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The gun have a leak or hose that you connect to the body

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SOURCE: water leak where the gun

Simple fix, just disconnect house end from washer, buy a new rubber washer o ring, like what is used for garden hoses. Put back on make sure it is tight. If still leaks, then need to replace connection end fitting on preside washer, can get those at almost any hardware store, use plumbers tape on threads when putting new fitting on machine, then connect house and back to those honey do list :)

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