Question about Karcher 2500 PSI Pressure Washer
Definitely sounds like a gasket issue. Anytime a carb or manifold is taken apart, it's a idea to replace the gasket. Old gaskets are compressed and can compromise the seal after reassembly. A new gasket(s) will assure a proper seal and prevent leaking. Apart from this, it's possible to overtighten and distort the gasket, preventing it from sealing properly.
I think replacing the gaskets and taking care not to overtighten the carb (you can test it before tightening further) will solve your leaking problem.
All the best!
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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