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Check and change that oil not only in your engine but in your pump as well.

If you are having some trouble with your pressure washer pump, then you may choose to check the oil levels inside. The oil levels can affect the way in which the pressure washer pump behaves, and if the oil levels are too low, then you will need to boost them in order to get the most efficient results for your pump. Small engines work extremely hard and need to have the oil and filter changed every 50 hours of operation. This is the life blood of your pressure washer and nothing wears out faster from neglect. Ignoring this critical fluid will significantly shorten the life of your engine. Also, take the time to check the pump oil every 500 hours, it is no less critical to the longevity of your investment. This is how many of you make a living. Protect your equipment and your equipment will support you faithfully for years. 

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Comments (1)

  1. Gary:
    Apr 06, 2015 at 03:13 PM

    I often wondered about changing the oil inside my pump. Now I know that this is something I should do regularly to improve and maintain performance. Thanks!

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