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How to clean carburetor on pressure washer


Looking for general information on how to clean a carburetor on a pressure washer? You've come to the right place! Here we'll discuss everything you need...


Before you start any work with the pressure washer, make sure it's no longer connected to a water source. In case of external connection, disconnect the hose from the tap and in case of internal connection (= water is inside the machine), turn off the pump switch before any maintenance.


If you have a regular garden hose at your disposal , you can use it to clean the machine. Attach one end of the hose to the tap and the other to the pressure washer's water inlet. Turn on the tap and let some water run through the machine for a while. Then turn off the tap, disconnect the hose and proceed with cleaning the carburetor.


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If you don't have a garden hose, you can use a bucket. Pour some water into the bucket and proceed with cleaning the carburetor as described above.


When cleaning the carburetor, take care not to damage the delicate parts. Do not use strong detergents or solvents that could harm the plastic or rubber parts. It's recommended that you use a soft brush or sponge.


When finished cleaning all the parts, rinse them thoroughly and let dry before reassembling the machine.


DO'S


- Do disconnect the machine from water source before maintenance


- Do always make sure everything is rinsed off completely after washing with carburetor cleaner


- Use a soft brush or sponge when cleaning delicate parts


DON'TS


- Do not use any type of abrasive cleaner, such as scouring pads or steel wool. They can damage the surface of the plastic and rubber components


- Do not use strong detergents or solvents that could harm the plastic or rubber parts


- Do not operate the machine before all parts have completely dried. This could cause damage to the electrical system.


Now that you know how to clean a carburetor on a pressure washer, you can go ahead and do it yourself. Be sure to disconnect the machine from any water source before starting, and take care not to damage any delicate parts while cleaning. Make sure everything is rinsed off completely after cleaning and allow all parts to dry completely before reassembling the machine. Following these simple steps will help keep your pressure washer running smoothly for years to come.


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