Question about Karcher 26408500 Pressure Washer 25Foot ExtensionReplacement Hose
THESE ARE RUBBISH, I SPENT SEVERAL HOURS TRYING TO GET MINE TO WORK AND ENDED UP SENDING IT BACK AS NOT BEING FIT FOR PURPOSE. THE HOSE BETWEEN THE WATER SUPPLY AND THE MAVHINE NEEDS TO BE FULL OF WATER BEFORE IT STANDS ANY CHANCE OF WORKING. I WENT FOR THE FILTER THAT SCREWS ONTO THE MACHINE WHICH YOU CONECT TO A NORMAL HOSE CONECTOR WHICH I THEN CONNECT TO THE TAP OF MY WATER BAREL. HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Jun 27, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: karcher washer went dead
The problem is that the spill valve got stuck. When the machine is working and the gun is closed, a valve( spill valve) moves with the accumilated pressure and switches the machine off. So what happened is that when the spill valve did its job, it found no water...and remained stuck. This leaving the machine in an off position. Service and lubrication to the spill valve must be done or completely replacing with a new spill valve. In my opinion you have no serious damage, but this job must be carried out by an expirienced technician.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: Karcher G 2600 ph
In general there are many causes why soap is not sucked. In a domestic and various other machines the soap is only sucked in low pressure. So one thing you can try is remove the nozzle or the complete lance from your gun. This will give a low pressure. If you attach a pipe directly to the machine soap inlet, and soap is not sucked, than the soap valve is "stuck closed" with soap. It is important that one must work with fresh water after using soap. This to flash the system from any soap left. So in a few words attach a pipe directly to the nipple at the machine and use low pressure. Important , you do not have to use soap to test....use fresh water. If this works( which it should)...than service the flow control tap or change it altogether.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
The unloader valve usually is replaced. I dont know if you can get o-rings for it. But if you want to take it apart, there will be a crown or cap style nut just below the spring. Unscrew it completely and you will be able to remove the spool. There is just a series of o-rings on it.
Posted on May 12, 2009
On the Kärcher, you have a bayonet mount at the base of the tip end of the pistol grip. This is where you attach different types of nozzles and gadgets after having removed the existing sprayer tube. Just push in and turn a quarter of a turn, then you pull it off the pistol grip. The hose is possible to remove from the machine as well, an ordinary threaded mount but since you need the pistol grip to regulate on/off this is probably not what you want to do. If the telescopic wand is made by Kärcher it should be very easy to snap it into place just like when you removed the sprayer tube/nozzle. If the attachment was made to fit Alto washers there is an inexpensive adapter that works very well. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Sounds like the pressure valve is broken thats why you cant depress the trigger , the valve is on the pump , i would suggest taking it to a repair shop as they are fiddly things to fix
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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