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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your not missing anything, check the pump, they tend to go bad over time and may need replacing. The pump provides the pressure as well as the suction for the whole process, pulling water from the hose or tank and pushing it forcefully through the pressure washer line. If the motor is running and you have the water going through the line and to the pump, and no water is coming out, my guess would be the pump.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
if there is a fuel filter running completely out of fuel sometimes allows all of the bad stuff in the fuel tank to plug the fuel filter (if it has one). press the primer bulb until you can hear fuel, then it should start.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
SOURCE: started by Craftsman 2700 PSI
The first thing I would check would be the oil level, to make sure you didn't put in too much oil. If the oil level is correct, it could be a stuck piston ring, letting oil blow by the piston, and out the exhaust. If this is the case, you are going to have to tear down the engine.
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Posted on May 09, 2011
SOURCE: clogged pressure washer nozzle
Some of those adjustable nozzles are made with a removable orifice. If you look close, it is basically a small set-screw with a hole in it (for the spray orifice). I am not sure what size you need, but they are always metric, "allen" style "screw/orifice". If this is the case, go anywhere that sells sowing supplies and buy a long, slender needle. This is the only thing I've found that is really strong and small enough. Use the needle to dig or force the blockage out.
If your spray nozzle is not made with a removable orifice, you just have to take the nozzle off of the lance and use your needle to dig or push the blockage out. Generally, you have to push (and dig) and it has to come out the way it came in (and that is why you have to take the nozzle off the lance). Be sure to rinse the nozzle out good why you get the orifice unblocked -- or it will just block it again.
While you are working on it, you should be worried about where any debris came from to block the nozzle in the first place. The system is supposed to be closed. If you are running it without a screened inlet or a water filter of some kind, you better fix that. If a piece of debris the right size goes into the system, it can get hung in a poppet valve which is a little harder to work on -- AND -- can damage various parts of the pump.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2012
SOURCE: I have a 2600 Troy bilt pressure washer.When I start the pressure washer,no water comes out the nozzle and the nozzle is not clogged either.I took the nozzle/gun off and there still was'nt any wat
If when you take the High Pressure water hose off the pressure washer pump no water will come out they you may simple have the bypass valve stuck. You may need to just remove the outlet fitting and clean the bypass valve.
It would be helpful to know the model number of the pressure washer or the pump.
Posted on Mar 30, 2012
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