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the warbler is just a cam action for the pump plungers so there will be no timing
I would think that you have the spring on the wrong side of the valve for the soap line and instead of shutting off that line when using the pressure wand it is by-passing pressure up that line to the dispenser.
It should be a one way valve to work under low pressure from the dispenser.
First of all, depending on how much tranny fluid you put in, you may not need to drain it. Transmission fluid is just oil with other additives in it. Unless you see the oil breaking down, it will probably not run badly. If you put more than a few ounces in, I would recommend changing the oil, which should be done after two hours on a new motor anyway. Some B&S engines do not have a drain plug. If there is one it will be at the base of the motor where it bolts down to the housing. Some also come with an oil drain tube, which allows you to drain the oil without getting it all over the housing. If there is not plug or tube, you can drain the oil from the motor by turning it on it's side and letting the oil drain out the fill tube. Be careful not to spill the fuel - some may leak through the fuel cap and depending on the location of the carburetor, some may leak there as well. Be sure to use 30 weight oil or oil marked as 4-stroke engine oil. Check the levels every time you use the mower to be sure that you have adequate oil and to look for signs of breakdown (thin or spotty on the dipstick) or water (milky or foamy oil) in the oil. Any doubts change the oil. $5 is a cheap price to be sure your motor is protected properly.
You didn't state your model number so I don't know exactly which type pump you have. With that; there is no 'oil pressure' in power washer pumps. The internal parts work in an oil bath/splash environment and the pump body is vented, usually at the oil fill cap. Thicker oils and stop leak will only mask the problem and make the pump work harder. Where the oil is coming out is key to the problem. Clean the pump well with something like dish soap to remove all excess oil to find exactly where it's leaking. If it's leaking at a part joint, like the pump body to the valve body or at a bolt, you may have a bad gasket or cracked part. If it's coming out the oil cap a likely cause is there is too much oil in the pump. When oil gets hot it expands and will find a way out. If you have an oil site glass, make sure the site glass is only half full of oil. If it has a dipstick, make sure you have the right dipstick and only fill it to the full mark. Most pressure pumps only need to be half full but that is dependent on your particular pump. If you have it consult your owner's manual. If you don't have the manual you can go to http://servicenet.dewalt.com, search for your model number and see if the manual is still available.
jon i'm sorry their treating you that way I will try to help..First go back to where you bought the pressure washer and first speak with a sales person and explain that you only used the machine x times and that you feel it has not lived up to what you were tould.(wait until asked for the receipt befor saying anything) Just tell them when asked the receipt is at home,no lie there it is at your home right! Then if he/she cannot help then ask to speak with the manager.If that does not do it ask to speak to the corperate manager. Busness do not like there product being spoken about in a bad lite for the whole world to hear in there store... As they say the squeaky wheel gets the greese..hope that helps..
top is a breather you may be overfull of oil most pumps you can use engine oil .drain and put in half litre or if it has a sight glass top up to low side of glass and try it out.possible your seals on way out this usually then leaks at front or gets water in.if you still have good pressure oil seals easy to do.