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Leakage from the garden hose connection along with connection to the pressure washer.

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The female hos bib connection should have a typical hose washer inside.Often you can't tighten the nut tight enough without this washer, to keep it from leaking both from the hose, and the rest fo the fitting into the washer.

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Why won't the hose connect to the washer?


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I bought a Parkside pressure cleaner,but I have no idea how has to be connecting?Becouse I can't connect by top water.Probably has to be connecting where is washing machine?Help me.Thank you.


You need a garden hose and outdoor spigot although it is possible to connect where the washer connects but is a real pain. You can also get an adapter to connect a garden hose to your "Tap Water" faucet but it is not recommended as you will likely break the faucet off.

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The garden hose was used to siphon water from a dirty pool. The hose was connected to the pressure washer without cleaning out the hose and turned on. After a few minutes he couldn't get pressure from the...


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.
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STARTS AND RUNS FINE BUT WHEN I START WASHING IT QUITS SPRAYING AND THEN BUILDS PRESSURE AND KILLS ENGINE


The reason it stops spraying might be a clogged gun, hose or nozzle-tip.
The reason for pressure buildup killing the engine might be a stuck unloader valve in the pump.

While you are checking each component of the "output" side, spray some penetrating lube into the "input" side of the pump (where the garden hose connects) and let it be working on the unloader valve.

Fix the spraying problem first:
Start at the nozzle and verify that it is open by using low-pressure air. Clean or replace as needed. Next check the hose (with nozzle and gun unhooked) and finally the gun/trigger mechanism.
All must be clear and open to perform correctly.

Next, pour a few ounces of power steering fluid (or similarly LIGHT oil) into the garden hose, attach it to the pump and turn on the water supply.

Leave the "output" hose, gun, etc. UNHOOKED and point the output port of the pump (where the high-pressure hose connects) towards a vacant, safe area.
Startup the engine and allow the oil in the garden hose to work its way thru. (About 1 -3 minutes of run-time.) Shut it down and attach the high-pressure hose.
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No pressure


It is probably air locked....Here's what you need to do. Connect the garden hose, and HP hose, but not the gun. Turn on the water, and let it run while you make sure that there are no high points in the garden hose that can trap air....Work the hose so that any air is displaced through the pressure washer. Continue in this manner through the HP hose. Shut off the water and connect the gun. Turn the hose back on, and operate the gun for several minutes, pulling the trigger and releasing. This alternately allows the water pressure to build up on house pressure and then to depressure, pulling residual air from the system. Release the trigger, and start the machine. Usually, this is enough to get full washing pressure. If it is very difficult to start, you can hold the trigger down on the gun and pull the start cord at the same time. Holding the trigger down acts as an unloader, making the starting easier.
Hope that this helps, --W/D-- please feel free to rate this solution! Thanx!

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WHERE DO THE HOSES GO? Where do you hook up the


The water supply screws onto a standard garden hose quick connect that is female on both ends. Screw the end with the point onto the pressure washer and the part with the slide action onto the end of your garden hose. Then slide the parts together until they click. Sometimes you need to wiggle the slide collar a little.

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I can't connect the garden hose to the water inlet. I am using a size 5/8'' hose but it wont connect to the unit. Please help!


Karcher electric pressure washers typically are supplied fitted with the male half of a standard Hozelock connector. You need the female half secured to the end of your hose, and then they just click together.

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Had the Northstar 3000 psi Pressure Washer for 2 months and it started leaking oil from the pump during use. Took it to Northern and they are replacing the pump under warranty but said it was likely...


It is easy to check if your hose and quick connects are supplying enough water to the pump. Your pressure washer gallon per minuite requirements are printed on the machine and also on the pressure tips in GPM. Your post indicates 2.5 gpm but check your documentation of GPM. Next remove the tip from the wand and connect your hose with current quick connects to the machine. Start engine and direct the pressure wand into a bucket for exactly one minute. Measure the amount of water in the bucket, it should be very close to stated gallons. Do the same test with tip installed and compare measurement. If pump is starving for water you will not get proper amount of water in the bucket and the water hose will collapse. Two to four gallons of water per minute is not very demanding and should be delivered even with very small opening. You can even just direct the hose into the bucket for one minute and check how much water your hose is capable of delivering. I believe that you will find no problem with water delivery to pump. I would certainly enlighten Northern with your findings and question their evaluation. When you start using your pressure washer again try using it at lowest pressure to get the job done. Lowering the pressure to about 75% of max will increase the life of the pump and engine. Good luck with you pump

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