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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is probably sucking air on one of the connections or around one of the fittings at the regulator. You can also turn the pressure up allittle on the regulator, that might stop it also. Make sure the clamps on the hoses going to the regulator is tite. Also it could be that the regulator is just bypassing water and if it has air in it it will pulsate.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Pressure washers have a pressure regulator/unloader that bypasses the water back into the intake when you let go of the trigger with motor running. If you let the machine run for long preiods in bypass the system could be damaged due to heating of the water being bypassed. The water is in a closed loop. The as the unloader wears it will tend to want to bypass which is what is happening in your case. Dirt trapped at the tip will cause this also. Install clean tip to solve problem. If clean tip did not help then try lowering the pressure by turning pressure regulator counterclock wise. If problem is gone then parts are failing but keep using pump. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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