Question about Greenworks 1700 PSI 1.4 GPM Electric Pressure Washer 51012
There are two versions of the 51012, mine is the 51012 2 (it isn't marked that way, I had to compare the two in the manuals I found online).
The hose ends in a metal pipe that goes into a flange in the unit, held in place with a cotter pin. Pull the pin, pull out the pipe, insert the new pipe all the way, and put the pin back in. That's it. Once I figured it out it only took 5 minutes. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 02, 2016
Where the hose attaches to the machine, you'll likely have a "collar" that you will be able to turn
Slide that sucker away from where the hose comes to it and you'll free up the connection.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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