January 2, 2009, Newsletter Issue #149: Troubleshooting Water Leaks

Tip of the Week

If you see water leaking out from under the manifold in your gas or electric power washer, you instinctively know that this is not a healthy sign. But don't be too alarmed.

This mechanical incontinence can be due to a combination of worn O-rings, worn water seals, and/or worn piston guides. Check them out and replace as necessary. Your power washer should be good to go.

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