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Anyone has manual xte1650 pressure washer manual


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06-29-15, 11:27 AM   #1  
Anyone has manual xte1650 pressure washer manual

Pressure washer is Xtreme Kleen and it says Midwest air technologies ... when I connect power cord to outlet it does not show any light ... it has two buttons test and rest ..I tried but nothing ... so I am looking for manual to find out if there should be light when I connect power cord to outlet?


or electrical wire is bad?

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06-29-15, 12:02 PM   #2  
I assume the test and rest buttons you mention are for a GFCI on the power cord. Many, especially older models I've seen do not have a indicator light for power. So, does the pressure washer work?

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06-29-15, 12:05 PM   #3  
NO it does not work ...and I checked fuse for continuity and it showed continuity so I dont think fuse is bad ...but fuse was all white inside that glass ...I have usually seen transparent fuse ...do you think that can be a problem?

also, when I looked carefully on gfci plug it says reset button will show indicator and test will turn it off and it does that so I dont think plug is bad ...may be long wire is broke somewhere?

 
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06-29-15, 08:39 PM   #4  
Ok I somehow started it but water leaks and no pressure or very low pressure

Please look at picture ..what is the solution...?

Do I have to take apart and because of this leak pressure does not build up?

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06-30-15, 10:52 AM   #5  
You said water leaks... Where does it leak from? Are you in an area that gets freezing temperatures? If so look over the pump housing very carefully for cracks.

 
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06-30-15, 06:33 PM   #6  
Well I found crack.... Thanks everyone..

 
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07-01-15, 05:57 AM   #7  
Ouch! Search online. Pumps are sold individually so you could keep the rest and just replace the pump section. You'll have to determine if it's worth the expense though. It might end up being about the same price to buy a whole new unit.

 
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