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Answered: Pressure washer won't spray water

ur all dumb asses! dont answer a question if u dont know anything about em! its venting he said, not leaking. some pressure washers have built in therm. to let water blow by when it reaches 195 degrees. just let it cool down . and try to keep ur finger on the triger, the water flow keeps it cool ...

Answered: How does a pressure washer work

Robin, pressure washers pump water through a small opening, raising the pressure to an amount useful for cleaning. The pump, which commonly would have three pistons, compresses the water and forces it out to the trigger gun. The trigger gun has a nozzle at the end with a specific size hole in the ...

Answered: Pressure washer repair

first you will have to remove the broken part and replace it. It sounds like the unloader valve (pressure valve) is stuck open. Remove it, check for dirt etc., make sure the o-rings are ok, put petroleum jelly on o-rings and replace. You should also check the valves and clean them.

Answered: Pressure washer gun

you would be better off replaceing the gun
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Why does my power washer with a Honda gsx390 start with one pull and die

Consider a blocked fuel line. Most mimimal sized generators have fuel petcocks hidden under the gas tank so that you might never detect them. Remove the petcock and your generator will perform as advertised.

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My electric power washers (1500 psi) will not ...

Well, you can try using electrical tester to check you electrical connection, you might not know, maybe its not your equipment problem after all.