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
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
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.
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Question: K219 Oil Capacity
Please Gents, can anyone tell me the required amount of oil to fill this pressure washer? Thank You Kindly
Reply: K219 Oil Capacity
I wish I knew also.
Review: Karcher - K2.19 Defective Contro...
1 or 5 what ever is worse rating that's the rating I want to give this product. I have a defective control head in my K 2.19 washer but instead of just allowing a customer to buy the control head housing as they do with many other models. Karcher wants to sell you a whole manifold with all the internal pump parts which I do not need for $96.53. I only paid $99 for the whole unit from Walmart. Karcher tries to force you to buy a new unit and throw away the old unit. What a waste of our resources. All the other parts are good but economically the only sound decision is to toss the old out. Karcher you should hang their heads in shame.