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Greenworks 51152 Power Washer Leaking Wand

The connection between the wand and handle is leaking. I have taken the cover off, but the wand will not come apart to replace any damaged parts. Is there a way to replace the o-ring or do I have to replace the entire wand?

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Yes the o ring is replaceable try using a 1/4 inch id o-ring .

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