Table of Contents 1Summary2Why a pressure washer loses pressure1. Inlet Water Supply2. Worn Out or Blocked NozzleBlocked NozzleWorn Out Nozzle3. Blocked Inlet Water Filter4. Damaged Unloader Valve or Incorrect Adjustments5. Trapped Air6. Faulty Pump or Engine Problems3Final Thoughts SummaryA pressure washer is great; however, it is only helpful if it can produce and sustain the

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The simple answer is no, they are not interchangeable or universal.  The reason why pressure washing equipment doesn’t usually work universally despite being similar devices due mainly because there are different types of fittings available depending on what material it is constructed out of. For example, electric pressure washer wands are usually less powerful than the

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Thinking of pressure washing in the rain? Or inadvertently sprained water all over your pressure washer power unit? Then you’re probably wondering “are pressure washers waterproof?”. Well, not necessarily, even though they are designed for projects where water is going everywhere. They are water-resistant, but the electric pressure washers also could electrocute you if they get too

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