Use and Care Manual

Disconnect the unit from the electrical power supply before carrying out maintenance on the machine or when checking that
its parts are in proper working order.
To avoid unnecessary disappointments, you should check the following before contacting the service organization:
Problems Possible Cause Possible Solution
Machine refuses
to start
Power failure/machine not plugged
into a working receptacle.
Defective socket.
Fuse has blown.
Defective extension cord.
Check to make sure machine is plugged into
a working outlet.
Replace fuse. Switch off other machines.
Try without the extension cord.
Check the hoses and connections are airtight.
Clean and replace or refer to local distributor.
Check that the mains voltage corresponds to
specication on the model tag.
Leave the washer for 5 minutes to cool down.
Clean the nozzle.
Change to an installation higher than the amp
consumption of the machine. You may try without the
extension cord.
Allow machine to run with open trigger until regular
working pressure resumes.
Check that the water supply corresponds to
specications required.
WARNING! Avoid using long, thin hoses (min. 1/2 in.).
Clean the nozzle.
Clean the lter.
Straighten out hose.
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Wait for pump/hoses or accessories to thaw.
Connect inlet water.
Clean the lter.
Clean the nozzle.
Pump sucking air.
Valves dirty, worn out or stuck.
Pump seals worn out.
Fuse has blown.
Incorrect mains voltage.
Thermal sensor activated.
Nozzle partially blocked.
Fuse too small.
Air in inlet hose.
Inadequate supply of mains water.
Nozzle partially blocked.
Water lter blocked.
Hose kinked.
Pump/spray gun is leaking.
Pump/hoses or accessories frozen.
No water supply.
Water lter blocked.
Nozzle blocked.
Fluctuating pressure
Machine stops
Fuse blows
Machine pulsating
Machine often starts
and stops by itself
Machine starts, but
no water comes out