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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Karcher Pressure washer
don't know if this will help, but when I use mine, to start the pressure up I have to turn the nozzle to fine spray then turn it to the power spray and it works every time, shouldn't have to do this but I got it for nothing.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
SOURCE: washer not draining all the way
OK, so I had no luck finding any information on the WSXH208A. I knew this problem was possibly related to a clogged filter because of the responses related to other machines, but where the heck is the filter on this model...not easily found. Finally, after some persistence, I found it. The filter is inside the black rubber piece that attaches the drum to the pump. It is a small clear plastice piece with holes in it located inside the black rubber piece. Detach the black rubber piece from it's 3 connections...1 to the bottom of the drum (unscrew the tightening screw at the top metal wire to loosen the connection), 1 connection to the pump and one other connection coming from the top somewher (both of these are connected with press-grip clasp type things). Take the entire black rubber piece out (make sure to have plenty of towels layed out and a pan to catch the water if you can. My pan didn't catch much, but the towels soaked it up anyway. Pull the filter out from inside the black rubber piece once disconnected. I actually had a dollar bill wrapped around the inside of my filter, completely blocking it. Once the filter is cleared, put everything back together. Make sure all connections are on tight to prevent any leaks. Hope this works for you...I was happy to fix it myself and avoid the costly repair-man!
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
Was the place where it was the original laundry room. If so outlet was probably a dedicated line not hook to any other outlets. Now you moved and plugged into outlet that is not dedicated other items are probably being used on same circuit or breaker is to small, should be 20amp.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
inside the waasher there is a fill level valve i think its blocked up with "gunk" if you look inside the washer you should see a small pipe from the bottom of the drum going up to a round type of valve with lots of wires fitted to it at the top of the washer,,,pull the pipe off this valve and "blow hard" down through it,,any "gunk" should be pushed out and the washer should wook ok after that,,,if it dont change the valve!!!
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
Testimonial: "Yes! The machine now seems to be working fine after what was a fairly straightforward job even for a semi-klutz with machinery like me. Many thanks."
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