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Water stopped coming out while using it. viewing port on right side shows a red dot in center.

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The most common cause of this is the pressure regulating spool valve sticks in the bore. As the pressure builds with the wand closed, the spool moves against a spring to block additional water from entering. When wand is triggered, pressure drops and more water is admitted. Remove the spool and clean the bore with crocus cloth on a dowel rod. Replace the O Rings on the spool and lube with a bit of plumber's grease and re-assemble. Often you can get a kit of O Rings for the washer or you can get EXACT replacements at a supplier... they MUST be the exact size as the originals.

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