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SOURCE: poor pressure and water comes out of the detergent hose

replacing the wand wont solve the pressure problems, its going to be the pump problems, pump create high pressure to the wand. hope that help

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pressure relief valve is faulty. replace.

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SOURCE: I have a Husky pressure washer with a Honda

check the quick disconnect to the wand these are spring operated and can get stuck

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Any chance it froze during the winter? They do need to be winterized.

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SOURCE: The garden hose was used to siphon water from a

Hello, check the hose connection on the pump. There is generally a screen there to prevent dirt from entering the pump. Clean off this screen and all should be well.
joe

Posted on Jan 27, 2011

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I have a Miele g7856 and I just replaced the drain hose now I get a F2E code ?


The F 2E code indicates insufficient water coming into the dishwasher. Thus you should check that the shut-off valves for the incoming water lines are open. Make sure that the incoming water pressure hasn't decreased and that the water lines aren't kinked or blocked. You should also check the water inlet filters (at the screw connection of the hose) and the flow restrictor insert in the waterproof system.

Since the dishwasher was working before the drain hose was replaced, closed shut-off valves and kinked hoses are particularly likely. You may also want to replace the inlet hoses themselves. (Some anti-burst hoses will restrict the water flow if they detect a leak.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 19, 2016 | Miele Dishwashers

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My washer is giving me an F and H error code and stops mid cycle


The FH code indicates a problem with the incoming water. Press Pause/Cancel twice to clear the error. It could be water not coming into the washer or the water doesn't reach the desired level after 8 minutes of incoming water.

First check that your water valves are open and that the hoses aren't kinked. Next make sure that the incoming water isn't being siphoned directly into the drain. (This happens when the outlet hose is positioned in the drain stack to be lower than the water level of the washer.)

Turn off the water valves and disconnect the water hoses. Check if the incoming water filters are clogged. Also check that the hoses are undamaged. There are some anti-flood hoses that seal themselves if they detect a leak. Replace the hoses if you suspect this problem.

The next things to check are the inlet valve and the pressure switch hose. This needs to be connected to the tub and the pressure switch. Check that the wiring between several parts (the inlet valve, pressure switch, drain pump and flow meter) and the central control unit. Next check the pressure switch and the flow meter themselves. Also check the CCU unit.

Replace any faulty items.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Dec 08, 2011 | Kenmore Elite 45986 Front Load Washer

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My Carrier AC is leaking from the inside connection to where the white PVC tubing connects to. The padding inside is soaked and when I press it, it is filled with water. It continuosly drips down water...


If this unit is new more than likely the condesate drain line does not have a deep U shaped "trap"in it. This allows the negative air pressure inside the unit to draw air up thru the drain line holding the water inside the cabinet until the fan shuts off, then the water can drop out of the unit everywhere.

If the system has been in foe some time and has the proper "trap" the drain line could be plugged any where there is a turn in the pipe. It is a messy clean out but it can be done by cutting the straight PVC pipe, right after the screw in fitting and the 90. This will allow you to unscrew the fitting at the unit and clean it out. Sometime there is a gel like clog that grows at this point. Then you can take a wire or compressed air to clean out the rest of the line to the outlet. Next pour hot water thru the PVC and see how it comes out the end. Worst case you will need to pour a solution of hot water and white vinegar to remove any build up.

Jul 29, 2011 | Carrier 38CKC042 Air Conditioner

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Engine runs , not getting any water flow when trigger pressed.


Disconnect hoses.
Look for kink in water hose.
Check incoming water connection for filter washer
Replace filter washer
If you don't have a filter washer, put one in.
Hook up water, and turn on
Water should come out other side of pump.
Turn on machine.
Do you get pressured water out of pump.
If no pressure, then pump is suspect
Hook up washer hose without gun
Does pressure come out of washer hose
Finally, the gun trigger may be bad.

We had to buy guns now and then.
Search for pressure washer guns
Following link shows guns we used:
http://www.ultimatewasher.com/pressure-washer-trigger-guns.htm

Oct 25, 2010 | Karcher G2650HHR Gas Pressure Washer

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Water goes thru. have hydrulic oil to level. gun semas to stick on. NOT GETTING ANY PRESSURE AT NOSSEL.


Hydraulic oil?
Is this a pressure washer?
Pump should be half full of SAE20 or SAE30 non-detergent motor oil.
Engine should have 10W30 motor oil.

If you have a pressure washer ... and not water is coming out end of gun:
Take all hoses off machine.
Look at incoming water hose connection.
The should be a filter washer.
Clean or replace filter washer.
Hook up water and turn on water.
Water should come out other side of pump.
Turn on power washer and see if water coming out of pump is pressurized.
Now hook up pressure hose without gun.
Turn on pressure washer and see if water comes out of hose and is pressurized.
Finally, the gun may be bad.
We used to replace guns when they went bad.

Oct 24, 2010 | Dewalt 3800 PSI Pressure Washer

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IT IS WORKING BUT NO WATER INCOME


shut off the hot and cold water.disconnect the water line from the washer and stick them in the washer,turn the water back on,make sure you have someone hold the lines so when the water is on the hoses don't spray all over the place from the pressure in the lines,if no water comes out you have a bad home water valve and need to change it out,if water comes out check the valve where the water lines connect to on the back of the washer,if there are screens inside the opening on the valve pull them out and clean them or you'll have to change the valve out.you didn't send the model number so i don't know what kind of machine you have,if it's a newer washer you could have problems with the electronics or something else,also i've seen water lines with pressure valves in them,if you have this change them out to regular burst proof hoses.good luck

Jul 31, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Water leaking from the bottom of the big PVC pipe parallel to the water heater


What is the leaking pvc pipe connected to? The T & P valve on the side (or top) of the tank? Or is it an incoming cold or outgoing hot water line? If you have just lit the water heater, the T & P valve may drip, but only for a little while and it will stop. The T & P (temperature and pressure relief) valve may be bad and need replaced. Turn off the incoming cold water valve and turn the gas valve to off position. Then drain the water heater using the T & P valve, it will stop draining when the water level is just below it. Remove the T&P valve and replace with new one. Use thread sealing tape on threads. Or call a plumber if not sure.

May 15, 2010 | Rheem 50 Gallon FVR NATGAS Water Heater...

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I have a Weather King AC/Furnace in the attic that's dripping water into the drain pan. When we purchased our new house it came with this unit and it never dripped ater. Now, the water is dripping towards...


I assume it is dripping water when the AC is running. If you look at the attic unit, there should be a PVC pipe running from the unit - probably an insulated PVC pipe. This pipe probably goes across the attic to the edge of the house and drains outside. The drain pan may also have a drain pipe, but the one on the AC unit is the issue, and is probably plugged. Go outside and see if you can locate the AC drain pipe. See if the ground is wet below the pipe and if water is steadily dripping from the pipe (with AC running). If the pipe and ground are dry, the pipe is plugged. If you have a wet/dry vac, try connecting it to the drain pipe outside to see if you can **** the pluggage out. If you can get it clear, water should start dripping out of the pipe. This same thing happened at our house. I decided to cut the pipe in the attic, and add in a PVC isolation valve, tee, and water hose connection with plug, so I can valve out the AC unit from the pipe, remove hose connection plug, and hook up a water hose and flush the line to outside. Lowe's sells all of the PVC pipe fittings. The water pressure from the hose will always flush out the algae and crud to the outside of the house. I can also remove the plug and pour a cup of bleach down the drain pipe every couple of months to keep algae growth in check. I also cut out the trap (u-leg) from pipe in the attic and purchased a ready made trap a Lowes (the contractor who built our house had made a lousy homemade trap). I purchased a few PVC elbows and installed the trap on the drain pipe outside. By the way, our AC drain pipe comes out of our wall outside and drains near our outside unit. Our secondary drain pan drain pipe comes out outside from an eave on the side of the house. I don't know what you drain line looks like (it may have a port to add bleach, or some cleanout provisions, maybe not). If you choose to modify/improve it, then make a sketch of it, go to Lowe's and get the PVC parts you need + PVC pipe primer and cement. PVC cement dries fast. Remember, the pipe must flow downhill from you AC attic unit. You can use a regular wood saw to cut the pipe. I hope this helps you. You need to keep the drain line clear as algae will continue to grow in it. Pouring bleach in the line every month or two helps. You also need to check maybe once a month that the line is draining properly (check to see if dripping outside). You can get some serious water damage to your ceilings if the water backs up and overflows. I discovered that our drain line was plugged just in time as our drain pan drain line was also partially plugged and drain pan was about to overflow.

May 08, 2010 | Weather King 12AJA4201AH Air Conditioner

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A/C unit is working perfectly, but the past days is leaking water inside the house. Is probably the drain right?


Yes, the drain has either come loose, or clogged. Treat these as you would any plumbing problem. If the water isn't coming out at all where it normally does you can use some drain cleaner followe by plenty of water. If the line is broke you may need a 3/4 inch pvc coupling, pvc glue and a small hand saw to repair the drain pipe. There is a possibility that it is the pan has rusted through, which you would probably need help from a Pro. Good luck

Jul 13, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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