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I HAD AN OBSTRUCTION IN MY RMW2.2G24 PUMP ON A HUSKY PRESSURE WASHER. I REMOVED THE LOWER PORTION OF THE PUMP BY REMOVING THE THREE SCREWS THAT HAVE HEX INSERT TYPE HEADS. I FOUND A DIRT DAUBER HAD BUILT MUD IN THE DISCHARGE TUBE AND CLEANED IT OUT. I ALSO HAD TO REMOVE THE TUBE AND CLEAN THE DETERGENT INJECTOR ORIFICE BY UNSCREWING IT AND CLEANING AND THEN REINSTALLING IT. I REMOVED THE UNLOADER AND CHECKED FOR ANY BLOCKAGES THERE AND REINSTALLED IT. MY PROBLEM IS THAT AFTER DOING ALL THIS MY PUMP WILL NOT BUILD PRIME AND I DON'T KNOW IF I ADJUSTED THE UNLOADER PROPERLY UPON REINSTALLATION. ANY CLUES ON WHY I CAN'T BUILD PRESSURE ON PRIME WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

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