Is your pressure washer having low pressure issues? Check the valves, hoses and pressure washer pump to see if they're all operating properly. Or you may just have a bad coupler connection. For any pressure washer repair or maintenance job, Jack's can quickly supply you with replacement pressure washer parts.
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#1 Tip For Storing Your Pressure Washer
At the end of the season, your pressure washer will be stored for several months. If you want your pressure washer to run like new at the beginning of spring, we recommend using a Pump Saver
A Pump saver treatment uses a unique anti-freeze & lubricant formula to protect the pistons and seals of the pump so they won't dry rot, freeze, or crack.
Pump saver comes in an aerosol can. Screw the fitting onto the pump inlet and push the top button until the treatment comes out of the pump outlet port. Leave the treatment in during storage, then rinse and drain when you're ready to start cleaning again.
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