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If i didnt have enough oil when using and broke it, can it be repaired or is it cheaper to get a new pressure washer

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Hi, with lack of oil, I would say that the engine is ruined internally. This of course depends on what is broken internally. One can purchase another engine or what is called a long block. The long block consists of the engine without all the external parts. You would then transfer the parts from your old engine to the new one. I would check at a Briggs dealer near you as to what options they have. Sometimes the long block is a cheaper alternative and you reuse your pressure washer pump with it. Labor is a big factor in this as well. If you are able and can do the work then this is also a consideration. With a new complete unit however, you get a warranty. Another factor is the age of your unit. It might be better to get a newer one as to the usage of your existing pump.

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This assumes you did not turn power washer over or on its side to drain oil, or dirty oil will flow into carburetor requiring complete carburetor cleaning.

It sounds like could be one of the problems listed below or a combination of those things.
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3) Carburetor is partially gummed up and engine cuts off when gas flow slows down. Buy some gum out, and then don't store power washer with gasoline in the tank. Or put additive in gas when storing machine.
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5) Dirty air filter that won't let engine breath enough air to keep up with combustion. Take off air filter and see if problem persists.
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