My pressure washer has good pressure but when I let go of the trigger the motor acts like it is bogging down like the pump is building pressure. Could it be the relief valve? Any help is greatly appreciated.
I have a water leak coming from the seam on the handle. I replaced the o-rings for the nozzle and took apart the handle, where I found what seems like hard rubber seals and o-rings in both ends of the brass tube. Could this be my leak source? And if so, is there a repair kit available?----Thanks -------Walt
I've got a Troy-Bilt pressure washer that worked great one day, and won't pump much more than a garden hose the next. I am sort of assuming that the check valves are bad. They look a little ragged where the seat is. Is this where my pressure is going? The motor is pulling just like it is pumping as usual, but I don't have much pressure at the nozzle.