The Complexity Of Your Pressure Washer
When something goes wrong with your pressure washer, there can be a wide variety of sources for the problem. You may find that something clogging the nozzle, there may be a tear somewhere in the line which causes a loss of pressure between the motor and the high-pressure hose. There may be a problem with the water source itself, or with pollutants in the water source that have caused a clog or jam. However, most commonly, the problem will be somewhere in the motor or the water pump itself.
The motor or engine is what manipulates the water pump and. When the engine moves one way, the pump brings in water, and when it moves the other way, it pushes the water through the high-pressure hose and out through the nozzle at forces up to thousands of PSI. The motor or engine, when it is operating properly, does this for hours on end.
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