Question about All-Power America Garden
Taken off the water entry pipe cleaned filter inside and refix.do you think it might be the pump?
Possibly a blocked lance jet, does the spray pattern of the jet look good, a nice fan?
Posted on Dec 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To remove the cover, undo the two screws holding on the equipment tray on the handle. Then turn upside down and undo the two screws on the bottom. You will need a very long handled screw driver to reach into the deep recesses. I think they may to TORX screws (working from memory and has been a while since I pulled one apart). The blue cover will now pull off. The only trouble you may have is that the bolts are ordinary black steel ones and may have rusted through
Most likely fault is that the pressure switch has failed open. A combination of dirty water leaking past the seals and rust will eventuall jam the switch. The switch assembly is the white plastic part directly bolted onto the pump. A plunger is pushed by the pump when it is up to pressure which trips a micro switch and turns the power off. You will need to replace the complete pressure switch which is about $60. If you take care the micro switch assembly can be removed and then put back onto the new switch. If you break it, then another $40.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Could be just a faulty capacitor that helps the motor to start. You will find this next to the motor if you remove the top cover.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
Let the water run for a longer time. "Walk" the hoses, from the faucet to the pump and then to the nozzle, holding the hoses up to displace any trapped air in the lines through the pump and out the nozzle. What it sounds like is that air is reaching the pump. When it does, it cavitates, and no water can be pumped. Tighten all of your hose fittings securely. Try holding the trigger down while starting the washer. It may be easier with another person helping.
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
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