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Troy-Bilt 020241-0 2,600 PSI Pressure Washer Parts
How to Replace the Muffler on a Troy-Bilt Pony Lawn Tractor
In this article we'll walk you through the process of replacing the muffler in a Troy-Bilt Pony Lawn Tractor.
How to Replace the Lower Handle on a Troy-Bilt Super Bronco Tiller
This article will guide you through the process of replacing a lower handle assembly in a Troy-Bilt Super Bronco Tiller...
How to Replace the Starter Assembly on a Troy-Bilt Super Bronco Tiller
This article walks you through the steps of replacing a broken or damaged started assembly in a Troy-Bilt Super Bronco tiller.
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.
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Question: Water Leak
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
Question: Pumping But Not Putting Out!
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.