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The Karcher 5.6 pressure connection is not working. what can I do?

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SOURCE: Pressure hose not working on Karcher pressure washer

A common problem with these is a pressure valve inside the unit that controls the power to the pump. If the unit has not been used for some time the valve can stick.

Does the motor run when you press the trigger?

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Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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