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Inadequate pressure from my Alto pressure washer

My Alto Dynamic is not developing the high pressure that it used to. I am now on another water supply and 30 Meter hose and I recently bought a new pressure hose and wand. What can I check to cure the problem.

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Clean out spay head nozzle with small diameter wire and check that head is pulled or push in or out for high pressure.

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Hi I have an Alto Force and it it has simply stopped operating. Fused changed etc but still no luck.


Try the machine without the high pressure hose on. if that fails you will need to check that you have power to the switch on the machine.

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1. If you have an inlet chemical injection valve make sure that the hose is intact and that the valve is closed.
2. Purge all air from the line by holding the nozzle actuation lever open until all air has been purged. When you connect the water supply hose turn it on before connecting the high pressure hose and let the unit self purge to the pump outlet high pressure hose fitting. Then connect the high pressure hose.
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1, 2, 5, 6, 4, then 3.

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