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What are the specifications of motor capacitor for PRESSURE WASHER JET WASH KEW HOBBY 88

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I have a kew hobby 70 with little use. The nozzle wont spray, it just sends a weak jet of water. how can i fix it? I have hardly used it. It has been
in a shed for years . thanks

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frozen output valves were the hoses attach to. two or them are present. one is inside the other

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