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Remove the drawer and clean it thoroughly, also clean the drawer area of any detergent residue. Check that there is water flow into the drawer from the inlet nozzles above it.
Make sure you are putting the detergent in the correct drawer compartment. If it still persists further investigation of the feed in and out pipes will be required..
To the right of the Brass fitting where your garden hose attaches there is a small round plastic cover piece, pull on that and it will pull out a clear tube with it which goes into any container containing your detergent, it will pull the detergent as you use the pressure washer. Push the tube back in after you are done using it. You can also buy a replacement detergent bottle for other pressure washers if you wanted to.
YES! And it was amazingly simple. The soap dispenser has a red washer/gasket thing that fits over the nozzle. For clarity, it can be viewed here: http://www.vacpartswarehouse.com/Products-p/2036677.htm The red part can come loose and remain inside the receiver where it fits snugly and looks like it belongs there. In this configuration, the tank cannot insert far enough into the receiver to open the spring valve and no detergent will flow. Simply remove the red piece from the receiver (I used small pliers), replace it on the tank nozzle, and the detergent will flow again!
There are different nozzles. One for detergent, Max, General and Delicate. The detergent one is more a less a soaker its opening is the biggest (less producing pressure), it's the one that must be used to siphon the soap out of the container none of the other tips will allow to siphon. I hope this is helpful to you please rate this answer on how helpful it was. Good Luck and have a great weekend.
Sometimes the SUDS/F35 is because of TOO MUCH detergent. To clear you have to set the cycle on rinse and then keep pouring cups of water into the detergent container as the cycle is going. You might have to do this a few times because if the SUDS message comes up the water flow will stop. Just unplug and try again. Also when the detergent container is finally clear you will see the little rotators gears move around when the cycle starts.
I have a similar model and occasionally have problems with water/detergent flow. I find it is generally due to an airlock in the piping caused by forgetting to turn the deregent water control off before removing the detergent container. Follow the manual instructions. Turn the knob to off. Fill both containers. locate them carefully. Make sure filters in the water tank and in the flow meter are clear. Start machine with handle laid flat and knob turned to maximum flow.