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Frequently Asked Questions

Pressure Washer Symptoms:
  • Output pressure varies high and low.
  • No detergent.
  • Garden hose connection leaks.
  • Spray wand, or extension, or nozzle leaks
  • Pump is noisy.
  • Water leaks from pump (up to 10 drops per minute)
  • Spray wand, or extension, or nozzle leaks.
  • Pump is noisy.
  • Oil Drips
  • Motor buzzes but fails to run.
  • Symptom Cause Solution

    Output pressure varies high and low. Not enough inlet water supply. Turn water on full force. Check garden hose for kinks, leaks or blockage.

      Pump is sucking air. Check that hoses and fittings are air tight. Turn off machine. Purge pump by squeezing trigger gun until a steady flow of water emerges through the nozzle.

      Water inlet filter is clogged. Remove filter and rinse out in warm water.

      Discharge nozzle is obstructed. Blow out or remove debris with a fine needle.

      Calcified gun, hose or spray wand. Run distilled vinegar through detergent suction tube.

    No detergent. Detergent suction tube not properly connected to the machine. Check connection.
     
      Detergent is too thick. Dilute detergent, for best results use recommended detergent.
     
      Filter on detergent suction tube is clogged. Run warm water through filter to remove debris.
     
      Damaged or clogged detergent suction tube. Remove obstruction or replace detergent suction tube.
     
      Spray wand is in high pressure position. Turn spray wand tip to low pressure position.
     
      Discharge nozzle is obstructed. Blow out or remove

    Garden hose connection leaks. Loose fittings. Tighten fittings.
     
      Missing/worn rubber washer. Insert new washer.

    Spray wand, or extension, or nozzle leaks. Spray nozzle not properly attached. Insert the spray nozzle into the trigger Carefully press in against the spring tension and twist into the locked position.
     
      Broken o-ring or plastic insert. Call Customer Support

    Pump is noisy. Pump is sucking air. Check that hoses and fittings are air tight. Turn off machine and purge pump by squeezing trigger gun until a steady flow of water emerges through the nozzle.

    Water leaks from pump (up to 10 drops per minute is permissible). Loose fittings. Check that hoses and fittings are air tight. Turn off machine and purge pump by squeezing trigger gun until a steady flow of water emerges through the nozzle.
    Spray wand, or extension, or nozzle leaks. Spray nozzle not properly attached. Insert the spray nozzle into the trigger Carefully press in against the spring tension and twist into the locked position.
     
      Water seals are damaged or worn. Call Customer Support
    Pump is noisy. Pump is sucking air. Check that hoses and fittings are air tight. Turn off machine and purge pump by squeezing trigger gun until a steady flow of water emerges through the nozzle.

    Oil Drips Oil seals are damaged or worn. Call Customer Support

    Motor buzzes but fails to run. Supply voltage below minimum. Verify that only the pressure washer is running on this circuit.
     
      System has residual pressure. Turn unit “OFF”, squeeze trigger on spray want to release pressure, then turn unit “ON”.
     
      Voltage loss due to extension cord. Do not use extension cord with this unit—plug directly into power outlet.
     
      Pressure washer not used for long periods Call Customer Service.