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How do I connect detergent tank to pump? This is a g3000 washer

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I have a PW1600 Power washer. the High pressure hose connector is cracked. Can that be replaced? AND if so how do you remove it from the gun and hosing.

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Our GE washer model #: WCVH6800J1WW is overfilling and it won't wash anything we have already replaced the pressure switch and the control pannel and still nothing. Please help.

When you replaced the pressure switch, did you fully test the pressure switch hose?

Here's a similar posting that explains a potential issue and how to troubleshoot:

I highly recommend doing a diagnostic test because it's free and easy. Most of the time, the washer will self-diagnose. Check out that posting for instructions on how to do the tests.

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It is easy to NOT get the connector attached properly. The O ring and the end MUST go into the connector a reasonable distance so that the retaining ring will have MANY threads engaged.

The hoses are NOT servicable in general and usually have to be replaced as the pressure is so high that liability of supplying DIY connectors precludes offering them.

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Honda p/washer won't **** up cleaning chemicals cleaned filter,still no go.

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