb as load between the 2 connectors. Check and measure the capacitance or use an ESR meter to make sure the capacitor is in working condition.

3. check the motor: Try to spin the propeller/small blade by hand. If it doesn't move or spin do this: Remove the black plastic cover and used allen / hex driver. If it doesn't move /spin try this: tap the shaft (where the hex located) with the hammer softly, then spin it. If it doesn't move tap again with little harder until the motor spin using your hand rotation.

4. The main problem is the water outlet connector (model no.:34117365) causing all these problems. It was made of plastic. Don't try to glue or repair it. I tried JB weld and didn't work. Imagine 1700psi coming out of this connector. Use the Sears replacement part no. 33101365 - a solid metal. use for craftsman pressure washer. It's the perfect replacement. Cost $8.52 and about $19.00 with shipping.

5. Assemble and check out other outlet(s) for leakage. If found one, the outlet connecting to the soap line. I used plastic tie.

This pressure washer belongs to my neighbor. Asked if I can fix it for I fixed their 3 computers long time ago. It was a challenge for me, because I didn't have experience in fixing pressure washer before. But it everything works now. Good luck.

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This assumes that you have a basic Kenmore / Whirlpool top load, direct drive, neutral drain (it doesn't spin until the pump removes most of the water) machine.

First, see the Sears parts site for your washer:
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action

Enter your model number and you'll see a list of major sub-components with diagrams and parts.

The top load, direct drive, neutral drain Whirlpool / Kenmore washers use a "Motor Coupler" between the transmission and motor.

When the motor goes into drain / spin mode, it reverses and drives the pump to drain the washer.

If the motor coupler is damaged / broken, the motor cannot get power to the transmission to agitate or spin.


This is a relatively easy fix for the basic Kenmore / Whirlpool washers.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r385250-replacing_motor_coupling_kenmore_top

Follow the instructions for removing the cabinet and pulling the pump, motor and motor mounting plate.

The coupler has two plastic pieces with three prongs each. In between is the rubber coupler with six holes.

Pry the plastic pieces from the motor and transmission. Some people use a claw hammer but I've found that using a small (6 inch) pry bar works well.

Carefully fit the plastic pieces over the motor and transmission shafts and press them in place (Use a 1/2" of larger socket to put pressure equally around the pieces.

Put the rubber piece on the transmission plastic piece.

Replace the motor mounting plate.

Carefully line up the plastic prongs on the motor based plastic piece to the three un-used holes in the rubber piece. If they don't line up right, the coupler could be damaged.

Mount the motor, don't forget the two screws, put the pump back on the motor and use its' clips.

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The oil will be in the stainless steel or silver colored part of the pump. If there is no access to this part then the oil is put in there by the manufacturer. I believe the small red plastic plug you speak of covers the overheat blow off valve. Just leave it. When you run the washer for a long time you may see some water spill out of there. The only way to change the oil is to separate the two pump sections. Not advisable without some knowledge and the correct tools

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