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SOURCE: My Honda 4.0 1800PSI Power washer only has hose

hi spray some silicon oil in inlet and outlet then run attach hose back do this everytime you store the washer away it is because the seals dry up always lube when storing.

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type in https://youtu.be/gS59Yk_jARA then press enter you will be taken to video showing and talking you through purging unit .

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What causes Clean Force 1800 to shut off while in use


type in https://youtu.be/gS59Yk_jARA then press enter you will be taken to video showing and talking you through purging unit .

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Low pressure


It sounds like the nozzle is worn or the wrong size ( too big )

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Hookup


For the Campbell Hausfeld 1800 PSI model (PW182500AV), the garden hose connects to the pump inlet on the lower back of the pressure washer. The high pressure hose connects to the high pressure outlet on the lower front of the pressure washer. Here is the operator's manual that will show both connections. http://www.mowersatjacks.com/images/campbell-hausfeld/manuals/pw1825.pdf

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Brake hose bolt leaking


If this is on a flexible style hose to caliper, then clamp the caliper, remove the bolt and copper washers. Replace the washers, clean the area, make it free of corrosion and rebuild.
At a last resort, if you can't find replacement copper washers, then heat up the washers until soft, then rebuild quickly and tighten down.

Bleed that brake line, pump out the pedal and apply generous force to the pedal. Check the joint for any leaks once more.
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When i switch on the power of my karcher K2.38 power washer, the motor runs but there does not appear to be any increase in pressure, which means that it is ineffective when it comes to cleaning the patio/...


Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly/
First off, remove the water supply hose from the power washer and locate the in line filter. Most of them are a plastic screen stuffed into the plumbing just behind the hose washer. Others have a short stand off and the filter / screen may be where the stand off attaches to the pressure washer. Others units have in in line sump that usually has a blue or red cap that you remove to clean the sump. Find the filtering mechanism(s) and clean it.
After doing this... attach the water hose loose to the power washer and turn on the water supply hose. Wait for all of the air to purge from the water supply hose. Then tighten the water supply hose. After that... Squeeze the wand trigger until all the air purges out of the high pressure hose and you get a solid stream of water with the unit off. Once you get a solid stream of water with the unit off... power the unit up and see if the high pressure hose becomes rigid / charges with high pressure. Next.... cycle the wand trigger 1 second on... and then wait for the hose to charge again. Do this multiple times. What your doing is forcing the un-loader / relief valve to stroke in the pump. Until the un-loader valve stokes un-restricted; you will have pressure problems. Next after the hose is fully charged... cycle the wand trigger very rapidly until you get high pressure each time you cycle the wand trigger. At this point your done and can proceed with patio cleaning.

Should this NOT resolve your problem.... get as much water out if it as you possibly can and pour a few ounces of engine oil into the water inlet. (Easier said than done... but you have to get oil into the pump and then let it sit over night. once you have oil in the pump pull the recoil 2 times with the ignition off just to force oil through the pump)
The next day you go through the same routine as stated above. This brings about 80% of the stubborn ones back to life again. Should it still be fussy after doing all of the above... you will have to replace the unload-er valve. If you removed the un-loader valve for any reason... you must clean out the pump housing and lubricate it and the un-loader valve with white grease (<-Available at any automotive parts source) BEFORE reinserting either the old one or a replacement un-loader valve. If you attempt to use the old one with lubrication.. make sure to remove any debris from the springs and wipe the seals clean with a PAPER towel before lubrication.

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

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My Honda 4.0 1800PSI Power washer only has hose pressure when it should have 1800 PSI


hi spray some silicon oil in inlet and outlet then run attach hose back do this everytime you store the washer away it is because the seals dry up always lube when storing.

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Water is over filling the tub, and spilling all over the laudry room floor.


this sounds like a ge ? if so you need to remove front cover between the top and the front cover you will see a small gap on both sides you will have to put a putty knife in about 2" from the ends and push in
once removed on the left side of tube you will find a small rudder hose pull the hose of clean in side of hose with small screw driver also fill washer with water with hose of untill water leavel is to the center of the box now use a turky baster to force air in to tub by placeing baster over the stem wher the hose was force air in to tub fill washer a lititle more untill water shots out of stem stop washer and drain all the water out cut about 1"off hose reinstall stop useing liqid soap

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Dispenser draw filling with water, i have been told there is no filter i can clean!!? The part of the draw where you put your fabric conditioner in.


You have been ill advised, there is a filter that you can clean.
Remove rear panel of washer.
Remove large black hose fastened to bottom of drum.
Remove and clean filter inside hose.
Remove top cover., check the hose from dispenser to drum is not blocked with powder..
If the dispenser drawer still fills up, then it is possible that the condenser is blocked with fluff.
This a major job to put right, you would be well advised to call an engineer if this is the case.
Hope this helps.


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1800 power washer will not run - power is getting to on/off switch


Maybe just the pressure switch is stuck or you have trapped pressure in the lance. Try without the high pressure hose and then activate the pressure switch on the side of the pump as this may not be letting the machine to statr if its stuck.

Nov 12, 2009 | Campbell Hausfeld 1800 PSI Electric...

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