Question about Karcher Garden
SOURCE: karcher washer went dead
The problem is that the spill valve got stuck. When the machine is working and the gun is closed, a valve( spill valve) moves with the accumilated pressure and switches the machine off. So what happened is that when the spill valve did its job, it found no water...and remained stuck. This leaving the machine in an off position. Service and lubrication to the spill valve must be done or completely replacing with a new spill valve. In my opinion you have no serious damage, but this job must be carried out by an expirienced technician.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: Karcher K2.94 Overheats
Well, there is a switch inside. It is controlled by the valve that allows the pump to go into bypass when you let go of the trigger. This switch may be worn out or the valve that controls it is sticking. It may also be that your motor is just worn out. There is a heat sensor inside the motor (you cannot get to it) that sometimes wears out and trips too easily.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
hi here is the link for manual
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Hi This could be just the water inlet channel broken or split. You will need to remove the yellow cover via the screws at the back of the unit and then connect the water hose to see where the leak is coming from. If the water comes from underneath the pump then you will need a replacement pump seal kit of which you can purchase on the Internet.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
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