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The power washer leaks fro the base when pressure is applied. I removed the bottom housing and the round gasket that houses the bearing is badly damaged. I would like to obtain a repair manual and possibly order some parts. email odonnellpcod@aol.com

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sounds like the bearings need replaced, when replacing bearings you need to replace all of them to ensure proper function and life longevity.

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Hello,

Your in luck! www.cnn.cn you can get full housings and replacement hinge springs for this model phone. Im not sure which parts exactly are broken on yours, but you can get any of the case pieces from that web site. I personally have ordered from there before and have been satisfied.

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Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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all 4 stroke engines have oil, and 2 stroke can have a oil mixer reservoir to mix with engine gas or to lube the chains , gears, pumps.
If yours is 4 stroke as likely then the oil may be leaking at the seals to the main. (bad news)
Pressure wash it (lol) and locate the leak,
to speed up the leak you can pump some compressed air into the engine (be creative)

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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I have the same problem. Bosch no longer stocks the replacement for my particular washer which has the same model no but could be a different fd #. I now have the wrong part as directed by bosch which doesnt have the hose connection. I am not sure what to do with the hose leading to nowhere. Bosch is living off of an undeserved good reputation.


In the present, the reputation is not deserved. Bosch products should only be recommended to enemies. The company and the especially the customer service is beyond deplorable. I hate these appliances. I feel ripped off! The part by the way, which is wrong, is 100.00 with tax.

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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most auto stores have high pressure connectors and or machines
to make these connections. Also there are radiant heat connectors
that may or may not fit.

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