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I have a PW 1825 and the turbo lance is stuck in the spray gun, it will turn CW + CCW but it will not be pulled out. I've turned it CCW and pulled with all my might but it will not budge! Anybody know what's up?

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Most likely, the housing has split and seal is not being made. There is a chance that the hose is leaking where the fitting is crimped on (my experience, but different pressure washer). Are you able to see a leak when turned off but garden hose is connected and turned on?

Is it possible that water was still in the hose / gun and froze while it was in storage?

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