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Karsher 2500 psi

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  • aubreydarn Sep 25, 2008

    Works when first started, with first trigger pull, then not. If I take the spray tip out and purge it a few times, replace the tip, then it works on first trigger pull again.

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SOURCE: when I squeez the handle the pressure surges.

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The first thing i would do is be sure there is not a partial blockage in the nozzle.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I don't get a constant

Make sure that while you are running your pressure washer, other machines that pull

large volumes of water like a dishwasher or washing machine are not running. check and make sure

the hose you have tied to the pressure washer is not collapsing or has any kinks in it.

check the filter where your water hose ties in to your pressure washer, make sure it

is clean and does not have any debris or hardwater buildup, clean the tip at the tip of

the wand. if it is reduced in size by hardwater buildup, will not work properly, good luck!

Posted on Jul 12, 2011

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