Excellent VR2500 pressure washer


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Old 06-22-18, 01:30 PM
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Excellent VR2500 pressure washer

Hi All, very Minimual pressure no matter how I try and adjust the unloaded, with water supply connected no HP hose I get a stream about 15’ with motor running a bit better but not much, with HP hose connected water bubbles out of the end, different hose makes no difference, I removed the Unloader and it moves in and out by using the adjustment on the end, I also removed the HP out fitting and in the bottom of that port there is a white plastic piece with a star shaped brass washer, see pic, is that supposed to be removable? DeVilbiss A01703 955413
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Old 06-22-18, 03:55 PM
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If this your first time using this machine?
How long did you run it while holding the trigger on the gun?

I have three pressure washers and each takes a different amount of time to purge out all the air and get a good solid prime. One can go several minutes with weak pressure. Then as it sprays more I get a spurt of good pressure and the more you spray the more power spurts until a minute or two later it's all strong.
 
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Old 06-22-18, 04:50 PM
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I had it running for over 1/2 hour, no change.
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