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SOURCE: pressure washer water leaking from gun

Depending on the manufacturer, you may purchase a rebuild kit for these very inexpensively. It's just a small pack of o-rings and maybe a spring or two. It would be a good weekend job, pretty simple to figure out, I've got faith in you. Thanks Dana

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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