Comet Garden - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support


You can utilize the grating idea of muriatic Acid - a typical mineral acid - to free your bath of rust stains. Muriatic acid is accessible from your nearby home improvement shop and should be dealt with cautiously as it is quite caustic.

Comet Garden | Answered on Feb 20, 2020


taking it that it is a compressor unit
water is from compression of the gas and the oil will be from the sump oil passing rings
nothing major at this point as all compressors do this
best is to drain water at the drain tap before using it each day
no the drop in pressure is n from insufficient air supply as available air is what makes pressure
That will mean that the reed valves / poppet valves in the compressor head/s are needing attention and these can be replaced if spares are available

Comet GXD2527G... | Answered on Nov 18, 2017


contact ronson id guess

Comet Garden | Answered on Sep 23, 2017


Hi, W/D here.
Leave the water on, and hold the trigger down for about 5 minutes to get all of the air out of the system. Letting off of the trigger occasionally and then opening it up will help displace any air in the chambers. While still holding the trigger down, start the washer. Should put up your desired pressure.
Best regards, --W/D--

Comet Axd3020g... | Answered on Sep 13, 2017


probably has a relief valve in the pump head that prevents over pressure from damaging the pump
3000 psi is extreme for a pressure washer and will remove paint from a vehicle , blow out gaskets on engines , remove cement surface , peel timber surfaces

Comet TW 5050 S... | Answered on Sep 08, 2015


L'utiliser cette pompe sans huile est une erreur fatale:

[PDF]COMET PLUNGER PUMP SERVICE MANUAL INDEX

www.cometpump.com/_images/support/Pump_Repair_Manual.pdfLUBRICATION: Make sure crankcase is filled with Comet Pump oil. Running this pump without oil will cause damage and void any warranties. Change the pump ..

Comet BXD 2525 G... | Answered on Aug 03, 2015


2.9 kw/h up to 4.5 kw/h depending on the model.

Comet Garden | Answered on Aug 03, 2015


Below is a list of the MOST COMMONLY reported troubleshooting issues.

you might want to try these steps:
No detergent
Reservoir is empty
Add more detergent

No detergent
Detergent suction tube not properly connected to the machine
Check connection

No detergent
Detergent is too thick Dilute detergent

No detergent
Filter on detergent suction tube is closed
Open the filter by turning it to the desired detergent intake

No detergent
Filter on detergent suction tube is clogged
Run warm water through filter to remove debris

No detergent
Damaged or clogged detergent suction tube
Remove obstruction or replace detergent suction tube

No detergent
Spray wand is in high pressure position
Turn spray wand tip to low pressure position

No detergent
Discharge nozzle is obstructed Blow out or remove debris with a fine needle

reference from:

http://troybilt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10652/~/basic-troubleshooting---pressure-washers-%28gasoline-powered%29

please consult the operators manual you can get from link below:
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or a Professional Shop Manual for model specific technical information.

If professional service is needed, please utilize the Authorized Service Center Directory to have the equipment professionally inspected and serviced.
You may also contact our Customer Technical Support department at:

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Comet BXD2527... | Answered on Jun 30, 2015


what you have is a bad seal or a crack within the pump crack more common if any water was left in it during the cold winter

Comet Pressure... | Answered on Mar 23, 2015


Hi
These are the valves If they are melted this is because the washer is being left running without being triggered. I also suspect yoru unloader may be failing...your will want your unloader tested. The only way to test anything is to replace these valves first. unfortunately I would also inspect your packings as well as the pistons. when water builds up for a length of time without triggering the washer it recycles and builds up heat....this heat starts to melt your valves....this can also happen by starving your pump for water....running it without water....or by a failed unloader where it doesnt allow water to bypass...do you have to pull the trigger of your wand to start it? If so then your unloader needs work. If it has been starved for water..then your packings will show that damage as well...Usually the farthest set from the inlet having the most damage. Also, when that all get hot as soon as you trigger it and cold water is introduced into the pump, this "shocks" the pump packings and pistons. You want to check the pistons to see if they have cracked..So inspect your pump oil for water...look to see if its white-ish looking... Check your pistons for cracks...check your packings for wear. If you see wear that increasingly gets worse the farther away from your pump inlet then thats a tell tale sign of starvation. ..if your pistons are cracked you will need to replace packings as well anyway. Then replace your valves...reassemble and test your unloader. Good luck to you man. You can get all parts here Pressure washer parts catalog quick links Pressure Washers High Pressure... or FIND PARTS FAST

Comet Garden | Answered on Feb 26, 2015


Comet is a company that makes high pressure washer pumps. Usually sold by northern tool

Comet Garden | Answered on Feb 23, 2015


check your check valves.
or one of the wobble plate pistons is not working right ( broken, broken spring etc)

Comet AXD 3020 G... | Answered on Dec 16, 2014

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