Question about Nilfisk 350-01 Wet Washer
I had the same problem, turn on nothing happened and then the fuse popped. Once I had opened the unit up it was obvious the Capacitor had failed. New part sourced from that auction site from a company called 'reliant-cleaning-services' the replacement part sourced was '25uf 450v Capacitor Universal to Fit Washing Machine / Tumble Dryers' Cost £2.75 delivered and it's been fine ever since!
Hope this helps and good luck. :-)
Posted on Jan 13, 2015
I checked the owners manual. Here are some things you can check:
The thermal sensor has shut it down. The manual says to let it cool down for 5 plus minutes, then try it again. I imagine you've tried that already, so ....
The nozzle could be partially blocked. The nozzle MUST be detached in order to clean it. Use something as long as the nozzle, like a stiff wire or needle like object, to clear it. Then flush it backwards with water.
Since the fuse blew, try the machine without the extensions hose or use a little higher rated fuse or both.
The pump/spray gun is leaking.
If none of these works, please reply back.
I hope this does work. If it does, I'd appreciate your vote. Thanks,
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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