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DeVilbiss / Excell VR2400 Type 0 Gas Pressure Washer Parts
How to Winterize a Pressure Washer
Learn how to properly winterize your pressure washer by adding antifreeze to the pump, draining the oil, and adding oil to the piston. Read the full article for a step-by-step guide.
Quick Fix: How to Replace the Outlet Connector on a Karcher Electric Pressure Washer
Learn how simple it is to replace the outlet connector on your Karcher electric pressure washer by reading this repair article.
A Quick Fix: How to Replace the Pump on a Pressure Washer
This article outlines the steps to replace or service the pump on your pressure washer. Doing this repair yourself will save you money and time.
How to Start a Pressure Washer
Prevent pressure washer performance problems with this article's steps for correct pressure washer setup. Correctly clearing air from your pressure washer also prevents damage.
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Question: Substitute Pump
What is a substitute part number for the A07908 part? Mine has gone bad and I need to fix my PW.
Reply: Substitute Pump
Unfortunately the manufacture discontinued the A07908 pump assembly with no substitute part. Keep searching on line, there may be a few out there still.
Question: Throttle Spring
Is there a spring on throttle? I cant keep machine running.
Reply: Throttle Spring
yes there is. It is located on the carb. Mine broke and I can't find a new one anywhere.
Question: Low Pressure
I have low to no high pressure and would like to repair my DeVibiss VR2400 pressure washer. What parts would you recommend?
It seems as though I should replace the unloader pistons. Is there a E-Z start valve? What all is in your unloader kit, does it have everything I would need? Any other suggestions and could you send me a list of the parts that I should replace.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Reply: Low Pressure
I have no pressure at all.