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Constant pressure


Some of these machines require you to hold the spray handle trigger in the open position while starting the motor, once it is running let the trigger go and it should run on bypass

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Some models have a tiny orifice in the adjustable spray head.(if equipped) Which can become clogged by debris or calcium buildup. Water should flow through even when unit is off and sprayer handle(on/off) is operated if there is no water then you definitely have a clog.

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I hope the engine wont spray... if it's a pressure washer thats not spraying the name of the unit would help... but does it build pressure but doesn't spray - check the wand
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Generac 6hp pressure washer starts and runs fine, no real leaks, but it never builds up pressure.


after making the water connections, be sure to hold the trigger open on the wand for a couple of minutes before starting. All the air must be removed from the system before it can create pressure.

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The pressure relief valve is sticking open.

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Motor turns over but seems to be a lot of pressure on it . it kicks back hard


Make sure you are holding the trigger and water is spraying while you are trying to start it, otherwise pressure will build up in the pump and it will kick back.

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Pressure washer has no pressure


Try and back flush the washer..Take spay nozzle off washer and back flush with hose...If any kind of sand or deposits get into the Pump it will hold pressure valve open not letting it build pressure.after back flushing hook back up washer and before you put spar nozzle back on or start washer turn water on and make sure all air is out of washer..hook spray nozzle back up and hold it open with washer still off.when you see that there is no more air coming out of washer start it and you should have pressure.Hope this helps you and have a great day!!

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