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Lance for unionpower pressure washer parts

Where the lance couples together there is a metal screw type barrel which tightens the two together mine has split in half .Question is where can i obtain a replacement thank you Derek

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I have a different brand but mine has a thermos inside of the coffee pot itself. The seal at the top kept leaking. Solution was to put some food-safe grease on the seal AND most importantly was putting some on the plastic parts of the screw on the bottom that puts pressure on the bottom of the thermos. The threads gaul and one cannot tighten the screw to put enough pressure on the bottom of the thermos to get a good seal at the top.

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you have a bad motor coupling,they brake all the time,remove the two screws holding down the top console,lift it up,with a screw driver remove the two metal clips and remove the lid switch harness,it's a white plastic piece in the middle between the two metal clips,now remove the frame of the washer,down the bottom you'll see the pump,with a screw driver remove the two metal clips and remove the pump,now remove the two screws and two more metal clips and remove the motor,on the back of the motor you'll see the motor coupling,it should have three plastic arms on it but they probably are broke,also on the tranny the other half of the coupling is there remove that,the part number is 285753A and it's around 19 bucks, tap on the new coupling one part on the motor shaft,the other on the tranny shaft and slide the black rubber piece on the tranny part of coupling and slide the motor onto the other half so they lock together and this is what spins the tub.if you need help with anything else let me know,also if you can let me know how you make out with your washer,good luck. the coupling brakes all the time from overloading the washer<!-- from fixya rte -->

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My engine is working or seems to be working fine on my pressure washer but there is little pressure coming through the wand when I try to clean off my sun deck. Why is this? Thank you.

There are a couple of reasons why you might get this fault. If the machine hasn't had loads of use I would suggest checking the wand for any dirt. You should be able to push and twist the lance from the handle, and then possibly the lance in half aswell. Once you have done this just firmly tap the tubes somewhere clean. If there was any dirt in the end it should dislodge and work fine again.
While you have the lance off the handle, run the machine up and make sure you are getting plenty of flow through the handle. The other problem you could have would be worn pump parts. Servicing the pump can be tricky so if this is the case I would recomend taking it to your nearest dealer/service agent.

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It will probably be caked up in white crystal type deposits if its an aluminium pump head. clean off the deposits and inspect the 'o' rings. if 'o' rings ok , apply silicon grease and refit.

It could also be a partially blocked lance jet not allowing enough water to come out of the lance if it is a flow sensitive unloader valve.

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Looks like your model may be out of production though so here's a generic kit that will 99% work with your washer...

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