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Was using our powerwasher,,it;s 3 yrs old..have only used it 4 times...and the water just stopped coming outta the gun...my husband thnks the pump went on it...we have only used it 4 times..

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On the round piece that the garden hose screws too there is a filter screen in there. Remove it gently with a screwdriver around the edges and clean the screen then put it back in.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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    thank you,,i will try this in the morning,

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