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Karcher G 3000 OH (1.194-509.0) Pressure Washer Parts
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Learn how simple it is to replace the outlet connector on your Karcher electric pressure washer by reading this repair article.
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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.
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Question: G3000 Oh
Is this 4580-358 the spill valve for the karcher g3000 oh pressure washer?
Reply: G3000 Oh
Yes the part number 4.580-358.0 valve is used in the Karcher model number G 3000 OH (1.194-509.0).
Question: Installation Valve
I installed my purchased valves and it fixed the proble. Pressure is great. I have a G3000 OH karcher pressure washer. Valve came with a metal disc on bottom. Looks like this is unstalled in pressure washer. I removed from valve and installed. I did not know how to change the stainless part. Does it come out of pump easily or do I just take it out of purchased part
Question: Karcher Trigger
After cleaning with high pressure for awhile, if I release the trigger, I'm not able to pull the trigger again to restart the high pressure. Even when I turn off the motor, the trigger will not release the pressure in the line. If I disassemble the gun, I can release the line pressure by pressing hard directly on the pressure valve stub. Do I need a new trigger gun?