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Where is the in line filter and how do I take it off and check it do you have to take off the cover


the inline filter is normally at the pump connection for the hose
it is a brass gauge located under the seal ring for the connection

Apr 18, 2015 | Task Force 2000 PSI Electric Pressure...

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How do you take off hose and replace with new one


As a generic answer, there should be a black oversize hose connection looking thing where the hose joins the pump. Turn this to the left (as you face the fitting). It is oversize so you can hand tighten/untighten it, but if your hand doesn't work, try Channel locks (a fancy set of pliers.)

Nov 02, 2014 | Task Force 2000 PSI Electric Pressure...

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Can i get a manual for this not syre i have all the parts grandpa passed and trying to hook up


www.pressurewashersdirect.com/manuals/CH%20electric%20manual_2.p..

www.ppe-pressure-washer-parts.com/task-force-power-washer-parts

Jul 02, 2014 | Task Force 2000 PSI Electric Pressure...

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Where can I find a replacement for the trigger handle for task force 2000


There are quite a few replacement guns and hoses. If you do a search; " replacement power washer guns" you will have many sites wit numerous guns that will work.
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    Jun 03, 2014 | Task Force 2000 PSI Electric Pressure...

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    Wont restart


    high pressure cut out switch faulty. dismantle unit dismantle and clean or adjust r replce micro switch ( on pump head )

    Apr 19, 2014 | Task Force 2000 PSI Electric Pressure...

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    No Pressure


    Same problem here. Machine still looks brand new. Absolutely no nicks in the hose. Electric power is just fine. I hear the motor, then when I squeeze the trigger, I get a weak dribble of water for about 5 seconds, then the motor is quiet for a while. This sound familiar to you? I just posted my similar problem. If you hear anything useful, please forward it to me : reb49@att.net Ron

    Apr 30, 2013 | Task Force 2000 PSI Electric Pressure...

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    Hi. I'm scratch building a pressure washer using a Comet BXD2831G pump. If I don't plan on using any type of detergent, is it OK (or manditory) to plug the detergent intake to keep it from sucking...


    No need to plug the injector because under pressure (internal force/pressure) keeps valve shut. It only opens when large nozzle (black tip) is used lowering internal pressure causing siphon effect. Some chemical injectors have a thumbwheel to shut off flow completely. Your plug idea will keep the opening clean for later use. You can adjust pressure by ear. Your pump will take a 6.5 hp engine to develop max pressure of 2700 psi, however, to extend the life of the pump and engine, adjust pressure to about 75 % of capacity or about 2000 psi. To develop 6.5 hp your engine must turn at about 3600 rpm which is over the max rpm of the pump 3400rpm. The rpm of the engine is usually set by using the appropriate governor spring. Easy task, by using the model number and type of the engine, you can determine the proper governor spring and placement on the throttle arm, maybe about 3000 rpm would be sufficient. Now with engine rpm set, turn pressure adjustment up until engine sounds to you like at full labor, then adjust down to a workable pressure for majority of work and turn up for stubborn debris. Good luck with your project.

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