California
Proposition 65 Warning
California
Proposition 65 Warning
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the state of
California to cause cancer, birth defects
or other reproductive harm.
Certain components in this product and its
related accessories contain chemicals
known to the state of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Wash hands after handling.
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Moreover, because of our continuous product improvement policy, we may modify information, illustrations and/or
specifications to explain and/or exemplify a product, service or maintenance improvement. We reserve the right to
make any change at any time without notice.
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CONGRATULATIONS ON OWNING A WESTINGHOUSE
PRESSURE WASHER
! DANGER
This manual contains important instructions for operating this pressure washer. For your safety
and the safety of others, be sure to read this manual thoroughly before operating the pressure
washer. Failure to properly follow all instructions and precautions can cause you and others to
be seriously hurt or killed.
!
For Your Records
Date of Purchase:
Pressure Washer Model Number:
Purchased from Store/Dealer:
Pressure Washer Serial Number:
Purchase Receipt: (retain your purchase receipt to ensure trouble-free warranty coverage)
Product Registration
To ensure trouble-free warranty coverage, it is important you register your Westinghouse pressure washer. You can
register your pressure washer by either:
1. Filling in the product registration form below and mailing to:
Product Registration
Westpro Power Systems, LLC
W237 N2889 Woodgate Road, Unit B
Pewaukee, WI 53072
2. Registering your product online at www.westpropower.com/register.iml
To register your pressure washer you will need to locate the following information:
Model Number
Serial Number
Product Registration Form
PERSONAL INFORMATION
PRESSURE WASHER INFORMATION
First Name:
Model Number:
Last Name:
Serial Number:
Street Address:
Date Purchased:
Street Address:
Purchased From:
City, State, ZIP:
Country:
Phone Number:
E-Mail:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONGRATULATIONS ON OWNING A WESTINGHOUSE PRESSURE WASHER ...........................................3
For Your Records ..........................................................................................................................................3
Product Registration .....................................................................................................................................3
Product Registration Form ............................................................................................................................3
SAFETY ....................................................................................................................................................................7
SAFETY DEFINITIONS ......................................................................................................................................7
SAFETY SYMBOL DEFINITIONS ......................................................................................................................7
GENERAL SAFETY RULES ...............................................................................................................................8
SAFETY LABELS AND DECALS .....................................................................................................................10
WP2500 ......................................................................................................................................................10
WP2800 ......................................................................................................................................................11
WP3000Z....................................................................................................................................................12
UNPACKING ...........................................................................................................................................................13
UNPACKING THE PRESSURE WASHER ........................................................................................................13
COMPONENTS ................................................................................................................................................13
ASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................................................................15
ASSEMBLY – WP2500 AND WP2800 ..............................................................................................................15
ASSEMBLY – WP3000Z ...................................................................................................................................18
FEATURES .............................................................................................................................................................22
GENERAL PRESSURE WASHER FEATURES ................................................................................................22
WP2500 and WP2800 ................................................................................................................................22
WP2500 and WP2800 ................................................................................................................................23
WP3000Z....................................................................................................................................................24
WP3000Z....................................................................................................................................................25
OPERATION ...........................................................................................................................................................26
BEFORE STARTING THE PRESSURE WASHER ...........................................................................................26
ADDING / CHECKING ENGINE FLUIDS AND FUEL .......................................................................................26
Checking and / or Adding Engine Oil ..........................................................................................................26
Adding Gasoline to the Fuel Tank ...............................................................................................................27
CONNECTING THE WATER SUPPLY ..............................................................................................................27
STARTING THE PRESSURE WASHER – WP2500 AND WP2800 ..................................................................28
Stopping the Pressure Washer ...................................................................................................................30
STARTING THE PRESSURE WASHER – WP3000Z .......................................................................................30
Stopping the Pressure Washer ...................................................................................................................32
SELECTING NOZZLES ....................................................................................................................................33
Changing the Nozzle ..................................................................................................................................34
SPRAYING TIPS ...............................................................................................................................................34
SPRAYING SOAP .............................................................................................................................................34
RINSING ...........................................................................................................................................................35
CLEANING SOAP SIPHON HOSE ...................................................................................................................35
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................................................36
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................................36
Maintenance Schedule ...............................................................................................................................36
ENGINE OIL MAINTENANCE – WP2500 AND WP2800 .................................................................................37
Engine Oil Specification..............................................................................................................................37
Checking Engine Oil ...................................................................................................................................37
Adding Engine Oil .......................................................................................................................................38
Changing Engine Oil...................................................................................................................................38
ENGINE OIL MAINTENANCE – WP3000Z ......................................................................................................39
Engine Oil Specification..............................................................................................................................39
Checking Engine Oil ...................................................................................................................................39
Adding Engine Oil .......................................................................................................................................40
Changing Engine Oil...................................................................................................................................40
AIR FILTER MAINTENANCE – WP2500 AND WP2800 ...................................................................................40
Cleaning the Air Filter .................................................................................................................................40
AIR FILTER MAINTENANCE – WP3000Z .......................................................................................................42
SPARK PLUG MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................43
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRESSURE WASHER COMPONENTS ...........................................................................................................44
Water Filter Screen .....................................................................................................................................44
High-Pressure Hose and Spray Gun ..........................................................................................................45
High-Pressure Hose .............................................................................................................................45
Spray Gun ............................................................................................................................................45
Soap Siphon Hose......................................................................................................................................45
Nozzle.........................................................................................................................................................45
AFTER EACH USE ...........................................................................................................................................45
LONG-TERM STORAGE ..................................................................................................................................46
Storage Procedure for 1 – 3 Months...........................................................................................................46
Storage Procedure for Greater Than 3 Months ..........................................................................................46
WINTER STORAGE..........................................................................................................................................46
Remove and Install the Pump – WP2500 and WP2800 .............................................................................46
Remove and Install the Pump – WP3000Z .................................................................................................47
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................................48
TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................................................................48
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................................50
WESTPRO POWER SYSTEMS “THREE YEAR” LIMITED WARRANTY .........................................................50
WESTPRO’S RESPONSIBILITY ................................................................................................................50
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY ....................................................................................................................50
PRODUCT WARRANTY APPLICATIONS AND PRODUCT WARRANTY PERIODS ................................50
CONSUMER APPLICATION ................................................................................................................50
COMMERCIAL APPLICATION ............................................................................................................50
EXCLUSIONS ......................................................................................................................................51
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES................................................................................................51
EMISSIONS CONTROL WARRANTY ....................................................................................................................52
FEDERAL AND/OR CALIFORNIA EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT....................................52
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS ....................................................................................52
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY COVERAGE: .......................................................................................52
OWNER’S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES:...........................................................................................52
DEFECTS WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS................................................................................................52
WARRANTED PARTS: ...............................................................................................................................53
QUESTIONS:..............................................................................................................................................54
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SAFETY
SAFETY DEFINITIONS
The words DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and
NOTICE are used throughout this manual to highlight
important information. Be certain that the meanings of
these alerts are known to all who work on or near the
equipment.
This safety alert symbol appears
with most safety statements. It
means attention, become alert, your
safety is involved! Please read and
abide by the message that follows
the safety alert symbol.
!
! DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
Symbol
Description
Burn Hazard
Burst/Pressure Hazard
Don’t leave tools in the area
Electrical Shock Hazard
Explosion Hazard
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
! CAUTION
Fall Hazard
Fire Hazard
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
High-Pressure Hazard
NOTICE
Indicates a situation which can cause damage to
the pressure washer, personal property and/or the
environment, or cause the equipment to operate
improperly.
NOTE: Indicates a procedure, practice or condition that
should be followed in order for the pressure
washer to function in the manner intended.
SAFETY SYMBOL
DEFINITIONS
Symbol
!
Description
Lifting Hazard
Pinch-Point Hazard
Read Manufacturer’s Instructions
Read Safety Messages Before
Proceeding
Safety Alert Symbol
Wear Personal Protective Equipment
(PPE)
Asphyxiation Hazard
Burn Hazard (Chemical)
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SAFETY
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
! DANGER
NEVER operate the pressure washer
in an enclosed area. Engine exhaust
contains carbon monoxide. Only
operate the pressure washer outside
and away from windows, doors and
vents.
! WARNING
Gasoline and gasoline vapors are
extremely flammable and explosive
under certain conditions.
• ALWAYS refuel the pressure washer
outdoors, in a well-ventilated area.
• NEVER remove the fuel cap with the
engine running.
• NEVER refuel the pressure washer
while the engine is running. Always
turn engine off and allow the
pressure washer to cool before
refueling.
• Only fill fuel tank with gasoline.
• Keep sparks, open flames or other
form of ignition (such as match,
cigarette, static electric source) away
when refueling.
• NEVER overfill the fuel tank. Leave
room for fuel to expand. Overfilling
the fuel tank can result in a sudden
overflow of gasoline and result in
spilled gasoline coming in contact
with HOT surfaces. Spilled fuel
can ignite. If fuel is spilled on the
pressure washer, wipe up any
spills immediately. Dispose of rag
properly. Allow area of spilled fuel
to dry before operating the pressure
washer.
• Wear eye protection while refueling.
• NEVER use gasoline as a cleaning
agent.
• Store any containers containing
gasoline in a well-ventilated area,
away from any combustibles or
source of ignition.
• Check for fuel leaks after refueling.
Never operate the engine if a fuel leak
is discovered.
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! WARNING
This equipment produces a stream
of water with enough high pressure
to penetrate skin and its underlying
tissues, which could result in
amputation or other serious injury.
Spray gun traps high-pressure water,
even when engine is stopped and
water is disconnected. Leaks caused
by loose fittings or worn or damaged
hoses can result in injection injuries.
DO NOT TREAT FLUID INJECTION
AS A SIMPLE CUT! See a physician
immediately!
• NEVER aim spray gun at people,
animals or plants. Direct spray away
from self and others.
• NEVER place hands in front of nozzle.
• ALWAYS point spray gun in safe
direction while spraying and when
relieving retained high pressure after
stopping engine.
• DO NOT allow CHILDREN to operate
pressure washer.
• NEVER leave spray gun unattended
while machine is running.
• NEVER secure spray gun in open
position.
• DO NOT twist nozzle while spraying.
• NEVER repair a high-pressure hose.
ALWAYS replace it.
• NEVER repair leaking connections
with sealant of any kind. ALWAYS use
factory-recommended repair parts.
• NEVER hold onto the hose or fittings
during operation.
• DO NOT allow high-pressure hose to
contact muffler or other extremely
hot surfaces.
• ALWAYS be certain spray gun,
nozzles and hoses are correctly
attached and in working order.
• NEVER use spray gun if trigger lock
is not in working order.
• ALWAYS use spray gun, hoses and
connections rated for pressure
higher than your pressure washer’s
psi.
• NEVER attach or remove spray gun,
nozzles or hoses while system is
pressurized.
SAFETY
! WARNING
• NEVER modify spray equipment.
• ALWAYS wear protective clothing to
protect eyes and skin from contact
with sprayed materials.
NEVER aim spray in the direction of
power source. Contact with power
source can cause electric shock or
burn.
Unexpected kickback while spraying
can cause you to fall.
• Use of pressure washer can create
slippery surfaces and puddles. The
operating area of this equipment
should have adequate drainage to
reduce the possibility of a fall due to
slippery surfaces.
• Be extremely careful if necessary
to use the pressure washer from
a ladder, scaffolding or any other
similar location.
• Use both hands to firmly gasp the
spray gun while in use to avoid injury
from high-pressure kickback.
NEVER use acids, toxic or corrosive
chemicals, poisons, insecticides, or
any kind of flammable solvent with
this equipment. Only use detergents,
cleaners and degreasers recommended
for use in this pressure washer.
NOTICE
NEVER operate pressure washer with damaged or
missing parts.
NEVER modify any feature or component of pressure
washer.
NEVER spray at glass when using the high-pressure
nozzle (red). High-pressure spray may damage fragile
items including glass.
DO NOT exceed rated pressure when operating
pressure washer.
NEVER move pressure washer by pulling on any
hoses. Always use handle to move pressure washer.
Check components for ice forming on components
when operating in cold weather.
Remove the protective shipping caps from the pump’s
water inlet and outlet.
Be sure the water supply is connected and turned
on before starting the engine. Damage to the pump
could occur and will void the warranty.
Water supply must deliver a minimum of 3.8 gal
(14.3 L) per minute and at least 30 psi (2 bar). Do
not siphon standing water for the water supply. Water
temperature must not exceed 100°F (37.7°C).
DO NOT install a one-way valve, vacuum breaker or
check valve at the pump’s water inlet. Installing one of
these devices at the pump’s water inlet could cause
damage to the pump and will void the warranty. Allow
at least 10 feet (3 m) of unrestricted hose length
between the pump’s water inlet and a one-way valve,
vacuum breaker or check valve.
ALWAYS wear chemical splash safety
goggles that comply with ANSI Z87.1
when operating or in the vicinity of this
equipment.
ALWAYS remove any tools or other
service equipment used during
maintenance from the pressure washer
before operating.
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SAFETY
SAFETY LABELS AND DECALS
WP2500
Figure 1
10
SAFETY
WP2800
Figure 2
11
SAFETY
WP3000Z
Figure 3
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UNPACKING
UNPACKING THE PRESSURE
WASHER
2
1
3
4
! CAUTION
Always have assistance when lifting
the pressure washer. The pressure
washer is heavy; lifting it could cause
bodily harm.
!
Avoid cutting on or near staples to
prevent personal injury.
The following tools are required:
x Box cutter or similar device
x 8 mm wrench
x 17 mm wrench (WP2500)
x 13 mm wrench (WP3000Z)
1. Carefully cut the packing tape on top of the carton.
2. Fold back top flaps to reveal the owner’s manual.
Remove owner’s manual and save it for reference.
3. Carefully cut two sides of the carton to remove the
pressure washer.
COMPONENTS
Verify the contents against the list below. If any
parts are missing, please locate an authorized
Westinghouse dealer at www.westpropower.com or call
1-855-WHHELP1 (1-855-944-3571).
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6
8
5
Figure 4 – Unpacking
1 - High-Pressure
Hose (1)
2 - Spray Wand (1)
3 - Upper Handle
(1)
4 - Nozzles (5)
5 - Soap Hose (1)
6 - Spray Gun (1)
7 - Wheels (2)
WP2500
8 - Wheels (2)
WP2800 and
WP3000Z
NOTE: A 0.6-liter bottle of SAE 10W30 oil is also
included. Soap reservoir is not included.
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UNPACKING
2
1
3
4
6
5
7
9
8
12
13
10
11
14
15
16
Figure 5 – Hardware
1 - Hose Bracket (1)
2 - Spray Gun
Bracket Bolts
M6 x 45 mm (2)
3 - Spray Gun
Bracket Nuts
M6 (2)
11 - Spray Gun
Bracket
4 - Handle Knobs (2)
12 - Upper Handle
Bolts (2)
5 - Wheel Axle Flange
Bolts M12 x
105 mm (2)
WP2500
13 - Spare Parts:
High-Pressure
Hose O-Rings (2)
Inlet Screens (2)
6 - Hose Bracket Bolts
M5 x 10 mm (2)
14 - Nuts M8 (2)
WP3000Z
7 - Hose Bracket Nuts
M5 (2)
15 - Axle Washers (4)
WP2800 and
WP3000Z
8 - Serrated Flange
Nut M12 (4)
WP2500
9 - Wheel Axle Pin
16 mm x 105
mm (2) WP2800
and WP3000Z
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10 - Wheel Axle
Lock Pin (2)
WP2800 and
WP3000Z
16 - Front Support
WP3000Z
ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY – WP2500 AND
WP2800
Before assembling the pressure
washer, review Safety on page 7
and the following safety messages.
! CAUTION
Never lift the pressure washer without
assistance. The pressure washer is
heavy and lifting without assistance
could result in personal injury.
!
Never use the handles as a lifting point
to support the entire weight of the
pressure washer. Only use the handles
to move the pressure washer by lifting
the handles and using the wheels to
move the pressure washer.
Use caution when collapsing the
handles. Hands and fingers could get
caught and pinched.
Figure 6 – Tip the Pressure Washer onto the Front
3. WP2500 only: Install the M12 x 105 mm wheel axle
flange bolt through the wheel (see Figure 7).
1
2
NOTICE
Assembling the pressure washer will require tipping
the unit. Make sure all engine oil and fuel are drained
from the unit prior to assembling.
Once assembled, the wheels are not intended for
on-road use. The wheels are designed for use on this
pressure washer only.
Never tip the pressure washer after it has been fully
assembled and filled with oil and fuel.
1. Place pressure washer on a flat surface.
2. Place a piece of cardboard or other soft material to
tip the pressure washer onto, to protect the frame
paint and prevent the pressure washer from sliding.
Tip the pressure washer onto the front as shown in
Figure 6.
Figure 7 – Installing Outside Serrated Flange Nut
WP2500
1 - Wheel Axle
Flange Bolt
2 - Serrated Flange
Nut
4. WP2500 only: Thread the M12 serrated flange nut
onto the bolt with serrated edges facing away from
the wheel. Tighten the nut (see Figure 7).
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ASSEMBLY
5. WP2500 only: Install the wheel with bolt through the
spacer and the frame (see Figure 8).
8. WP2800 only: Install the axle pin through the axle
bracket, and secure with lock pin (see Figure 10).
1
1
2
2
Figure 10 – Installing Wheel Axle
1 - Wheel Axle Pin
Figure 8 – Assemble Wheels to Frame WP2500
1 - Spacer
2 - Serrated Flange
Nut
2 - Wheel Axle
Lock Pin
9. Install the hose bracket to the handle using the M5
bolts and nuts (see Figure 11).
1
6. WP2500 only: Install the serrated flange nut and
tighten (see Figure 8).
7. WP2800 only: Slide the wheel axle washer onto the
wheel axle pin (see Figure 9).
1
2
2
Figure 9 – Installing Wheel Axle Washer WP2800
1 - Wheel Axle
Washer
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2 - Wheel Axle Pin
Figure 11 – Installing Hose Bracket
1 - Hose Bracket
2 - M5 Bolts and
Nuts
ASSEMBLY
10. Install the upper handle to the frame using the
handle bolts and knobs (see Figure 12).
12. Connect the wand to the spray gun and turn the
fitting counterclockwise to tighten (see Figure 14).
Do not overtighten. The fitting only needs to be
hand-tight.
1
2
3
2
Figure 12 – Installing Upper Handle
1 - Upper Handle
1
3 - Knob
2 - Handle Bolt
11. Install the spray gun bracket using the M6 bolts and
nuts (see Figure 13).
Figure 14 – Connecting Spray Wand
1 - Spray Wand
2 - Fitting
13. Inspect the O-rings on both sides of the highpressure hose. Moisten the O-rings with water (see
Figure 15).
1
2
Figure 13 – Installing Spray Gun Bracket
1 - Spray Gun
Bracket
2 - M6 Bolts and Nuts
Figure 15 – High-Pressure Hose O-Rings
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ASSEMBLY
14. Connect the high-pressure hose to the pump and
tighten the hose fitting (see Figure 16). Do not
overtighten. The fitting only needs to be hand-tight.
ASSEMBLY – WP3000Z
Before assembling the pressure
washer, review Safety on page 7
and the following safety messages.
2
1
! CAUTION
Never lift the pressure washer without
assistance. The pressure washer is
heavy and lifting without assistance
could result in personal injury.
!
Figure 16 – Installing High-Pressure Hose WP2500
Shown
1 - Soap Hose
Never use the handles as a lifting point
to support the entire weight of the
pressure washer. Only use the handles
to move the pressure washer by lifting
the handles and using the wheels to
move the pressure washer.
Use caution when collapsing the
handles. Hands and fingers could get
caught and pinched.
2 - Hose Fitting
15. Connect the soap hose to the barbed fitting if you
are going to be using soap (see Figure 16).
16. Flip the trigger lock up to lock the trigger in the OFF
position (see Figure 17).
1
NOTICE
Assembling the pressure washer will require tipping
the unit. Make sure all engine oil and fuel are drained
from the unit prior to assembling.
Once assembled, the wheels are not intended for
on-road use. The wheels are designed for use on this
pressure washer only.
Never tip the pressure washer after it has been fully
assembled and filled with oil and fuel.
1. Place pressure washer on a flat surface.
2
Figure 17 – Trigger Lock in OFF Position
1 - Trigger Lock
2 - Hose Fitting
17. Install the high-pressure hose to the spray gun
and tighten the hose fitting (see Figure 17). Do not
overtighten. The fitting only needs to be hand-tight.
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2. Install the upper handle to the frame using the
handle bolts and knobs (see Figure 18).
ASSEMBLY
2
2
1
3
1
3
Figure 18 – Installing Upper Handle
1 - Handle Bolt
3 - Knob
2 - Upper Handle
3. Slide the wheel axle washer onto the wheel axle pin
(see Figure 19).
1
Figure 20 – Installing Wheel Axle Washer
1 - Wheel Axle Pin
3 - Wheel Axle
Lock Pin
2 - Wheel Axle
Washer
6. Secure the wheel axle pin in position with the wheel
axle lock pin (see Figure 20).
7. Install the front support using the two front support
nuts (M8). Tighten the nuts securely (see Figure
21).
2
2
Figure 19 – Installing Wheel Axle Washer
1 - Wheel Axle
Washer
2 - Wheel Axle Pin
4. Install the pin into the wheel assembly.
5. Install the pin through the axle mounting holes.
Install a washer on the axle pin (see Figure 20).
1
Figure 21 – Installing Front Support
1 - Front Support
2 - Front Support
Nuts (M8)
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ASSEMBLY
8. Install the spray gun bracket using the two spray
gun bracket nuts and bolts (M6). Tighten securely
(see Figure 22).
6
10. Connect the wand to the spray gun and turn the
fitting counterclockwise to tighten (see Figure 23).
Do not overtighten. The fitting only needs to be
hand-tight.
1
2
2
1
5
3
4
Figure 23 – Connecting Spray Wand
1 - Fitting
2 - Spray Wand
11. Inspect the O-rings on both sides of the highpressure hose. Moisten the O-rings with water (see
Figure 24).
Figure 22 – Installing Spray Gun Bracket and Hose
Bracket
1 - Spray Gun
Bracket
2 - Spray Gun
Bracket Nuts
(M6)
3 - Spray Gun
Bracket Bolts
(M6 x 45 mm)
4 - Hose Bracket
5 - Hose Bracket
Nuts M6
6 - Hose Bracket
Bolts (M6 x
10 mm)
9. Install the hose bracket using the two hose bracket
nuts and bolts (M6). Tighten securely (see Figure
22).
Figure 24 – High-Pressure Hose O-Rings
12. Connect the high-pressure hose to the pump and
tighten the hose fitting (see Figure 25). Do not
overtighten. The fitting only needs to be hand-tight.
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ASSEMBLY
1
2
Figure 25 – Installing High-Pressure Hose – WP3000Z
1 - Soap Hose
Fitting
2 - Hose Fitting
13. Connect the soap hose to the barbed fitting if you
are going to be using soap (see Figure 25).
14. Flip the trigger lock up to lock the trigger in the OFF
position (see Figure 26).
1
2
Figure 26 – Trigger Lock in OFF Position
1 - Trigger Lock
2 - Hose Fitting
15. Install the high-pressure hose to the spray gun
and tighten the hose fitting (see Figure 26). Do not
overtighten. The fitting only needs to be hand-tight.
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FEATURES
GENERAL PRESSURE WASHER FEATURES
WP2500 and WP2800
1
2
8
3
4
7
6
5
Figure 27
22
1 - Spray Gun
5 - Oil Drain Plug
2 - Nozzle Storage
6 - Engine Oil Fill Plug/Dipstick
3 - Spark Plug
7 - High-Pressure Hose
4 - Primer Bulb
8 - Spray Gun Storage
FEATURES
WP2500 and WP2800
2
1
3
7
6
4
5
Figure 28
1 - Starter Handle
5 - High-Pressure Outlet Fitting
2 - Fuel Cap
6 - ON/OFF Switch
3 - Hose Storage
7 - Air Cleaner
4 - Water Inlet Fitting
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FEATURES
WP3000Z
3
2
4
1
5
8
7
6
Figure 29
24
1 - Air Cleaner
5 - High-Pressure Hose
2 - Fuel Cap
6 - Oil Drain Plug
3 - Engine Oil Fill Plug/Dipstick
7 - Fuel Shutoff Lever
4 - Hose Bracket
8 - Choke Lever
FEATURES
WP3000Z
9
1
8
2
7
6
3
4
5
Figure 30
1 - Nozzle Storage
6 - Water Inlet Fitting
2 - Throttle Lever
7 - High-Pressure Outlet Fitting
3 - ON/OFF Switch
8 - Spray Gun
4 - Starter Handle
9 - Spray Gun Storage
5 - Spark Plug
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OPERATION
BEFORE STARTING THE
PRESSURE WASHER
Before starting the pressure washer,
review Safety on page 7.
Location Selection – Before starting the pressure
washer, avoid exhaust and location hazards by verifying
the following:
x You have selected a location to operate the pressure
washer that is outdoors and well ventilated.
x You have selected a location with adequate drainage
but still level enough to prevent the pressure washer
from tipping over.
ADDING / CHECKING ENGINE
FLUIDS AND FUEL
Before adding/checking engine
fluids and fuel, review Safety on
page 7.
! DANGER
Filling the fuel tank with gasoline
while the pressure washer is running
can cause gasoline to leak and come
in contact with hot surfaces that can
ignite the gasoline.
x You have selected a location that is at least 5 feet
(1.5 m) away from any building, other equipment or
combustible material.
Before starting the pressure washer, always check the
level of:
x If the pressure washer is located close to a building,
make sure it is not located near any windows, doors
and/or vents.
x Gasoline in the fuel tank
! WARNING
Always operate the pressure washer on
a surface that will prevent the pressure
washer from tipping over. Placing the
pressure washer on a surface that may
allow the pressure washer to tip over,
could cause fuel and oil to spill. Spilled
fuel can ignite if it comes in contact
with an ignition source such as a very
hot surface.
NOTICE
Operating the pressure washer on a surface with
loose material such as sand or grass clippings can
cause debris to be ingested by the pressure washer
that could:
• Block cooling vents
• Block air intake system
Check the following items before starting the engine:
1. Verify the pressure washer is properly assembled.
2. Check that recommended engine oil has been
added to proper level in the engine crankcase.
3. Add recommended fuel to fuel tank.
4. Check for properly tightened hose connections.
5. Check to make sure there are no kinks, cuts or
damage to high-pressure hose.
6. Provide a proper water supply at an adequate flow.
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x Engine oil
Once the pressure washer is started and the engine
gets warm, it is not safe to add gasoline to the fuel tank
or engine oil to the engine while the engine is running
or the engine and muffler are hot.
Checking and / or Adding Engine Oil
! WARNING
Internal pressure can build in the
engine crankcase while the engine
is running. Removing the oil fill plug/
dipstick while the engine is hot can
cause extremely hot oil to spray out
of the crankcase and can severely
burn skin. Allow engine oil to cool for
several minutes before removing the oil
fill plug/dipstick.
The unit as shipped does not contain oil in the
engine. You must add engine oil before starting
the pressure washer for the first time. Use the
entire supplied 0.6-liter container of engine
oil. See Checking Engine Oil on page 37 and
Adding Engine Oil on page 38 for instructions
on checking engine oil level and the procedure for
adding engine oil.
NOTICE
The pressure washer does not contain engine oil
as shipped. Attempting to start the engine without
adding engine oil can permanently damage internal
engine components.
OPERATION
Adding Gasoline to the Fuel Tank
! WARNING
Never refuel the pressure washer while
the engine is running.
Always turn the engine off and allow
the pressure washer to cool before
refueling.
Required Gasoline – Only use gasoline that meets the
following requirements:
x Unleaded gasoline only
x Gasoline with maximum 10% ethanol added
x Gasoline with an 87 octane rating or higher
Filling the Fuel Tank – Follow the steps below to fill the
fuel tank:
CONNECTING THE WATER
SUPPLY
NOTICE
Do not start the engine without the water supply
connected and turned on. Running the pump without
water will damage the pump.
Water supply must deliver a minimum of 3.8 gal
(14.3 L) per minute and at least 30 psi (2 bar). Do
not siphon standing water for the water supply. Water
temperature must not exceed 100°F (37.7°C).
1. Run water through your garden hose to clear out
any debris that may have been in the hose.
2. Inspect the water inlet screen to make sure it is in
place and free of debris (see Figure 31). Do not
operate the pressure washer with a missing or
damaged inlet screen.
1. Shut off the pressure washer.
2. Allow the pressure washer to cool down so all
surface areas of the muffler and engine are cool to
the touch.
3. Move the pressure washer to a flat surface.
4. Clean area around the fuel cap.
5. Remove the fuel cap by rotating counterclockwise.
6. Slowly add gasoline into the fuel tank. Be very
careful not to overfill the tank. The gasoline level
should NOT be higher than the bottom of the filler
neck.
1
2
NOTICE
Take care when installing the fuel cap. Threads can
be damaged if cap is incorrectly installed.
7. Install the fuel cap by rotating clockwise until
you hear a click, indicating the cap is completely
installed.
Figure 31 – Water Connection WP2500 Shown
1 - Water Inlet
Screen
2 - Water Inlet
Fitting
! CAUTION
!
Avoid prolonged skin contact with
gasoline. Avoid prolonged breathing of
gasoline vapors.
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OPERATION
STARTING THE PRESSURE
WASHER – WP2500 AND
WP2800
Before starting the pressure washer,
review Safety on page 7.
Before attempting to start the pressure washer, verify
the following:
x The engine is filled with engine oil (see Checking
Engine Oil on page 37).
x The pressure washer is situated in a proper location
(see Location Selection on page 26).
1
! DANGER
2
Figure 32 – Water Connection WP3000Z Shown
1 - Water Inlet
Screen
2 - Water Inlet
Fitting
3. Use the shortest hose possible to complete the
job at hand. Using a longer hose may affect
performance. Connect a garden hose that is not
longer than 50 feet (15.2 m) to the water inlet fitting
(see Figure 31 and see Figure 32).
Never operate the pressure washer
in an enclosed area. Engine exhaust
contains carbon monoxide that can kill
in minutes. Only operate the pressure
washer outside and away from
windows, doors and vents.
1. Flip the trigger lock lever up and lock the trigger in
the OFF position (see Figure 33).
4. Tighten the fitting onto the hose.
5. Turn the water on and inspect for leaks.
6. Squeeze the trigger on the gun and allow any air to
bleed out of the hoses and the pump before starting
the engine.
7. Connect the soap siphon hose to the soap bottle if
using soap.
Figure 33 – Trigger Lock Lever
2. Make sure the water supply is turned on.
NOTE: The pump is equipped a with a thermo valve
(see Figure 34 and Figure 35). If the pump
is run for an extended period of time without
water flowing through it, it could overheat. If
the pump gets to a certain temperature, the
thermo valve will open and discharge warm
water out the valve to allow cold water in to
cool the pump.
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OPERATION
3. Point the thermo valve away from the work area
you are washing to avoid being sprayed with warm
water.
Figure 36 – Engine Stop Switch ON Position
5. Press the primer bulb three times (see Figure 37).
2
Figure 34 – Pump Thermo Valve WP2500
1
Figure 37 – Starting the Engine
1 - Primer Bulb
Figure 35 – Pump Thermo Valve WP2800
4. Move the engine stop switch down to the ON (I)
position (see Figure 36).
2 - Recoil Handle
6. Firmly grasp and pull the recoil handle slowly until
you feel increased resistance. At this point, apply a
rapid pull on the recoil handle (see Figure 37).
NOTE: If the engine starts briefly and then shuts off,
squeeze the trigger on the spray gun to relieve
the pressure before trying to start the engine
again.
7. Once the engine starts, allow the engine to warm
up slightly before beginning washing.
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OPERATION
Stopping the Pressure Washer
Normal Operation
During normal operation, use the following steps to stop
your pressure washer:
1. Lock the spray gun trigger lock in the OFF position.
2. Move the engine stop switch up to the OFF (O)
position (see Figure 38).
STARTING THE PRESSURE
WASHER – WP3000Z
Before starting the pressure washer,
review Safety on page 7.
NOTE: Pressure washer may walk or move when used
on hard surfaces. Be sure the unit is secure
during operation.
Before attempting to start the pressure washer, verify
the following:
x The engine is filled with engine oil (see Checking
Engine Oil on page 39).
x The pressure washer is situated in a proper location
(see Location Selection on page 26).
! DANGER
Figure 38 – Engine Stop Switch OFF Position
3. Turn the water supply off.
4. Unlock the spray gun trigger and squeeze the
trigger to release any pressure in the hoses and
pump.
Never operate the pressure washer
in an enclosed area. Engine exhaust
contains carbon monoxide that can kill
in minutes. Only operate the pressure
washer outside and away from
windows, doors and vents.
1. Flip the trigger lock lever up and lock the trigger in
the OFF position (see Figure 39).
5. Disconnect the garden hose from the water inlet.
During an Emergency
If there is an emergency and the pressure washer must
be stopped quickly, push the engine control switch to
the OFF (O) position immediately.
Figure 39 – Trigger Lock Lever
2. Make sure the water supply is turned on.
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OPERATION
NOTE: The pump is equipped a with a thermo valve
(see Figure 40). If the pump is run for an
extended period of time without water flowing
through it, it could overheat. If the pump gets
to a certain temperature, the thermo valve will
open and discharge warm water out the valve
to allow cold water in to cool the pump.
5. Move the throttle lever to the full throttle position
(see Figure 42). Move the choke lever to the choke
position. Open the fuel shutoff valve.
3. Point the thermo valve away from the work area
you are washing to avoid being sprayed with warm
water.
1
2
3
4
Figure 42 – Throttle Lever, Choke Lever, Fuel Shutoff
Valve
1 - Throttle Lever
2 - Choke Lever
3 - Fuel Shutoff
Valve
4 - Starter Handle
Figure 40 – Pump Thermo Valve – WP3000Z
4. Move the engine ON/OFF switch to the ON position
(I) (see Figure 41).
6. Firmly grasp and pull the starter handle slowly until
you feel increased resistance. At this point, apply a
rapid pull on the starter handle.
NOTE: If the engine starts briefly and then shuts off,
squeeze the trigger on the spray gun to relieve
the pressure before trying to start the engine
again.
7. Once the engine starts, move the choke lever to the
open position. Allow the engine to warm up slightly
before beginning washing.
NOTE: Always operate the engine at full throttle
position when washing.
Figure 41 – Engine ON/OFF Switch
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OPERATION
Stopping the Pressure Washer
3. Close the fuel shutoff valve (see Figure 44).
Normal Operation
During normal operation, use the following steps to stop
your pressure washer:
1. Lock the spray gun trigger lock in the OFF position.
2. Move the engine ON/OFF switch to the OFF (O)
position (see Figure 43).
Figure 44 – Closing Fuel Shutoff Valve
4. Turn the water supply off.
5. Unlock the spray gun trigger and squeeze the
trigger to release any pressure in the hoses and
pump.
6. Disconnect the garden hose from the water inlet.
Figure 43 – Engine ON/OFF Switch OFF Position
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During an Emergency
If there is an emergency and the pressure washer must
be stopped quickly, push the engine control switch to
the OFF (O) position immediately.
OPERATION
SELECTING NOZZLES
The quick-connect feature allows changing between
nozzles while the pressure washer is running once the
spray gun trigger is locked in the safe position.
NOTICE
Only use the nozzles that were supplied with the
pressure washers. Using any other nozzles can
affect performance and may void the warranty. For
replacement nozzles go to www.westpropower.com
or call (855) 944-3571.
! WARNING
Always apply the trigger lock to change
a nozzle if the engine is running.
1
2
4
3
5
Table 1: Nozzles
Nozzle
1. High Pressure
Nozzle (Red) –
higher pressure
and smallest spray
pattern
Use
Use to clean hard,
embedded dirt
and grime. Use on
concrete, brick,
driveways and patios.
NOTICE: The red
nozzle can damage
surfaces if it is held
too close for an
extended time
2. High to Medium
Pressure Nozzle
(Yellow) – high to
medium pressure
with smallest angle
spray pattern
Use to clean paint,
stain, mildew, oil, and
compacted dirt and
grime. Use on wood
decks, home siding,
driveways and patios.
3. Medium Pressure
Nozzle (Green) –
medium pressure and
medium spray pattern
Use to clean paint,
stain, mildew, oil, and
compacted dirt and
grime. Use on wood
decks, home siding,
driveways and patios.
4. Low Pressure Nozzle
(White) – lower
pressure and widest
spray pattern
Use to clean general
loose dirt and grime.
For use on most
surfaces including
cars, wood decks,
patios, outdoor
furniture, home
siding, and lawn and
garden equipment.
5. Soap Nozzle (Black)
Use to apply soap
to cleaning surfaces
in order to provide a
thorough cleaning.
NOTICE: Only use
pressure washer–
safe soap.
Figure 45 – Nozzle Spray Pattern
1 - Red High
Pressure 0°
4 - White Low
Pressure 40°
2 - Yellow High
to Medium
Pressure 15°
5 - Black Soap
3 - Green Medium
Pressure 25°
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OPERATION
Changing the Nozzle
1. Push up the trigger lock to lock it in the OFF
position (see Figure 46).
SPRAYING SOAP
NOTICE
Only use pressure washer–safe soap.
1. Install the soap nozzle (black).
NOTICE
Only use the soap nozzle to apply soap. Using other
nozzles will not apply soap.
2. Prepare soap solution following manufacturer’s
instructions.
3. Place soap siphon hose into soap container.
NOTICE
Figure 46 – Trigger Lock Locked
2. Pull the quick coupler toward the spray gun (see
Figure 47).
Do not route soap siphon hose where it can contact
the muffler while the engine is running.
4. Make sure the garden hose and high-pressure hose
are connected.
NOTICE
All hoses must be connected before starting the
engine.
5. Turn on the water supply.
6. Start the engine and squeeze the trigger.
Figure 47 – Installing a Nozzle
3. Push the nozzle into the coupler and push the
coupler away from the spray gun (see Figure 47).
The nozzle will lock into place. Tug on the nozzle to
verify it is locked in place.
SPRAYING TIPS
For most cleaning, keep nozzle 8 – 24 in. (20 – 61 cm)
away from cleaning surface.
x Damage may occur to the cleaning surface if you
spray too close, especially with high-pressure
nozzles.
x When you begin spraying, start farther away and
move closer to avoid damage to the surface.
x When cleaning tires, allow at least 6 in. (15 cm)
between a tire and the nozzle.
NOTICE
Do not get any closer than 6 in. (15 cm). Spraying
closer than 6 in. (15 cm) may damage tire.
To relieve system pressure, shut off engine, turn off water
supply and pull gun trigger until water stops flowing.
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7. Use long, even overlapping stroke to apply soap.
8. Allow 3 – 5 minutes for the soap to soak in before
washing and rinsing. Do not allow the soap to
dry on the surface before rinsing. Reapply soap if
necessary to maintain a wet surface for the soap to
soak in.
NOTICE
Clean the soap siphon hose once done. See
Cleaning Soap Siphon Hose on page 35.
OPERATION
RINSING
! WARNING
Always apply the trigger lock to change
a nozzle if the engine is running.
1. Select the desired nozzle and change nozzle. See
Selecting Nozzles on page 33.
2. Squeeze the trigger and carefully start to spray,
keeping nozzle a safe distance from the cleaning
surface.
3. Starting from the top of the surface, spray a small
area then check surface for damage. If no damage,
continue rinsing by using overlapping strokes
working down the surface. Keep checking surface
for damage while rinsing.
CLEANING SOAP SIPHON
HOSE
If used, clean the soap siphon hose before stopping the
engine.
1. If necessary, install the soap nozzle (black).
2. Use clean water to flush the soap siphon hose.
Submerge the soap siphon hose in the clean water.
3. Flush the soap siphon hose for 1 – 2 minutes while
the engine is running.
4. Once clean, stop the engine.
5. Point spray gun in a safe direction. Squeeze the
trigger to release pressure within the system.
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
! CAUTION
Before performing maintenance on
the pressure washer, review Safety
on page 7 and the following
safety messages.
Avoid skin contact with engine oil or
gasoline. Prolonged skin contact with
engine oil or gasoline can be harmful.
Frequent and prolonged contact with
engine oil may cause skin cancer.
Take protective measures and wear
protective clothing and equipment.
Wash all exposed skin with soap and
water.
! WARNING
!
Avoid accidentally starting the
pressure washer during maintenance
by removing the spark plug boot from
the spark plug.
Allow hot components to cool to
the touch prior to performing any
maintenance procedure.
Internal pressure can build in the
engine crankcase while the engine
is running. Removing the oil fill plug/
dipstick while the engine is hot can
cause extremely hot oil to spray out
of the crankcase and can severely
burn skin. Allow engine oil to cool for
several minutes before removing the oil
fill plug/dipstick.
Always perform maintenance in a wellventilated area. Gasoline fuel and fuel
vapors are extremely flammable and
can ignite under certain conditions.
Maintenance Schedule
! WARNING
Failure to perform periodic
maintenance or not following
maintenance procedures can cause the
pressure washer to malfunction and
could result in death or serious injury.
!
NOTICE
Periodic maintenance intervals vary depending on
pressure washer operating conditions. Operating the
pressure washer under severe conditions, such as
sustained high-load, high-temperature, or unusually
wet or dusty environments, will require more frequent
periodic maintenance. The intervals listed in the
maintenance schedule should be treated only as a
general guideline.
Following the maintenance schedule is important to
keep the pressure washer in good operating condition.
The following is a summary of maintenance items by
periodic maintenance intervals.
Table 2: Maintenance Schedule - Owner Performed
Before Every
Use
After First 20
Hours or First
Month of Use
After 50 Hours
of Use or Every
3 Months
After 100 Hours
of Use or Every
6 Months
After 300 Hours
of Use or Every
Year
Engine Oil
Check Level
Change
Change
–
–
Cooling
Features
Check/Clean
–
–
–
–
Air Filter
Check
–
Clean1
–
Replace
–
–
–
Check/Clean
Replace
Maintenance
Item
Spark Plug
1
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Service more frequently if operating in dry and dusty conditions.
MAINTENANCE
Table 3: Maintenance Schedule - Authorized Westinghouse Service Dealer Performed
Maintenance
Item
Before Every
Use
After First 20
Hours or First
Month of Use
After 50 Hours
of Use or Every
3 Months
After 100 Hours
of Use or Every
6 Months
After 300 Hours
of Use or Every
Year
Valve Clearance
–
–
–
–
Check/Adjust
Fuel Filter
–
–
–
Check/Clean
–
Idle Speed
–
–
–
–
Check/Adjust
ENGINE OIL MAINTENANCE –
WP2500 AND WP2800
Engine Oil Specification
Only use high-quality 10W30 4-stroke/cycle engine oil.
NEVER USE 2-STROKE/CYCLE OIL.
10W-30
SAE 30
5W-30
°F
-20
°C -30
0
-20
20
-10
32
40
0
50
10
80
60
20
30
100
40
Figure 48 – Recommended Oil
Checking Engine Oil
NOTICE
Always maintain proper engine oil level. Failure to
maintain proper engine oil level could result in severe
damage to the engine and/or shorten the life of the
engine.
Always use the specified engine oil. Failure to use the
specified engine oil can cause accelerated wear
and/or shorten the life of the engine.
Engine oil level should be checked before every use.
1. Always operate or maintain the pressure washer on
a flat surface.
Figure 49 – Oil Fill Plug/Dipstick
6. Check oil level:
When checking the engine oil, remove the oil fill
plug/dipstick and wipe it clean. Thread the oil fill
plug/dipstick all the way back in and then remove
and check the oil level on the oil fill plug/dipstick.
x Acceptable Oil Level – Oil is visible on the crosshatches between the H and L lines on the oil fill
plug/dipstick (see Figure 50).
x Low Oil – Oil is below the L line on the oil fill plug/
dipstick (see Figure 50).
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. With a damp rag, clean around the oil fill plug/
dipstick.
5. Remove oil fill plug/dipstick (see Figure 49).
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MAINTENANCE
6. Remove the oil drain plug (see Figure 51). Once
removed, place the oil drain plug on a clean
surface.
Figure 50 – Checking Oil Level
Adding Engine Oil
NOTICE
Oil crankcase capacity is 0.6 liter. Do not overfill.
1. Always operate or maintain the pressure washer on
a flat surface.
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. Thoroughly clean around the oil fill plug/dipstick.
5. Remove oil fill plug/dipstick and wipe clean.
6. See Engine Oil Specification on page 37 for the
proper engine oil.
7. Slowly add engine oil to the engine. Stop frequently
to check the level to avoid overfilling.
8. Continue to add oil until the oil is at the correct
level. See Checking Engine Oil on page 37.
Changing Engine Oil
1. Stop the engine.
2. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
3. Place oil pan (or suitable container) under the oil
drain plug.
4. With a damp rag, thoroughly clean around the oil
drain plug.
5. Place a flexible piece of plastic or cardboard below
the oil drain plug and above the frame.
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Figure 51 – Oil Drain Plug
7. Remove the oil fill plug/dipstick so the oil can drain
more easily from the oil drain port.
8. Allow oil to completely drain.
9. Replace oil drain plug.
10. Fill crankcase with oil following the steps outlined in
Adding Engine Oil on page 38.
NOTICE
Never dispose of used engine oil by dumping the oil
into a sewer, on the ground, or into groundwater or
waterways. Always be environmentally responsible.
Follow the guidelines of the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) or other governmental agencies for
proper disposal of hazardous materials. Consult local
authorities or reclamation facility.
11. Dispose of used engine oil properly.
MAINTENANCE
ENGINE OIL MAINTENANCE –
WP3000Z
Engine Oil Specification
1. Only use the engine oil specified in Figure 52.
10W-30
SAE 30
5W-30
°F
-20
°C -30
0
-20
20
-10
32
40
0
50
10
80
60
20
30
100
40
Figure 52 – Recommended Oil
2. Only use 4-stroke/cycle engine oil. NEVER USE
2-STROKE/CYCLE OIL.
Checking Engine Oil
NOTICE
Always maintain proper engine oil level. Failure to
maintain proper engine oil level could result in severe
damage to the engine and/or shorten the life of the
engine.
Always use the specified engine oil. Failure to use the
specified engine oil can cause accelerated wear
and/or shorten the life of the engine.
Engine oil level should be checked before every use.
Figure 53 – Oil Fill Plug/Dipstick – WP3000Z
6. Check oil level:
When checking the engine oil, remove the oil fill
plug/dipstick and wipe it clean. Thread the oil fill
plug/dipstick all the way back in and then remove
and check the oil level on the oil fill plug/dipstick.
x Acceptable Oil Level – Oil is visible on the
crosshatch lines on the oil fill plug/dipstick (see
Figure 54).
x Low Oil – Oil is not visible on the crosshatch lines
on the oil fill plug/dipstick (see Figure 54).
1. Always operate or maintain the pressure washer on
a flat surface.
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. With a damp rag, clean around the oil fill
plug/dipstick.
5. Remove the oil fill plug/dipstick (see Figure 53).
Figure 54 – Checking Oil Level – WP3000Z
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MAINTENANCE
Adding Engine Oil
NOTICE
Oil crankcase capacity is 0.6 liter. Do not overfill.
1. Always operate or maintain the pressure washer on
a flat surface.
2. Stop engine if running.
3. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
4. Thoroughly clean around the oil fill plug/dipstick.
5. Remove oil fill plug/dipstick and wipe clean.
6. See Engine Oil Specification on page 39 for the
proper engine oil.
7. Slowly add engine oil to the engine. Stop frequently
to check the level to avoid overfilling.
8. Continue to add oil until the oil is at the correct
level. See Checking Engine Oil on page 39.
Figure 55 – Oil Drain Plug – WP3000Z
Changing Engine Oil
1. Stop the engine.
7. Remove the oil fill plug/dipstick so the oil can drain
more easily from the oil drain port.
2. Let engine sit and cool for several minutes (allow
crankcase pressure to equalize).
8. Allow oil to completely drain.
3. Place oil pan (or suitable container) under one
of the two oil drain plugs. The oil drain plugs are
located on either side of the engine.
10. Fill crankcase with oil following the steps outlined in
Adding Engine Oil on page 40.
4. With a damp rag, thoroughly clean around the oil
drain plug.
5. Place a flexible piece of plastic or cardboard below
the oil drain plug and above the frame.
6. Remove the oil drain plug (see Figure 55). Once
removed, place the oil drain plug on a clean
surface.
9. Replace oil drain plug.
11. Dispose of used engine oil properly.
AIR FILTER MAINTENANCE –
WP2500 AND WP2800
! WARNING
Never use gasoline or other flammable
solvents to clean the air filter. Use only
household detergent soap to clean the
air filter.
Cleaning the Air Filter
The air filter must be cleaned after every 50 hours of
use or 3 months (frequency should be increased if
pressure washer is operated in a dusty environment).
1. Turn off the pressure washer and let it cool for
several minutes if running.
2. Move the pressure washer to a flat, level surface.
3. Push down on the air cleaner cover to disengage
the cover from the top tab (see Figure 56).
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MAINTENANCE
6. Wash the foam air filter element by submerging
the element in a solution of household detergent
soap and warm water. Slowly squeeze the foam to
thoroughly clean.
NOTICE
NEVER twist or tear the foam air filter element
during cleaning or drying. Only apply slow but firm
squeezing action.
7. Rinse in clean water by submerging the air filter
element in fresh water and applying a slow
squeezing action.
NOTICE
Figure 56 – Removing Air Cleaner Cover
4. Clean the air cleaner cover with a clean rag.
5. Remove the foam air filter element (see Figure 57).
Never dispose of soap cleaning solution used to
clean the air filter by dumping the solution into
a sewer, on the ground, or into groundwater or
waterways. Always be environmentally responsible.
Follow the guidelines of the EPA or other
governmental agencies for proper disposal of
hazardous materials. Consult local authorities or
reclamation facility.
8. Dispose of used soap cleaning solution properly.
9. Dry the air filter element by again applying a slow
firm squeezing action.
10. Return the air filter element to its position in the air
cleaner assembly box.
11. Make sure the hinges at the bottom of the air
cleaner cover are properly inserted into the holes at
the bottom of the air cleaner assembly (see Figure
58).
Figure 57 – Removing Air Filter Element
Figure 58 – Installation of Air Cleaner Cover
12. Close the air cleaner cover by rotating the cover
upward and reengaging the tab at the top of the air
cleaner assembly (see Figure 59).
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MAINTENANCE
Figure 59 – Installation of Air Cleaner Cover
Figure 60 – Remove Air Cleaner Cover
AIR FILTER MAINTENANCE –
WP3000Z
5. Remove the air filter element and replace it
(see Figure 61).
! WARNING
Never use gasoline or other flammable
solvents to clean the air filter. Use only
household detergent soap to clean the
air filter.
The air filter foam element must be cleaned after every
50 hours of use or every year (frequency should be
increased if pressure washer is operated in a dusty
environment). The air filter paper element must be
replaced after every 50 hours of use or every year
(frequency should be increased if pressure washer is
operated in a dusty environment).
1. Turn off the pressure washer and let it cool for
several minutes if running.
2. Move the pressure washer to a flat, level surface.
3. Clean the air cleaner cover with a clean rag.
4. Push on the air filter cover and lift up
(see Figure 60).
Figure 61 – Air Filter Element
6. Install a new air filter element.
7. Install the air cleaner cover onto the air filter
housing, making sure the tabs on the air cleaner
cover fit into the slots on the air cleaner housing
(see Figure 62).
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MAINTENANCE
Figure 63 – Removal of Spark Plug Boot WP2500 and
WP2800
Figure 62 – Installing Air Cleaner Cover
SPARK PLUG MAINTENANCE
The spark plug must be checked and cleaned after
every 100 hours of use or 6 months and must be
replaced after 300 hours of use or every year.
1. Stop the pressure washer and let it cool for several
minutes if running.
2. Move the pressure washer to a flat, level surface.
3. Remove the spark plug boot by firmly pulling the
plastic spark plug boot handle directly away from
the engine (see Figure 63).
NOTICE
Never apply any side load or move the spark plug
laterally when removing the spark plug. Applying a
side load or moving the spark plug laterally may crack
and damage the spark plug boot.
Figure 64 – Removal of Spark Plug Book WP3000Z
4. Clean area around the spark plug.
5. Remove the spark plug from the cylinder head (see
Figure 65).
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MAINTENANCE
NOTICE
Only use the recommended spark plug (Champion
RN11YC4 or equivalent). Using a non-recommended
spark plug could result in damage to the engine.
Figure 65 – Removing Spark Plug WP2500 and
WP2800
Figure 67 – Spark Plug Gap Requirements
8. Install the spark plug by carefully following the steps
outlined below:
a - Carefully insert the spark plug back into the
cylinder head. Hand-thread the spark plug until
it bottoms out.
b - Turn the spark plug to ensure it is fully seated.
c - Replace the spark plug boot, making sure the
boot fully engages the spark plug’s tip.
PRESSURE WASHER
COMPONENTS
Water Filter Screen
1. Remove the water inlet hose.
Figure 66 – Removing Spark Plug WP3000Z
2. Remove the cone-shaped water filter screen from
the water inlet hose fitting (see Figure 68).
6. Place a clean rag over the opening created by the
removal of the spark plug to make sure no dirt can
get into the combustion chamber.
7. Inspect the spark plug for:
x Cracked or chipped insulator
x Excessive wear
x Spark plug gap (the acceptable limit of 0.024 –
0.032 in. [0.60 – 0.80 mm]) (see Figure 67).
If the spark plug fails any one of the conditions
listed above, replace the plug with a Champion
RN11YC4 plug or equivalent.
Figure 68 – Water Filter Screen WP2800 Shown
3. Inspect the water filter screen for debris or damage.
4. If the water filter screen is clogged or full of debris,
clean it by flushing it with water on both sides. If it is
damaged, replace it.
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MAINTENANCE
5. Reinsert the water filter screen into the water inlet
hose fitting. The cone side has to face out.
High-Pressure Hose and Spray Gun
High-Pressure Hose
1. Remove the high-pressure hose.
2. Inspect the O-rings on the hose fittings. Replace if
cracked or split.
Nozzle
1. Shut off the pressure washer and turn off the water
supply.
2. Pull the trigger of the spray gun to release any
remaining water pressure.
3. Remove the spray tip from the end of the nozzle
extension (see Figure 70).
3. Inspect the high-pressure hose for leaks or damage.
4. Replace the high-pressure hose if it leaks or
damage is present.
Spray Gun
1. Inspect the O-ring on the wand where it connects to
the spray gun. Replace if cracked or split.
2. Inspect the connection between the hose and the
spray gun. Ensure that the hose is connected tightly
to the fitting on the spray gun.
Figure 70 – Spray Tip Removal
3. Release the blue trigger lock by slightly pushing the
trigger forward.
4. Remove any obstructions with a small paper clip or
similar tool.
4. Test the trigger by pulling it backward. Make sure
that the trigger returns to its original position when
it is released.
5. Flush the spray tip with clean water.
6. Remove the nozzle extension from the spray gun
(see Figure 71).
Soap Siphon Hose
1. Remove the soap siphon hose (see Figure 69) from
the soap container (if it is immersed).
Figure 71 – Nozzle Extension Removal
7. Flush clean water through the nozzle extension for
30 – 60 seconds.
8. Reconnect the nozzle extension to the spray gun.
9. Reinstall the spray tip into the nozzle extension.
AFTER EACH USE
1. Shut off the pressure washer and turn off the water
supply.
Figure 69 – Soap Siphon Hose WP2800 Shown
2. Inspect the soap siphon hose. Clean it if it is
clogged.
3. Inspect the soap siphon hose for leaks or damage.
4. Replace soap siphon hose if it is damaged.
2. Remove the soap siphon hose from the soap
container and insert it into a container with clean
water.
3. Turn on the water supply and start the pressure
washer.
4. Pull the spray gun trigger and spray for 1 – 2
minutes. This will ensure that all remaining soap is
flushed from the pump.
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MAINTENANCE
5. Shut off the pressure washer and turn off the water
supply.
6. Pull the spray gun trigger to release any remaining
pressure.
7. Let the pressure washer cool down.
8. Disconnect the high-pressure hose and water inlet
hose.
9. Drain the hoses, spray gun and nozzle extension.
10. Engage the trigger lock on the spray gun.
11. Wipe off remaining water with a clean, dry rag.
12. While the pressure washer is turned off, pull the
recoil handle 5 – 6 times. This should remove most
of the remaining liquid inside the pump.
13. Store the pressure washer in a clean, dry place.
LONG-TERM STORAGE
! WARNING
Never store a pressure washer with
fuel in the tank indoors or in a poorly
ventilated area where the fumes can
come in contact with an ignition source
such as a: 1) pilot light of a stove, water
heater, clothes dryer or any other gas
appliance; or 2) spark from an electric
appliance.
NOTICE
Gasoline stored for as little as 60 days can go bad,
causing gum, varnish and corrosive buildup in fuel
lines, fuel passages and the engine. This corrosive
buildup restricts the flow of fuel, preventing an engine
from starting after a prolonged storage period.
4. Start the engine and allow the pressure washer to
run until all the remaining gasoline in the fuel lines
and carburetor is consumed and the engine shuts
off.
5. Clean the pressure washer as outlined in After
Each Use on page 45.
6. Change the oil (see Adding Engine Oil on page
38).
7. Remove the spark plug (see Spark Plug Maintenance
on page 43) and place about 1 tablespoon of oil
in the spark plug opening. While placing a clean rag
over the spark plug opening, slowly pull the recoil
handle to allow the engine to turn over several times.
This will distribute the oil and protect the cylinder wall
from corroding during storage.
8. Replace the spark plug (see Spark Plug
Maintenance on page 43).
9. Move the pressure washer to a clean, dry place for
storage.
WINTER STORAGE
1. Follow steps 1 through 11 in After Each Use on
page 45.
2. Store the hoses, spray gun and nozzle extension.
3. Disconnect the spark plug wire.
4. Connect a 3-foot (1-meter) section of garden hose
to the water inlet hose fitting.
5. Using a funnel, pour 6 oz (177 mL) of RV antifreeze
into the hose.
NOTICE
Use only RV antifreeze. Any other antifreeze can
damage the pump.
Proper care should be taken to prepare the pressure
washer for any long-term storage.
6. Slowly pull the recoil handle several times, until
antifreeze comes out of the high-pressure fitting of
the pump.
Storage Procedure for 1 – 3 Months
7. Remove the 3-foot (1-meter) garden hose.
1. Clean the pressure washer as outlined in After
Each Use on page 45.
8. Reconnect the spark plug wire.
2. Add a gasoline fuel stabilizer to the fuel tank. Follow
the recommended procedure of the fuel stabilizer
manufacturer for correct amount of stabilizer to add.
9. Store the pressure washer in a clean, dry place.
Remove and Install the Pump – WP2500
and WP2800
Storage Procedure for Greater Than 3
Months
1. Disconnect high-pressure hose and soap siphon
hose from pump.
1. Clean the pressure washer as outlined in After
Each Use on page 45.
2. Drain all gasoline from the fuel tank as best as
possible.
3. Connect a hose to the water inlet fitting and turn on
hose.
NOTE: The pump mounting bolts also mount the
engine in place. Do not tip the unit or the
engine could be damaged when pump is
removed.
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2. Remove the 3 mounting bolts and washers holding
the pump to the frame (see Figure 72).
MAINTENANCE
3. Slide the pump down off of the crankshaft (see
Figure 72).
Remove and Install the Pump –
WP3000Z
1. Disconnect high-pressure hose and soap siphon
hose from pump.
2. Remove the 4 mounting bolts holding the pump to
the engine (see Figure 74).
2
1
Figure 72 – Pump/Engine Mounting Bolts WP2500
Shown
1 - Pump and
Engine Mounting
Bolts and
Washers
2 - Engine
Crankshaft
4. Inspect the key and keyway on crankshaft (see
Figure 73).
Figure 74 – Pump Mounting Bolts
3. Slide the pump out off of the crankshaft (see Figure
74).
4. Inspect the key and keyway on crankshaft (see
Figure 75).
Figure 73 – Key and Crankshaft Keyway WP2500
Shown
5. Apply a thin layer of grease to the crankshaft before
installing the pump.
6. Slide the pump onto the crankshaft making sure the
key lines up with the keyway in the pump.
7. Install the pump/engine mounting bolts and tighten
to 25 ft-lb (34 N·m).
Figure 75 – Key and Crankshaft Keyway
5. Apply a thin layer of grease to the crankshaft before
installing the pump.
6. Slide the pump onto the crankshaft making sure the
key lines up with the keyway in the pump.
7. Install the pump/engine mounting bolts and tighten
to 30 ft-lb (41 N·m).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
! WARNING
Before attempting to service or
troubleshoot the pressure washer,
the owner or service technician
must first read the owner’s manual
and understand and follow all safety
instructions. Failure to follow all
instructions may result in conditions
that can lead to voiding of the EPA
certification or product warranty,
serious personal injury, property
damage or even death.
PROBLEM
Engine will not start.
Engine suddenly stops running.
Engine runs erratic; does not hold a
steady RPM.
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POTENTIAL CAUSE
SOLUTION
1.
Fuel shutoff vave (if equipped) is in
the OFF position.
1.
Move the fuel shutoff valve (if
equipped) to the ON position.
2.
Pressure washer is out of fuel.
2.
Add fuel to the pressure
washer.
3.
Fuel flow is obstructed.
3.
Inspect and clean fuel delivery
passages.
4.
Unit is not properly primed.
4.
Push primer bulb three times.
5.
Air filter is dirty.
5.
Check and clean the air filter.
6.
Oil level is low.
6.
Check oil level and add oil if
necessary.
7.
Spark plug boot is not fully engaged
with the spark plug tip.
7.
Firmly push down on the spark
plug to ensure the boot is fully
engaged.
8.
Spark plug is faulty.
8.
Remove and check the spark
plug. Replace if faulty.
9.
Fuel is stale.
9.
Drain fuel and replace with
fresh fuel.
10. Water in fuel.
10. Drain fuel and replace with
fresh fuel.
11. If trying 1-10 above does not solve
the problem, the cause might be
that the pressure washer has a fault.
11. Take the pressure washer to
your nearest authorized service
dealer.
1.
Pressure washer is out of fuel.
1.
Check fuel level. Add fuel if
necessary.
2.
Oil level is low.
2.
Check oil level and add oil if
necessary.
3.
If trying 1-2 above does not solve
the problem, the cause might be
that the pressure washer has a fault.
3.
Take the pressure washer to
your nearest authorized service
dealer.
1.
Choke lever (if equipped) was left in
the ON position.
1.
Move choke lever (if equipped)
to the OFF position.
2.
Air filter is dirty.
2.
Check and clean the air filter.
3.
If trying 1-2 above does not solve
the problem, the cause might be
that the pressure washer has a fault.
3.
Take the pressure washer to
your nearest authorized service
dealer.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
No or low pressure.
Soap does not mix with water spray.
POTENTIAL CAUSE
SOLUTION
1.
Water supply is low.
1.
Increase the water supply.
2.
Nozzle is obstructed.
2.
Clean the nozzle.
3.
Water filter screen is obstructed.
3.
Remove and clean the filter.
4.
Water inlet is obstructed.
4.
Clear the inlet.
5.
Inlet hose is kinked or leaks.
5.
Straighten the inlet hose and
repair leaks.
6.
High-pressure hose is obstructed or
leaks.
6.
Clear obstructions in the hose
or replace the hose.
7.
High-pressure hose fitting leaks.
7.
Tighten the fitting. Apply
sealant tape if necessary.
8.
If trying 1-7 above does not solve
the problem, the cause might be
that the pressure washer has a fault.
8.
Take the pressure washer to
your nearest authorized service
dealer.
1.
Soap siphon hose is not
submerged.
1.
Insert the soap siphon
hose properly into the soap
container.
2.
Soap siphon hose is obstructed.
2.
Clear obstructions in the soap
siphon hose.
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WARRANTY
WESTPRO POWER SYSTEMS “THREE YEAR” LIMITED
WARRANTY
Effective May 2012
WESTPRO’S RESPONSIBILITY
Westpro Power Systems, LLC (“WESTPRO”) warrants to the original purchaser that its Westinghouse line of
pressure washers will be free from defects in material and workmanship. Under normal use and maintenance from
the date of purchase, WESTPRO agrees to repair or replace at WESTPRO’s discretion, any defective product free
of charge at any authorized WESTPRO Authorized Service Dealer within the below listed applications, time periods,
limitations, and exclusions. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXTENDED TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER ONLY
AND IS NOT TRANSFERABLE TO SUBSEQUENT OWNERS EXCEPT FOR EMISSION RELATED PARTS. This
warranty is separate from the Emission Control Warranty Statement supplied with your new product. Please consult
the Emission Control Warranty Statement for details regarding emission related parts. For a list of WESTPRO
Authorized Service Dealers refer to www.westpropower.com or call 1-855-944-3571.
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY
To ensure trouble free warranty coverage it is important that you register your WESTPRO Westinghouse pressure
washer. You may register on-line at www.westpropower.com, by automated phone at 1-855-944-3571, or by filling
out and returning to WESTPRO the warranty registration card supplied with your pressure washer. Registering
your product confirms your warranty coverage and provides a direct link between you and WESTPRO if we find it
necessary to contact you.
Your receipt for purchase including date, model and serial number must be maintained and presented to a
WESTPRO Authorized Service Dealer for warranty service. Proof of purchase rests solely with you, the original
purchaser.
You must demonstrate reasonable care and use, and follow preventive maintenance, storage, fuel and oil usage
as prescribed in the operator’s manual for your WESTPRO Westinghouse unit. Should a product difficulty occur,
you must, at your expense, deliver or ship your WESTPRO Westinghouse unit to a WESTPRO Authorized Service
Dealer for warranty repairs (which must occur within the applicable warranty period), and arrange for pick-up or
return of your unit after the repairs have been made. For the WESTPRO Authorized Service Dealer nearest to you,
call WESTPRO’s automated phone at 1-855-944-3571 or you may locate a WESTPRO Authorized Service Dealer
at www.westpropower.com. Should you require assistance or have questions concerning WESTPRO’s Warranty
Statement, you can contact us through the web at www.westpropower.com or call 1-855-944-3571.
PRODUCT WARRANTY APPLICATIONS AND PRODUCT WARRANTY PERIODS
CONSUMER APPLICATION
For the purpose of this limited warranty “Consumer Application” means usage by the original purchaser for the
purpose of personal residential household or recreational use.
Parts and labor will be covered at 100% for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase.
Parts only will be covered at 100% for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase.
If proof of purchase is not available to establish the purchase date nor is the equipment registered as suggested
herein, the date of manufacturing as recorded by WESTPRO will start the product warranty period.
COMMERCIAL APPLICATION
For the purpose of this limited warranty “Commercial Application” means usage by the original purchaser for the
purpose of income producing, business related use. Once a pressure washer has been used for income producing
and business related purposes, it shall thereafter be considered a “Commercial Application” and the following
warranty will apply.
Parts and labor will be covered at 100% for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase.
If proof of purchase is not available to establish the purchase date nor is the equipment registered as suggested
herein, the date of manufacturing as recorded by WESTPRO will start the product warranty period.
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WARRANTY
EXCLUSIONS
x WESTPRO portable pressure washers that utilize non-WESTPRO replacement parts.
x Costs of normal maintenance and adjustments.
x Failures caused by any contaminated fuels, oils, or lack of proper oil levels.
x Repairs or diagnostics performed by individuals other than WESTPRO authorized dealers not authorized in
writing by WESTPRO.
x Failures due to normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence or improper use. As with all
mechanical devices, the WESTPRO engines need periodic part(s) service and replacement to perform as
designed. This warranty will not cover repair when normal use has exhausted the life of a part(s) or engine.
x Failures caused by any external cause or act of God, including but not limited to, collision, theft, vandalism,
riot, war, fire, freezing, lightning, earth-quake, windstorm, hail, water, flood, tornado, or hurricane.
x Damage related to rodent and/or insect infestation.
x Products that are modified or altered in a manner not authorized in writing by WESTPRO.
x Any incidental, consequential or indirect damages caused by defects in materials or workmanship, or any
delay in repair or replacement of the defective part(s).
x Failure due to misapplication.
x Telephone, cellular phone, facsimile, internet access, or other communication expenses.
x Expenses related to “customer instruction” or troubleshooting where no manufacturing defect is found.
x Overnight freight or special shipping costs for replacement part(s).
x Overtime, holiday or emergency labor.
x Starting batteries, fuses, light bulbs and engine fluids.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES
This limited warranty is in lieu of all other expressed or implied warranties, including any warranty of FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE and any implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY otherwise applicable to
WESTPRO’s Westinghouse line of pressure washers. WESTPRO and its affiliated companies shall not be liable for
any special, incidental or consequential damage, including lost profits. There are no warranties extended other than
as provided herein. This limited warranty may be modified only by WESTPRO. Any implied warranties allowed by law
shall be limited in duration to the terms of the express warranty provided herein. Some states do not allow limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Some states do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights. You also have other rights from state to state. WESTPRO’S ONLY LIABILITY
SHALL BE THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS STATED ABOVE. IN NO EVENT SHALL WESTPRO BE LIABLE
FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF SUCH DAMAGES ARE A DIRECT RESULT
OF WESTPRO’S NEGLIGENCE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may
also have other rights from state to state.
This limited warranty is given by Westpro Power Systems, LLC, W237 N2889 Woodgate Rd. Unit B, Pewaukee, WI
53072.
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EMISSIONS CONTROL WARRANTY
FEDERAL AND/OR CALIFORNIA EMISSION CONTROL
WARRANTY STATEMENT
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
Westpro Power Systems, LLC, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and, for those products
certified for sale in the state of California, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) are pleased to explain the
emission (evaporative and/or exhaust) control system (ECS) warranty on your outdoor 2012 and later small off-road
spark-ignited engine and equipment(outdoor equipment engine). In California, new outdoor equipment engines must
be designed, built and equipped to meet the state’s stringent anti-smog standards (in other states, 1997 and later
model year equipment must be designed, built, and equipped to meet the U.S. EPA small off-road, spark ignition
engine regulations). Westpro Power Systems, LLC must warrant the ECS on your outdoor equipment engine for the
period of time listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of your outdoor
equipment engine.
Your ECS may include parts such as the carburetor, fuel-injection system, the ignition system, catalytic converter,
fuel tanks, fuel lines, fuel caps, valves, canisters, filters, vapor hoses, clamps, connectors, and other associated
emission-related components.
Where a warrantable condition exists, Westpro Power Systems, LLC will repair your outdoor equipment
engine at no cost to you including diagnosis, parts and labor.
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY COVERAGE:
This emission control system is warranted for two years. If any emission-related part on your outdoor equipment
engine is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by a Westpro Power Systems, LLC Authorized Warranty
Service Dealer.
OWNER’S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES:
As the outdoor equipment engine owner, you are responsible for performance of the required maintenance listed in
your owner’s manual. Westpro Power Systems, LLC recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance
on your outdoor equipment engine, but Westpro Power Systems, LLC cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of
receipts or your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance.
As the outdoor equipment engine owner, you should however be aware that Westpro Power Systems, LLC may deny
you warranty coverage if your outdoor equipment engine or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, or improper
maintenance or unapproved modifications.
You are responsible for presenting your outdoor equipment engine to a Westpro Power Systems, LLC’s Authorized
Warranty Service Dealer as soon as the problem exists. The warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable
amount of time, not to exceed 30 days.
If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact a Westpro Power
Systems, LLC Service Representative at 1-855-WHHELP1 (1-855-944-3571) or contact Westpro Power Systems,
LLC at the following address: W237 N2889 Woodgate Road, Unit B, Pewaukee, WI 53072.
DEFECTS WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS
Westpro Power Systems, LLC warrants to the original, end-use purchaser/owner and each subsequent purchaser
that the outdoor equipment engine is:
1. Designed, built and equipped so as to conform with all applicable regulations
2. Free from defects in materials and workmanship that can cause the failure of a warranted part at any time
during the ECS Warranty period.
3. Warranted parts are identical in all material respects to that part as described in Chongqing Zongshen General
Power Machine Co., LTD’s application for certification.
The warranty period begins on the date the outdoor equipment engine is delivered to the original, end-use
purchaser/owner or first placed into service. The warranty period is two years.
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EMISSIONS CONTROL WARRANTY
Subject to certain conditions and exclusions as stated below, the warranty on emission-related parts is as follows:
1. Any warranted part that is not scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the written instructions
supplied, is warranted for the warranty period stated above. If the part fails during the period of warranty
coverage, the part will be repaired or replaced by Westpro Power Systems, LLC according to subsection (4)
below. Any such part repaired or replaced under warranty will be warranted for the remainder of the period.
2. Any warranted part that is scheduled only for regular inspection in the written instructions supplied is warranted
for the warranty period stated above. Any such part repaired or replaced under warranty will be warranted for
the remaining warranty period.
3. Any warranted part that is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the written instructions
supplied is warranted for the period of time before the first scheduled replacement date for that part. If the part
fails before the first scheduled replacement, the part will be repaired or replaced by Westpro Power Systems,
LLC according to subsection (4) below. Any such part repaired or replaced under warranty will be warranted for
the remainder of the period prior to the first scheduled replacement point for the part.
4. Repair or replacement of any warranted part under the warranty provisions herein must be performed by a
Westpro Power Systems, LLC Authorized Warranty Service Dealer at no charge to the owner.
5. The owner must not be charged for diagnostic labor that leads to the determination that a warranted part is in
fact defective, provided that such diagnostic work is performed at a Westpro Power Systems, LLC Authorized
Warranty Service Dealer.
6. Westpro Power Systems, LLC is liable for damages to other engine or equipment components proximately
caused by a failure under warranty of any warranted part. Throughout the off-road engine and equipment
warranty period stated above, Westpro Power Systems, LLC will maintain a supply of warranted parts sufficient
to meet the expected demand for such parts.
7. Any authorized Westpro Power Systems, LLC replacement part may be used in the performance of any
warranty maintenance or repairs and must be provided without charge to the owner. Such use will not reduce
the warranty obligations of Westpro Power Systems, LLC.
8. Add-on or modified parts that are not exempted by the EPA or CARB may not be used. The use of any nonexempted add-on or modified parts by the original, end use purchaser/owner and each subsequent purchaser/
owner will be grounds for disallowing warranty claims. Westpro Power Systems, LLC will not be liable to warrant
failures of warranted parts caused by the use of a non-exempted add-on or modified part.
9. The manufacturer issuing the warranty shall provide any documents that describe that manufacturer’s warranty
procedures or policies within five working days of request by the CARB.
WARRANTED PARTS:
The repair or replacement of any warranted part otherwise eligible for warranty coverage may be excluded from
such warranty coverage if Westpro Power Systems, LLC demonstrates that the outdoor equipment engine has
been abused, neglected, or improperly maintained, and that such abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance was the
direct cause of the need for repair or replacement of the part. That notwithstanding, any adjustment of a component
that has a factory installed, and properly operating, adjustment limiting device is still eligible for warranty coverage.
Further, the coverage under this warranty extends only to parts that were present on the off-road engine and
equipment purchased.
The following emission warranty parts are covered (if applicable):
1. Fuel Metering System
x Cold start enrichment system (soft choke)
x Carburetor and internal parts (or fuel injection system)
x Fuel pump
x Fuel tank
2. Air Induction System
x Air cleaner
x Intake manifold
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EMISSIONS CONTROL WARRANTY
3. Ignition System
x Spark plug(s)
x Magneto ignition system
4. Exhaust System
x Catalytic converter
x SAI (Reed valve)
5. Miscellaneous Items Used in Above System
x Vacuum, temperature, position, time sensitive valves and switches
x Connectors and assemblies
6. Evaporative Control
x Fuel hose
x Fuel hose clamps
x Tethered fuel cap
x Carbon canister
x Vapor lines
QUESTIONS:
If you have any questions regarding your emissions warranty rights and responsibilities you should contact Westpro
Power Systems, LLC at:
Phone: (855) 944-3571, toll free
Web:
service@westpropower.com
Address:
Service Department
Westpro Power Systems, LLC
W237 N2889 Woodgate Road, Unit B
Pewaukee, WI 53072
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