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If the engine does
not start after two
pulls, pull the trigger to relieve the
11. If the choke was used to start
the engine, move the choke lever
to the OFF position.
12. Depress trigger on gun to start
water flow. Release trigger to
stop water flow.
13. Adjust nozzle spray for the task
being performed. See How To
Use Wand instructions in this
DO NOT let hoses
come in contact
with very hot engine muffler during
or immediately after use of your
WHEN PERFORMING MAINTENANCE, YOU MAY BE
EXPOSED TO HOT SURFACES, WATER PRESSURE, MOV-
ING PARTS, OR FIRE RESULTING IN DEATH. BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR, DISCONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE, LET
ENGINE COOL AND RELEASE ALL WATER PRESSURE. THE ENGINE CON-
TAINS FLAMMABLE FUEL. DO NOT SMOKE OR WORK NEAR OPEN
FLAMES WHILE PERFORMING MAINTENANCE.
To ensure efficient operation and longer life of your pressure washer, a routine
maintenance schedule should be prepared and followed. If the pressure washer
is used in unusual conditions, such as high-temperatures or dusty conditions,
more frequent maintenance checks will be required.
8. Turn fuel valve to the ON posi-
tion, 1/4 turn counterclockwise.
9. Move the choke control lever to
the CHOKE ON position and
the throttle control to the FAST
position. NOTE: No choke is
needed to start a warm engine.
10. Pull starter grip slowly until you
feel resistance, then pull briskly.
Return starter grip gently. Pull
rope with a rapid full arm stroke.
Let rope rewind slowly. Repeat if
Fuel Valve Knob