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Pressurized water sprays out bottom of pump but no visible cracks, seals or washers maybe? Are these parts available, I only see a replacement pump complete unit... Unit has less than 10 hrs use.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly
It took a bit of research but I think I found the parts list here:
http://www.arkansas-ope.com/BRUTE_PW_020303.pdf (
There WAS a kit for this pump that the part number is B4182 and is no longer available. ( http://www.ppe-pressure-washer-parts.com/horizontal-replacement-pumps


The pump parts list you should be looking at is 020303-2
There are oil seal and water seal kits here: (Half way down the page)
http://www.ppe-pressure-washer-parts.com/brute-pressure-washer-020303-2-parts

You said you got a milky color then lost pressure. Until you tear it down you will not know if it is the water seals or the oil seals you need. Personally.... I was going to repair it for you I would install both sets of seals. What will be frustrating about the repair process is you usually do not get it going again on the first try. You will end up ordering other o-rings to complete the repair. If you get it by the 3rd attempt your doing great!

What may have caused this problem a lack of water supply due to a restriction somewhere. If for example there is an inlet screen to the pump and the supply line was mostly blocked the pump will cause a vacuum and draw the seals inward into the pump. ( I think this is what happened to your pump) Just make sure to check for any inlet strainers or screens. Who knows you might get lucky and just have to clean the screen / strainer.

Kelly


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Hi. I think the problem may be called either vapor lock or cavitation, or it could be called something else, but the solution is to take the wand apart in the center and let the trapped water escape, then putting it back together before re-engaging the lever.

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If the dishwasher is leaking water the water inlet valve might be defective. If the water inlet valve sticks open, it will allow water to fill the dishwasher continuously. Some customers report that they see clean water filling the bottom of the dishwasher after it's been sitting all night or for a couple of days. If this happens, turn off the water that is supplying the dishwasher. This is normally a valve under the kitchen sink. Then, replace the water inlet valve, it cannot be repaired. The water valve needs at least 20 lbs pressure to shut off properly. If your water pressure is to low replacing the valve may not solve the problem.


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If the dishwasher is leaking water, the center wash arm assembly might be cracked or split. This can allow a jet of water to spray toward the door seal, causing a leak. If a crack or split in the center wash arm assembly is found, replace it. There isn't any glue that will hold the part together inside the dishwasher.


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If the dishwasher is leaking water the lower wash arm assembly might be defective. If the lower wash arm has a crack or split on the end, it can force water to spray directly toward the lower part of the dishwasher door. Then, the water can be forced under the door and onto the floor. Check the lower wash arm for any cracks or splits and replace it if necessary. Also make sure the screws are tight in the wash arm support. If the screws are loose, water can spray out the side of the pump and cause a leak.


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If the upper wash arm assembly is broken or cracked it can cause water to spray very forcefully toward the seams of the door, causing a leak.


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Every dishwasher door has a door seal. If the dishwasher is leaking water, it might be that the door seal is defective or worn out. Try closing the dishwasher door on a dollar bill and see if the door seal is making good contact all the way around the door. If not, replace the door seal. If the door seal is good or has been replaced and there is still a leak check the door hinges. If the hinges are bent the door will not close properly and the hinges will need to be replaced.


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Dishwasher Door Gasket

Every dishwasher door has a door seal. If the dishwasher is leaking water, it might be that the door seal is defective or worn out. Try closing the dishwasher door on a dollar bill and see if the door seal is making good contact all the way around the door. If not, replace the door seal.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
First off without a model number this is a GENERIC response. There is a knob on the output line of the pump that adjusts the output pressure. This is called the un-loader / bypass valve. Underneath the knob there is usually a knurled locking nut that prevents the knob from rotating during use. This valve gets stuck from either debris or corrosion. Remove the valve and clean up the inside of the housing along with the spring and the seals of the valve stem. A tightly rolled but shorter piece of 150 or above grit sand paper works good for this as you rotate the sandpaper in the hole to clean the corrosion out the housing. Use an air or water hose to flush out the sand paper debris before re-assembly. BEFORE you slide the stem back in place... Lubricate everything with some #105 WHITE GREASE. (Small tubes are available at any automotive parts supply.) After a very liberal lubrication of the housing springs and seals with WHITE GREASE, re-insert / install the un-loader bypass valve. Do not forget to lock the nut on the bottom of the knob so that it does not come off during use.

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