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Please send a picture of the pressure val. My unit runs good and water flows through it but I can't get the pressure that I need.
The head of the wand slides in and out water runs through it when the head is pulled out but will not run when the head is pushed in could it be clogged?

Coleman Garden | Answered on Jul 15, 2019

carb needs to be ultrasonically cleaned or replaced. its plugged up inside

Coleman Garden | Answered on May 13, 2019

indicates problem pressure control regulator that is not by passing the water when the trigger is released causing the motor to overload

Coleman Garden | Answered on Aug 11, 2018

I have one as well, they are great!

Connect the hose for the gun to the screw connector. Screw the other end to the gun. Screw the two parts of the wand together. Put one of the three nozzles into the end of the lance. From memory, the yellow one is the standard one, the red one is the narrow high pressure one, and the black one is the one for spraying soap. There is a plastic tube that pulls out of a hole in the side to go into a jug of detergent. It sucks it out pretty quick, so beware. Connect the connector to the hose, and fit the connector to the machine. Plug the machine in to an outlet. Turn the blue knob on the top to ON. When you pull the trigger, the machine starts.

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Coleman Garden | Answered on Jul 01, 2018

check that the plug is not too long and hitting on the piston
next check the sump oil level as the oil sensor may be cutting of the spark

Coleman Garden | Answered on May 13, 2018

You checked there is a spark I presume.

Coleman Garden | Answered on Mar 08, 2018

When you cleaned the carb did you clean the fuel jet that is in the carb. Quite often it is the screw that holds the fuel cup on the carb. If that little hole has any dirt in it the engine will not start or run.

Coleman Garden | Answered on Mar 08, 2018

pressure control valves are non adjustable
They operate to unload the pump when the trigger is released
What can vary pressure is the jet size at the end of the wand
The screw and nut on the valve is only to regulate the stop/start pressure as the trigger is pressed/ released
low pressure at the wand jet can be from low water supply to the pump or pump internal problems

Coleman Garden | Answered on Feb 13, 2018

Remove cover over starter pulley.
Cord wraps around this.
When cord is pulled, centrifugal force swings spring-loaded weights out, to engage the starter gear.
Check that weights are releasing when not pulled.
And that cord is still on pulley.
May have wound off the side.

Coleman Garden | Answered on Nov 22, 2017

sounds like a pressure switch is sticking. usually causes this problem especially after being stood for a while not used.

have to remove cover to get to pressure switch, remove pressure switch piston clean regrease with silicon grease refit it m and all should be good.

Coleman... | Answered on Apr 10, 2017

most pressure washers have a special nozzle when using the cleaning part to reduce the pressure and **** the solution from the tank. Check your owners manual and if not give me the brand and model number and I will check into it.

Coleman Pressure... | Answered on Nov 11, 2016

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