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Have a generac 200 psi power washer and when i get it all hooked up its ready to go but water does not come out of the nozzle but pushes out other places. nothing stopping it up that i can see.

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your not missing anything, check the pump, they tend to go bad over time and may need replacing. The pump provides the pressure as well as the suction for the whole process, pulling water from the hose or tank and pushing it forcefully through the pressure washer line. If the motor is running and you have the water going through the line and to the pump, and no water is coming out, my guess would be the pump.

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There is a valve installed to release water out of the system if water temp. rises to a level that may damage the pump. Water temp will rise when motor is running and you are not spraying water. This part is called a thermal valve. It can begin to leak water if worn out or debris under seat, however may not effect a lower pressure at the wand unless it leaks more water when you are spraying than when in bypass. You can see various thermal valves by searching on ebay with the key words :
"pressure washer thermal valve". Pressure is created at the tip of the wand. If the nozzle at the wand is worn or too large for the system, pressure will be reduced. You can check if the tip is correct by using a different tip that came with your system or using new of correct gpm as noted on the specs. of your system. Good luck

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