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Craftsman Pressure Washer Model #580762250 Serial # 4033531 Need a manual for this particular machine. When it builds up pressure it cuts off.

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I believe sears will give you one free;

you have to download it, but it isn't too much trouble, page 16 lists a whole laundry list of possible problems. Word of advice, change your oil in the pump regularly, if it is burnt appearing you might want to consider replacing rings etc and complete teardown, we didn't and trashed the pump.

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