20 Most Recent Northstar Pressure Washer Turbo Nozzle Questions & Answers


I used a vise and pipe wrench to loosen. Have to be careful with the vise that you don't over tighten it and damage the hose fitting. When replacing the nozzle, lube the threads with non-water soluble grease.

Northstar... | Answered on Aug 29, 2010


Most commonly, debris gets plugged internally in the nozzle holes. Using a small pick from the outside, with the nozzle removed from the wand (it is threaded on), you can try to dislodge debris caught in the nozzle holes.

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Northstar... | Answered on Dec 04, 2009


NorthStar Pressure Washer Turbo Nozzle --> --> Turbo nozzle sprays up to 3.1 GPM at 2300 PSI and 194°F. Unique design delivers 0° high pressure impact with wide angle spray coverage.
The point of the Turbo is that it is a solid ( high pressure stream of water )

Northstar... | Answered on Oct 19, 2009


The wand is dirty!! Clean out the Nozzle with a small diameter wire.

Northstar... | Answered on Jul 29, 2009


bypass valve is shot or stuck in the "open" position

Northstar... | Answered on Jun 15, 2009


Dear muttandjeff,
I do not know if you machine is single or three phase. But whatever, one simple thing is to check that you have the right rotation. If the rotation is good, then fuel can be pumped. Now there must be a sensor that switches on with water flow. No water....no fire. If there is water passing, then the sensor is stuck and showing that there is no flow. The thermostat also opens a solinoid valve in most machines of this type. If solinoid valve is faulty....fuel will not come out. If this is a diesel boiler...check gap of electrodes and condotion of fuel nozzel. One last thing, is something I found in a machine of a friend of mine. I found everything correct....but then I found that the fuel was totaly mixed with water. So, that you have correct fuel, is also important.
fulltech.

Northstar... | Answered on Dec 18, 2008


The oil in the pump is probably leaking because a seal is blown and water is getting into the piston housing. Take a look inside at the oil. It should be brown and translucent. If it is gray, white or milky, you have a blown oil seal. This reservoir should only be 1/3 full of non-detergent oil to begin with. Hope this helps

Northstar Garden | Answered on Sep 04, 2016


Water inlet filter lime or dirt , 2 nozzle dirt 3
floss with o-rings valves 1 valve has dirt or broken o-ring between 1 of the valves 4 pressure control valve was not screwed. the nozzle (if it is a dirtkiller) is is broken mostly porcelain.


Northstar Garden | Answered on Oct 17, 2015


I think you mean an UN Loader this is a valve that redirects (bypasses) the pressureized water back into the intake when you release the trigger When it is not working the machine continues to build pressure and will bog down

hope this helps

the ed

Northstar Garden | Answered on Oct 15, 2015


If it really bogs down to where the engine is struggling....it's the carburetor. It's not allowing the engine the fuel/air ratio it needs for peak performance.

Northstar Garden | Answered on Oct 08, 2015


PDF]Owner's Manual - Northern Tool + Equipment

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Northern Tool + EquipmentCall NorthStar Product Support 1-800-270-0810 .... -During transportation take precautions to make sure pressure washer will not tip ..... A- Low oil shutdown.

Northstar Garden | Answered on Sep 21, 2015


If it is a twist coupler which won't turn, i use a pipe wrench or channel locks. If it's a quick coupler socket and the sleeve won't pull back, the quick coupler plug is bad. If you can't get them apart, both should be replacedTodd Lehkereplaced.

Northstar Garden | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


THIS SOUND LIKE YOU NEED A NEW SEAL

Northstar Garden | Answered on Jun 14, 2014

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