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Oil type 2400psi

What type of oil do i use

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Oil is milky colored on my kingcraft pressure


Milky-looking oil is a sign of water mixed-in with the oil. This is often a sign of severe engine damage (cracked block, cracked head) in a water-cooled engine. (i.e., one having internal water jackets such as a car engine). On a pressure washer it is sometimes an indication that the owner used the pressure washer on itself, i.e., so as to clean the pressure washer with the pressure washer - very bad idea. If this is the case, then the pressure washer is most likely ruined. In any case the milky-looking oil is a sign that the oil has become contaminated with water, and probably a lot of water. I would drain the oil completely and replace the oil filter too if it has one, then refill the crankcase with new oil. Then try using it again for 10 or 15 minutes or so, then reinspect the oil. If it's milky-looking again then I'd set it out at the curb on trash day.

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Oil type 2400psi


any hosue holdcar motor oil will work

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What type of oil to use


for the motor you need to go by manufacturer's recommendation most pumps use 30w non-detergent oil with the dip stick screwed in

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Oil coming out of oil fill plug on my AXD2524 pressure washer


I think install right angle elbow then short tube upwards,install the breather to this.

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Do you use 4 cycle oil or 2 cycle oil for pressure washer EXH2425?


For your model pressure washer you should not be using 2 or 4 cycle oil. You need to use the following:

Model # EXH2425 P 2400PSI 2.5GPM 5.0HP HO
PUMP TYPE OIL TYPE OIL CAPACITY

**Annovi Reverberi (XMV) 30W non detergent 13.5 oz.

**Annovi Reverberi (RKV) 30W non detergent 18.54 oz.

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I have a Honda GC160, 2.2gpm, 2400psi pressure washer. How much and what kind of oil do i put in the pump? I wasn't getting much pressure so I pulled the pump apart.(bad move)


We are talking about the water pump here right . A stright 30 weight and it for that size pump about 14 ounces .4 liters look at the little window on the pump on level ground it should be at the half way point . If you want to buy offical pump oil the # is AW-4085-0016 This is MI-T-M spec but with this # you should be able to cross refferance to your pump make in case there is an issue with detegent or non detergent oils it could be an issue for the seals . But its basicaly 30 weight oil

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How much oil does the coleman powermate 2400psi with a honda engine hold


Use only the quantity specified in your pressure washer's manual for your pump. If you're not sure, measure how much oil you drained and replace with that amount. Most pumps have an oil window or sight glass on the side of the pump, with a mark or red dot indicating the proper level for the oil.
Read more: When Should I Change the Oil in My Pressure Washer Pump? ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/way_5873362_should-oil-pressure-washer-pump_.html#ixzz1JusLIVOu

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I do like to know if this washer is good enough for my business as a used car dealer? Briggs & Stratton Murray 020456 2400 PSI 20 GPM 190cc Briggs Stratton


We power washed houses for years with a 2400psi machine. The machine weighed about 90 pounds. 1 strong man could pick up the weight, but usually it took 2 men to unload it from the trailer.

A small machine can advertise 2400 psi ... but that is for 3 square inches at a time. The heavier machine shoots a 10" or wider swath of 2400psi.

We ran our machine twice a week for years. We had a honda engine. I'm sure the briggs engine is good. I wouldn't buy a used machine... unless the price was low and it started on first pull. Electric starter on your power washer might be a repair-waiting-to-happen because it is constantly exposed to water and dirt.

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Can't start the Honda GX160 5.5 HP Electric motor on my Chore Master 2400psi Pressure Washer. Got gas (checked through feed line), new spark plug, switch on, gas, choke ok, throttle a bit funky (about 12...


Is there an oil sensor unit if it is going bad it tells the engine the oil low and engine wont start. I had same problem with my pressure washer, i just unplugged the sensor unit and it started fine ever since

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