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Thread: Washer Stalling

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    Washer Stalling

    My washer is about six weeks old, its a Simpson 3800 PSI and 3.5 GPM pump. It starts and runs fine motor wise, but as soon as I close the ball valve or release the trigger on the wand and it goes to build pressure it falls on it's face.

    I'm narrowing this down to the pump itself, but what is it? I've read about relief valves possibly clogged, plunger kits, debris, etc.

    I've never broken one down myself but I am mechanically inclined, but because it's fairly new I'm going to contact the seller first.

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    Equipment Expert 3000 PLUS POSTER Russ Johnson's Avatar
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    See if it will run partially choked...might be something in the carb.

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