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Edgcombe



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PostSubject: Pressure washers - Help needed!   Sat May 21, 2011 1:37 am

I have Husky 1750PSI pressure washer that I used twice, stored it for a few years, with all the precautions required. When I wanted to use it this year, it would not pump. I have dismantled the pump several times and can see nothing wrong inside, no cracks, and no bad seals.

Everything seems to be in order. I am trying to find a pump schematic for this unit to see if there is something I am missing. I tried calling Husky, but forget it; I do not think they want to answer. This is a 1750PSI unit bought in 2006. If anyone has answer, please help. I know I could probably buy a new one as for as much as Husky or Home Depot would charge to repair this, but I am from the old school, and I do not really wants to junk this unit.
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PostSubject: Pressure washers - Help needed!   Sat May 21, 2011 1:40 am

Hi, it’s really difficult to find out the exact cause of your problem. If everything is fine then it should be fixed easily.

I have found this page http://www.best-pressure-washer-reviews.com/Husky-pressure-washer.html where you could read reviews about the best husky pressure washer and their characteristics. Hope this will have some value for you.
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PostSubject: Re: Pressure washers - Help needed!   Sun May 29, 2011 11:02 pm

Edgcombe wrote:
I have Husky 1750PSI pressure washer that I used twice, stored it for a few years, with all the precautions required. When I wanted to use it this year, it would not pump. I have dismantled the pump several times and can see nothing wrong inside, no cracks, and no bad seals.

Everything seems to be in order. I am trying to find a pump schematic for this unit to see if there is something I am missing. I tried calling Husky, but forget it; I do not think they want to answer. This is a 1750PSI unit bought in 2006. If anyone has answer, please help. I know I could probably buy a new one as for as much as Husky or Home Depot would charge to repair this, but I am from the old school, and I do not really wants to junk this unit.
A pump is really pretty simple, I would keep trying Husky, some will help you. Husky is a good company, and to my knowledge, support their pressure washers.

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PostSubject: Re: Pressure washers - Help needed!   Fri Sep 14, 2012 1:52 am

It is really difficult to easily find the actual problem. I thing… If you will go to the authorized service center then you get the satisfactory solution for that.

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