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I have a landa hmp-4-3500 heated pressure washer and i am problems with the water heater. where can i find a trouble shooting guide for this machine

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Landa does not have a model HMP so I am not sure which machine you have. If you can provide a full model and serial off of the model tag on the machine I can provide you with a digital copy of the manual you are looking for.

Sincerely,
Aron Kerr
Landa Northwest
www.landanw.com
800.247.8103
503.255.6508

Posted on Feb 14, 2011

  • Adam Baughman Mar 01, 2012

    Aron, I am looking for an owner's manual for my Landa PWer as well. I just purchased a PG4-35324S rental. The serial number is P1105-11942. Please message me back or email me.

    Thanks,
    Adam Baughman
    [email protected]

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    Aron Kerr Mar 02, 2012

    Adam, I sent you an email this morning that has the manual you requested attached. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me using the information below.

    Sincerely,
    Aron Kerr
    Landa Northwest
    www.landanw.com
    800.247.8103
    503.255.6508

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