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Yesterday the engine started coming on intermittently when it was resting (usually the sign of a leak) but now the engine stays on even when I turn the on/off switch on the machine to off & now I

Power stays on even when on/off switch is turned off

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This switch normally makes a contact to ground or chassis also ensuring the switch is or has ground contact

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SOURCE: oil leak under the engine

If it is a vertical shaft engine then it is most likely the crankshaft seal. That requires removing the engine from the frame and removing the pump from the motor to replace the seal. If it is a horizontal shaft engine then it could be either the shaft seal or the side cover gasket. Both require removal of the pump.

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SOURCE: Briggs & Stratton 2500 Power Washer Loses Pressure Time to Time

If by "a few minutes" you mean 180 seconds, I really don't know what to say. But if you mean 5-10 seconds, you probably are experiencing air in the water line or normal engine warm-up behavior when the choke has been set to full lean too soon.

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SOURCE: pressure washer that leaks oil through the air breather

Most likely your air filter is plugged or dirty, or the crank case vent valve needs to be cleaned.if it still does it check that the oil level is at the full mark, if overfilled it would cause the same problem.

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SOURCE: Briggs & Stratton engine loses power

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If it is running it would burn any oil off the top of the piston. (that got there when you tipped it). It sounds like you carburetor needs cleaning. There are sprays on the market that sometime help with this.

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SOURCE: When I power the Karcher 520M water pours from the

Not too much pressure, a bad gun.
Unfortunately you will have to replace the gun. About $65.00 Canadian

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