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Karcher K 395 M-Plus (1.141-966.0) Pressure Washer

 Karcher K 395 M-Plus (1.141-966.0) Pressure Washer Parts

Housings, Wheels, and Chemical Tank
Handle Assembly
Pump Assembly
Piston Assembly
Motor Assembly
Gun Assembly
Gun and Hose
Gun and Hose
Wands
Water Filter
Control Box Assembly
   Housings, Wheels, and Chemical Tank   

 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
A-19.036-482.0
Cover
Ships in 5 - 8 business days
 $30.46
A-39.011-374.0
Cover
Ships in 5 - 8 business days
 $47.97
A-49.001-139.0
Wheel Complete
In stock
3 available
 $18.68
A-59.036-141.0
Sleeve
In stock
1 available
 $1.11
A-69.001-139.0
Wheel Complete
In stock
3 available
 $18.68
A-76.388-216.0
Soap Diffuser Hose
In stock
25+ available
 $1.11
A-85.731-652.0
Weighted Inlet Filter
In stock
25+ available
 $10.19
A-96.303-150.0
Screw
In stock
4 available
 $1.67
9.036-407.0
Tank Cleaning Agents White
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $31.40
9.036-407.0
Tank Cleaning Agents White
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $31.40

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How to Winterize a Pressure Washer
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.
How to Test a Small Engine for Spark
How to Test a Small Engine for Spark

If your small engine isn't starting, you'll need to diagnose many issues including the spark plug. This video walks you through the steps of how to test for a spark using a spark tester.
Quick Fix: How to Replace the Outlet Connector on a Karcher Electric Pressure Washer
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
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.
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the pressure washer does not run when switched on. No humming noise from the engine.
WJA
Reply: K3.95M Pressure Washer Does Not ...

WJA

Hello quytram,

You may have tripped the thermal overload protector, it is part number 9.085-032.0. It is located in the control box assembly. You can see where it is on the last page of the parts diagram. It is item number 11. If it has been tripped, push the button and hopefully you'll be up and running again.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
My pressure washer does not run when turned on the switch. No humming noise heard from the motor. When plugged the switch into the outlet, the breaker popped. What caused this?
WJA
Reply: Does Not Run When Turned On. Bre...

WJA

Hello 1181086,

If the unit is popping the breaker, it sounds like a short in the electrical system somewhere. You will need to look into the control box and check to see if there is anything that burnt or looks as if it has had some heat to it and damaged one of the components in it . Before you do this make sure you unplug the washer. You may even have a shorted out motor, check it for darkened winding and the smell of burnt insulation.

-WJA
I can't figure out how to remove and replace the inlet elbow for the connection to the garden hose. Any successful methods?
teebo
Question: Nozzle Cap

teebo

Where can I get the nozzle cap for the vario wand? This is shown as part# 13 on page i of the parts manual.
user8192
Question: Assembly Details

user8192

Does this assembly include the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) plug?

Does this assembly include the strain relief?

What is the overall length of the cable assembly?
WJA
Reply: Assembly Details

WJA

Hello user8192,

The cable, part number 9.084-087-0 does come with the GFCI and the strain relief. I couldn't get a length on the cable but as I remember it is approximately 10-15 feet long.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
jeff s
Question: Karcher 395m

jeff s

Replacing valves on an electric 395M. The best way to describe the valve assembly is 3 pcs. White plastic sleeve that the spring attaches to, and then there's a round red seat with a hole in the center that the sleeve attaches to.

Please refer to figure C10 and the photo. Part # 9.001-105.0

How in the heck does the round red valve seat fit into the cylinder assembly? Can't press it into place. Is there a special tool or technique? I tried for about an hour and gave up. Thanks for the help!
ron  w
Question: Gun Leaks

ron w

How do I fix a leak around the trigger?
Bob
Question: Garden Hose Inlet

Bob

How do I remove broken garden hose inlet on Karcher 395 M washer. I have the housing removed but can't get the plastic "body" out of the metal housing.
Bob the Builder
Reply: Garden Hose Inlet

Bob the Builder

I just replaced mine. I used four 5/16 x 3" bolts to create a standoff on the metal housing, using the four bolt holes. Next, place the bolt side down on a hard surface. Then I placed a 5/16 "deep" craftsman socket in the long plastic neck. I tapped the socket with as hammer until the assembly fell out of the metal housing. It took quite a bit of tapping/hammering.
PeterF
Reply: Garden Hose Inlet

PeterF

Put the assembly in the freezer overnight (or at least for a few hours) then use a screwdriver to pry the parts apart (do it close to where the inlet is and push a bit on the screwdriver - alternate sides and it should pop loose).
dheck
Reply: Garden Hose Inlet

dheck

Hi. I realize this thread is a year old. I have the same issue with a broken garden hose inlet. I can't figure out how to remove the plastic housing first. There are 6 screws that are metric, and it appears they require a very long, very thin allen wrench (or similar) to get to them. Can you tell me what tool to use? Thanks.
1181055
Reply: Garden Hose Inlet

1181055

Just completed replacing same part on same model K395. Saw video initially on this website of espares.Co.uk How to replace Karcher inlet and outlet connectors
I was totally stuck on how to get to the part as it is different than the video one. Plastic manifold needed to be separated from aluminum casing
After much searching, for weeks, found this priceless video, thanks to Phantomktown @ link removed
This is the site that has a diagram and instructions
link removed
I am trying to replace the water intake piece (to which the hose attaches) on a Karcher 395M pressure washer. I have removed the aluminum piece that encases the intake piece but can't figure out how to remove the piece from the metal encasement. Can your help?
phantomktown@aol.com
Reply: Replacing Water Intake Piece

phantomktown@aol.com

Put it in the freezer overnight (Make sure there is no water in it), then it should come out if you put a screwdriver between the plastic and metal. Twist the screwdriver, don't pry.
this site has a diagram and instructions
link removed
ejmjensen
Reply: Replacing Water Intake Piece

ejmjensen

I am trying to replace the Water intake elbow and have the same issue.
Is there a better link for that one Phantomktown recommends? I will try the freezer thing but must say, the 3 valves encased within that Plastic insert cannot be completely dried unless one chances taking them apart. I don't feel confident enough to get it back together.
MCMD
Reply: Replacing Water Intake Piece

MCMD

Just completed replacing same part on same model K395. Saw video initially on this website of espares.Co.uk How to replace Karcher inlet and outlet connectors
I was totally stuck on how to get to the part as it is different than the video one. Plastic manifold needed to be separated from aluminum casing
After much searching, for weeks, found this priceless video, thanks to Phantomktown who mentioned the site.
This is the site that has a diagram and instructions but the link is removed
By epares
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