Pressure Washer Troubleshooting
Before we can determine the root cause of your pressure washer breaking, make sure you’ve gone through troubleshooting steps. Going through these steps help simplify the problem and make it easier to repair.
The troubleshooting steps involve:
- Throttle your pressure washer engine to full
- Making sure all pressure modes operate, including high
- Clearing all openings of debris
- Making sure there is oil in the pressure washer pump
If you’ve gone through these steps and your pressure washer is still malfunctioning, then WET will need to assess the situation. If we see there is broken equipment, we may have to install replacement parts within the washer.
Pressure washers parts break for a lot of reasons. Most often, it’s simple wear and tear. When youa re dealing with high speed water along with hundreds of other variables, equipment is bound to break down. If your washer suddenly has low water pressure, low engine speed, and you’ve done troubleshooting on it, don’t worry. We can help.