OPERATOR’S MANUAL & PARTS LIST
Midsize Extractor
Model PFX1080AW & PFX1085EAW SERIES
WARNING: OPERATOR MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL
COMPLETELY BEFORE OPERATING THIS EQUIPMENT.
©Tacony, Inc., All rights reserved
PFX1080AW-Man 1/2016
Save These Instructions
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING!: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury
WARNING
To avoid electric
shock, DO NOT
expose to rain.
Store Indoors.
WARNING
To avoid fire, DO NOT
use with a flammable
or combustible liquid
to clean floor.
When using this upright extractor, basic precautions should always
be followed, including the following:
1) DO NOT leave unit when plugged in. Unplug from outlet
when not in use and before servicing.
8) DO NOT pick up anything that is smoking or burning
such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
2) DO NOT allow unit to be used as a toy. Close attention is
necessary when used around or near children.
9) DO NOT use to pick up hazardous chemicals.
3) Use only as described in this manual. Use only
manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
4) DO NOT use with damaged cord or plug. If unit is
not working properly because it has been dropped,
dropped into water, left outdoors, or damaged in any
way, contact an authorized service center.
5) DO NOT handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
6) DO NOT put any objects into openings. DO NOT use
with any opening blocked: keep free of dust, lint, hair,
or anything that may reduce air flow.
7) Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body
away from openings and moving parts.
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10) Turn off all controls before unplugging.
11) Turn unit off immediately if foam or liquid comes from
machine exhaust. Empty & clean out recovery (dirty)
tank and use defoamer to correct the problem.
12) DO NOT use to pick up flammable or combustible
liquids such as gasoline or use in areas where they may
be present.
13) DO NOT use where oxygen or anesthetics are used.
14) Replace damaged or worn parts immediately with
genuine original equipment parts to maintain safety.
15) This unit must be connected to a properly grounded
outlet only. See grounding instruction on page 3.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
DANGER:
Improper use of the grounding plug can result in a risk of electric shock.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This extractor must be properly grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding
provides a path of least resistance for electrical current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This
machine is equipped with 1 or 2 pigtail cords having an equipment-grounding conductor and
grounding plug. The pigtails must be inserted into an appropriate 12 gauge 3 prong extension cord.
This unit is for use on a nominal 120 volt circuit and has a grounded plug that looks like the plug
illustrated in (Fig. A).
GROUNDING METHODS
GROUNDING
OUTLET
This unit is for use on a nominal 120 volt circuit and has a
grounded plug that looks like the plug illustrated in (Fig. A).
GROUNDED
OUTLET BOX
GROUNDING
PIN
(FIG. A)
WARNING!
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of
electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service person if you are in doubt
as to whether the outlet is properly grounded. DO NOT modify the plug provided with
the appliance. If it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified
electrician.
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General instructions for PFX1080 series Extractors
Congratulations on your purchase of a Powr-Flite extractor. You are now equipped to handle any and all commercial carpet
cleaning jobs.
Shipping and Damage
This equipment is thoroughly inspected, tested, and packaged to provide equipment in good operating condition. It is beyond
our control after the equipment is turned over to a freight carrier. The freight carrier received and signed for the equipment in
good condition. Consequently, it is most important to protect your interest by carefully complying with the following instructions:
Please inspect your cartons for any damage (including concealed damage) that might have occurred during shipment. Any damage is the responsibility of the freight carrier and should be reported to the freight carrier immediately. It is your responsibility
to issue a claim and to receive compensation from the freight carrier for any damage done in transit. Damage of this sort is not
warranted.
Follow these easy step-by-step instructions to ensure proper operating performance.
1. Fill up the fresh water solution tank with tap water that is
120-135 degrees and approved carpet cleaning chemical,
if you are not pre-spraying your chemical on the carpet.
2. Attach two 12 gauge extension cords (one cord for nonheated models).
3. Plug each extension cord into a separate and grounded 20
amp wall socket circuits. When this is accomplished the
green indicator light will be lit (on heated models).
4. Attach the hose system to the unit and to your carpet
wand.
5. Turn on the heater and the pump to the “on” position,
(only pump on non-heated models). When the heater is on,
the orange indicator light on the switch panel will be lit.
6. With the solution line attached to the wand and the
machine, prime the pump by squeezing the trigger on the
wand releasing the water (hold wand tip over solution
tank to put water back into solution tank). This will pump
water into the heater and get any air out of the solution
line. Let the heater heat up. This will take 3 to 5 minutes. *Prime pump on 500 p.s.i. models with prime hose
(included).
7. Turn vacuum switches to the “on” position one at at time
to begin cleaning.
8. Anyone designated to operate this equipment must read
and thoroughly understand all instructions and precautions prior to use.
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9. Never use equipment out of doors or in the rain.
10. Never use flammable or explosive materials in or around
this equipment!
11. When vacuum tank is full, empty by using drain hose on
the front of the machine. If a pail is used to empty the vacuum waste tank, do not use the same pail to fill the solution tank as this can result in putting dirt and grit into the
solution line that can plug filters, orifices, and generally
degrade the solution line system (do not reuse solution).
12. To empty solution tank, detach the wand from the end
of the vacuum hose and insert the vacuum hose into the
solution tank. Turn the vacuum switches to “on” position
and transfer solution to vacuum tank and dispose of as
outlined in #11. Clean vacuum stack filter at this time.
Maintenance
To receive reliable service from this equipment, regular daily
maintenance is a required.
1. Keep the equipment clean, both inside and out.
2. Lubricate brass quick disconnects with a quality lubricant
such as WD-40®.
6. Never lift the machine by pressure regulator (on heated
model).
7. Do not allow the unit to freeze!
8. The equipment was not designed to be used outdoors or
in the rain.
9. Do not operate in standing water.
3. Flush solution systems after use with clear, clean water.
(A white vinegar solution may also be used). This will
counter-act hard water and alkaline deposits and aid in
keeping orifices clean.
10. Wear safety equipment and clothing to protect from
extremely hot water.
4. Do not allow fluid, either in solution or waste tank, to sit
overnight. The unit should be emptied and cleaned daily.
12. Do not operate if power cords, hoses, etc. are cracked,
frayed, leaking, or otherwise in need of repair.
11. Do not operate equipment under any unsafe condition.
5. Clean the strainer in the solution tank, the filters on the
vacuum stack in vacuum tank, and all lint filters in the
inlet or vacuum tanks daily.
6. Do not use the same receptacle (pail) to fill solution tank
that is used to remove waste from vacuum tank.
Float
Cage
7. When the unit is not in use, leave the vacuum tank lid open.
8. At the end of each day, run the vacuum for 3 minutes with
lid open and filter off. (See Fig. A)
Safety Precautions
Fig. A
These precautions are designed with the safety of the operator,
the equipment, and others in mind and must be followed at all
times to avoid serious personal harm and/or death, and damage to the unit.
1. Always use a grounded electrical outlet.
2. Always disconnect electric cable from electrical outlet
before attempting to make any adjustments or repairs.
3. Never use this equipment as a toy.
4. Never use equipment near or around flammable or explosive materials, fuels, or solvents.
5. Never put flammable materials, fuels, or solvents into
equipment.
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Storage of Equipment
1. Store extractor indoors in dry area.
2. Recovery and solution tank should be empty and clean
when the extractor is not in use.
3. Leave the recovery lid and drain hose open to air out the
recovery tank.
4. Do not store in freezing temperature.
5. A small amount of windshield washer fluid may be left in
the pump and internal solution line for protection against
freezing.
Warnings
1. Do not break off or pull the grounding prong on the plug.
2. Do not attempt repair on a warrantied machine unless
instructions to perform it by an authorized shop are
obtained from the factory.
3. Do not use citrus-based (D-Limonene) cleaners in this
machine.
4. Do not use cleaning chemicals in this machine except
those recommended for steam-type extraction equipment.
The use of any chemicals with abrasive additives voids the
warranty.
5. Do not use any replacement parts except those specified
on the parts list. Performance of the machine could be
affected if substitutions are made.
6. Do not use water in excess of 140° F (62° C) through
the pump system. It could damage the seals and polyprophene casing of the diaphragm pump.
7. Follow maintenance schedule strictly.
8. Failure to comply with the above warnings
instructions will void the warranty.
ONE LAST REMINDER
Read All Instructions, Warning and Cautions Before Using. These guidelines are presented for
your protection and convenience. Please read them carefully, since failure to heed these
precautions could result in discomfort or injury. When using an electrical appliance, basic
safety precautions should always be followed.
WARNING
TO AVOID FIRE, DO NOT USE WITH A FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE
LIQUID TO CLEAN FLOOR.
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PFX1080AW BASE ASSEMBLY
PFX1080AW Parts List
PFX1080AW BASE ASSEMBLY
32
33
13
30
10
27
25
35
22
20
6
16
2
1
24
23
28
12
9
34
29
4
11
26
19
5
31
14
3
17
15
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
21
18
7
ITEM
8
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
1
10/-24 ALL THREAD
72000A
19
NUT 8-32 KEPS
X8256
2
WASHER 5/16 SAE FLAT ZINC
X8218
20
NUT 10-32 KEPS
7BF008
3
1/4” QUICK DISCONNECT
PX6
21
NUT PUSH 1/2”
7GL002
4
AXLE REAR MID SIZE
X9463
22
NUT, KEP 10-24 ZINC
7BF003
5
NUT 8-32 LOCK W/NYLON INSERT
X8260
23
PLATE, HEATER/PUMP, MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9465
6
BOLT 1/4-20X 1”
X8211
24
PLATE MUFFLER MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9471
7
CASTER, 4” BLACK
X9153
25
PLATE VACUUM MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9868
8
WHEEL 10” GRAY
X9063
26
RECEPTICALE, FLANGED INLET STRAIGHT BLADE
X9429
9
COVER FAN
72702A
27
SCREW, SHEET METAL #8-5/8’ BLACK
72387A
10
PUMP 100 PSI W/BY-PASS
SF814
28
SCREW, 8-32 X 1 3/4” MACHINE PH ZINC
7DW001
11
FAN COOLING 115V
72700A
29
SCREW, 8-32 X 3/4” MACHINE PH ZINC
72703A
12
FDAM, MUFFLER, MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9470
30
FITTING NYLON ELBOW 90 DEG.
PX15
13
GASKET, VACUUM MOTOR SEAL
X9696
31
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1 PHIL PAN
7BS003
14
PLATE, MEDEX 100 PSI
X9494
32
SPACER VAC MOTOR
72651B
15
WASHER ,1/2 USS FLAT ZINC
X8239
33
VACUUM 2 STAGE
72855A
16
NUT KEP 1/4-20”
7BF004
34
WASHER 1/2 USS FLAT, BLACK
7CM007
17
MEDIUM SIZE EXTRACTOR BASE
X1050-120
35
WASHER #10 FLAT ZINC
X8225
18
SPACER, CASTER
72783A
7
PFX1080AW solution tank assembly
PFX1080AW Parts List
PFX1080AW SOLUTION TANK ASSEMBLY
12
13
8
5
9
7
14
6
4
2
1
3
11
ITEM
8
10
15
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
1
SCREW 1/4-20X1/2 PHIL PAN
7BS003-BLK
2
SCREW 1/4-20X1/2 PHIL PAN
7BS003
3
FITTING NYLON ELBOW 90 DEG.
PX15
4
CLAMP, DISCHARGE VALVE
X9448
5
HINGE SOLUTION TANK LID
X9450
6
LID SOLUTION TANK
X9451
7
NUT 8-32 KEPS ZINC
X8256
8
SCREW #6 X 1/2 PAN HD PHIL
X8261
9
SCREW 8-32 X 1/2 PAN HD PHIL
X8278
10
MID SIZE EXTRACTOR SOLUTION TANK
X1052BLUE
11
STRAP, FRONT
X9444
12
CLAMP 1-1/2 WORM GEAR
7DL005
13
PLUG DRAIN HOSE
PAS36
14
HOSE DRAIN
PAS37
15
REDUCER 1/2” TO 3/8”
PC22
PFX1080AW Parts List
PFX1080AW recovery tank assembly
PFX1080AW RECOVERY TANK ASSEMBLY
27
4
10
21
26
23
6
15
8
16
3
13
1
9
22
7
25
30
24
30
17
2
29
14
5
12
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
18
11
28
PART NO.
19
20
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
1
5/16-18 x 18.75 ALL THREAD
X9452
16
LID SCREW-IN
PX103
2
WASHER 1/4 FLAT USS ZINC
X8235
17
NUT CAP 5/16-18 ZP
72148A
3
COUPLER PLASTIC
PX63
18
MID SIZE EXTRACTOR RECOVERY TANK
X1051BLUE
4
COUPLING PVC
72615A
19
SCE TANK HINGE
X9014
5
DRAIN FITTING 1”
72677A
20
SCREW 1/4-20X1/2 PHIL PAN
7BS003
6
DUMP VALVE GASKET
PX14
21
SCREW #8X5/8 BLACK
72387A
7
VALVE GASKET
PX14A
22
SCREW #8X5/8 BLACK
72387A
8
FITTING PLASTIC ELBOW 90
PX11A
23
SPACER 1.625 LONG
72486A
9
FITTING PLASTIC BULKHEAD
PX25
24
SWITCH PLATE
X9801AW
10
FLOAT CAGE W/HEAVY BALL
PX31
25
SWITCH ROCKER
PX87
11
GASKET DRAIN INNER
72679A
26
STANDPIPE
72628B
12
GASKET DRAIN OUTER
72680A
27
VACUUM TUBE
PX33
13
GASKET LID
PX103G
28
WASHER
X8858
14
GASKET, SWITCH PLATE
X9484
29
WHEEL BLACK 4” X 1-1/4”
X8025
15
HANDLE
X9453
30
HOLE PLUG SWITCH HOLE
X9173
31
PLUG 1/2 BLACK NYLON
71804A
9
PFX1085EAW Parts List
W BASE ASSEMBLY
PFX1085EAW BASE ASSEMBLY
35
36
13
33
18
37
10
30
27
39
24
22
26
38
6
17
2
1
ITEM
25
12
31
14
9
32
4
11
21
29
34
5
28
19
3
16
7
20
15
8
23
DESCRIPTION
10/-24 ALL THREAD
72000A
2
WASHER 5/16 SAE FLAT ZINC
X8218
3
1/4” QUICK DISCONNECT
PX6
4
AXLE REAR MID SIZE
X9463
5
NUT 8-32 LOCK W/NYLON INSERT
X8260
6
BOLT 1/4-20X 1”
X8211
7
CASTER, 4” BLACK
X9153
8
WHEEL 10” GRAY
X9063
9
COVER FAN
72702A
10
CAT PUMP 500 PSI, AC*
CP500AC
11
FAN COOLING 115V
72700A
12
FDAM, MUFFLER, MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9470
13
GASKET, VACUUM MOTOR SEAL
X9696
HEATER 1650W 15A
X9256
HEATER 3000W 240V
PF3000B
15
HEATER COVER, MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9464
16
WASHER ,1/2 USS FLAT ZINC
X8239
17
NUT KEP 1/4-20”
7BF004
18
BARB,1/2H 3/8M
PX85
19
MEDIUM SIZE EXTRACTOR BASE
X1050-120
20
SPACER, CASTER
72783A
21
NUT 8-32 KEPS
X8256
22
NUT 10-32 KEPS
7BF008
23
NUT PUSH 1/2”
7GL002
24
NUT, KEP 10-24 ZINC
7BF003
25
PLATE, HEATER/PUMP, MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9465AW
26
PLATE MUFFLER MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9471
27
PLATE VACUUM MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9868
28
PRESSURE GAUGE ASSEMBLY 500psi WITH
PULSE HOSE
X9501-CP
29
RECEPTICALE, FLANGED INLET STRAIGHT BLADE X9429
30
SCREW, SHEET METAL #8-5/8’ BLACK
72387A
31
SCREW, 8-32 X 1 3/4” MACHINE PH ZINC
7DW001
32
SCREW, 8-32 X 3/4” MACHINE PH ZINC
72703A
33
ELBOW STREET 1/4” 90 DEGREE
PC49
34
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1 PHIL PAN
7BS003
35
SPACER VAC MOTOR
72651B
VACUUM 2 STAGE
72855A
VACUUM 2 STAGE (230V)
72855B
37
REDUCER 3/8” TO 1/4”
PC20
38
WASHER 1/2 USS FLAT, BLACK
7CM007
39
WASHER #10 FLAT ZINC
X8225
14
36
*WIRE HIGH FOR HIGH VOLTAGE - WIRE LOW FOR LOW VOLTAGE
10
PART NO.
1
PFX1085EAW Parts List
PFX1085EAW solution tank assembly
PFX1085EAW SOLUTION TANK ASSEMBLY
12
13
8
9
5
14
7
6
4
2
10
1
3
11
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
1
1/4-20 X 1/2 HEX CAP SCREW
7BS003-BLK
2
1/4-20 X 3/4 HEX CAP SCREW
7BS003
3
1/4” 90 DEGREE STREET ELBOW
PC49
4
CLAMP, DISCHARGE VALVE
X9448
5
HINGE SOLUTION TANK
X9450
6
LID, SOLUTION TANK
X9451
7
NUT 8-32 KEPS ZINC
X8256
8
SCREW SHEET METAL #8 X 3/4” BLACK
X8261
9
SCREW , 8-32 X 1/2” MACHINE PH BLACK
X8278
10
SOLUTION TANK HOUSING
X1052BLUE
11
STRAP, FRONT MID SIZE EXTRACTOR
X9444
12
CLAMP, 1 1/2” WARM GEAR
7DL005
13
PLUG DRAIN HOSE
PAS36
14
DRAIN HOSE
PAS37
11
PFX1085EAW
PFX1085EAW recovery tank
assembly
Parts List
PFX1085EAW RECOVERY TANK ASSEMBLY
27
4
10
21
26
23
6
15
8
16
3
13
9
1
22
25
7
30
31
24
17
2
29
14
5
12
ITEM
12
DESCRIPTION
18
11
28
PART NO.
19
20
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
1
5/16-18 x 18.75 ALL THREAD
X9452
16
LID SCREW-IN
PX103
2
WASHER 1/4 FLAT USS ZINC
X8235
17
NUT CAP 5/16-18 ZP
72148A
3
COUPLER PLASTIC
PX63
18
MID SIZE EXTRACTOR RECOVERY TANK
X1051BLUE
4
COUPLING PVC
72615A
19
SCE TANK HINGE
X9014
5
DRAIN FITTING 1”
72677A
20
SCREW 1/4-20X1/2 PHIL PAN
7BS003
6
DUMP VALVE GASKET
PX14
21
SCREW #8X5/8 BLACK
72387A
7
VALVE GASKET
PX14A
22
SCREW #8X5/8 BLACK
72387A
8
FITTING PLASTIC ELBOW 90
PX11A
23
SPACER 1.625 LONG
72486A
9
FITTING PLASTIC BULKHEAD
PX25
24
SWITCH PLATE
X9801AW
10
FLOAT CAGE W/HEAVY BALL
PX31
25
SWITCH ROCKER
PX87
11
GASKET DRAIN INNER
72679A
26
STANDPIPE
72628B
12
GASKET DRAIN OUTER
72680A
27
VACUUM TUBE
PX33
13
GASKET LID
PX103G
28
WASHER
X8858
14
GASKET, SWITCH PLATE
X9484
29
WHEEL BLACK 4” X 1-1/4”
X8025
15
HANDLE
X9453
30
INDICATOR LIGHT GREEN
PX86
31
NEON LIGHT WITH LENS
X8102
Troubleshooting
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
No electrical power.1. Defective power cord.1. Replace.
2. Circuit breaker off or2. Turn circuit breaker
fuse blown.
on or replace fuse.
Unplug any equipment
using the same circuit.
Switch is turned on.1. Faulty electrical cable.1. Repair or replace.
Intermittent power to 2. Defective switches.2. Replace.
motor(s).3. Loose terminal or dis-3. Replace.
colored terminal connections.
Electrical Shock1. Equipment not1. Locate grounded
grounded.
outlet.
VACUUM SYSTEM
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Vacuum motor on.1. Drain hose open.1. Close drain hose.
Little or no vacuum
Recovery tank lid must
on wand head.
be closed.
2. Defective vacuum hose. 2. Repair or replace.
Kinks in vacuum hose.
hose.
3. Vacuum disconnected.
3. Open machine, connect
vacuum hose to
recovery tank.
Not enough vacuum1. Damaged recovery1. Replace.
power at the machine.
tank lid.
2. Lint clogging ball -
2. Remove screen.
type shutoff screen.
Clean out fibers and
accumulated dirt.
3. Vacuum hose connection3. Check for leaks
between stand pipe and
around clamps and cuffs
vacuum motor.
(tighten). Replace damaged
hose(s).
4. Vacuum motor4. Check air flow by
exhaust blocked.
removing hose from
machine and feel the
exhaust under the
machine. Remove
obstruction.
5. Cords not plugged into
5. Relocate one cord to a
separate circuits
different room.
VACUUM SYSTEM
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Motor running and no1. Faulty vacuum motor.1. Replace.
vacuum at all.
No exhaust from the2. Water shutoff closed.2. Clean water shutoff
blowport.
screen.
Premature closing of1. Dirty or clogged shut-1. Remove and clean
ball type shutoff.
off filter screen.
screen.
Ball type shutoff2. Ball coated with2. Remove and rinse
failing to release after
detergent or other
ball with clean water.
recovery tank is drained. foreign material.
2. Screen slightly out of3. Bend screen by
round.
squeezing slightly by
hand until there is an
obvious space between
ball and inside of screen.
Foam/dirty solution1. Foam from carpet by-1. Use additional
coming out of vacuum
passing water shutoff.
defoamer.
exhaust port.2. Elbow in vacuum tank2. The elbow should be
is not positioned
pointed directly at the
correctly.
side wall of the tank
away from the ball type
shutoff.
SOLUTION SYSTEM
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Pump motor on –
1. Clogged or faulty1. Check intake on
no spray through jets.
solution control valve.
valve and remove lint
or other foreign
material.
2. Clogged or faulty2. Depress plunger on
quick disconnect on
solution hose against
housing.
inside wall of solution
tank. If solution is flow
ing at this point, the
system is O.K. If no
solution flows, check the
quick disconnect for lint
and other foreign matter.
3. Clogged jets
3. Clean jets on wand or tool.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Uneven spray from1. Clogged strainer in1. Unscrew strainer
jet. Spray weak or
solution tank.
and remove lint and
uneven.
any other foreign
material from screen.
2. Clogged jet.2. Remove and clean.
Leaking or stuck1. Foreign material in1. Remove brass hex
solution valve.
valve.
plug, clean valve and
replace.
2. Loose brass hex nut.2. Reseal hex and plug.
3. Valve worn or seals3. Replace worn parts
worn.
with solution valve
repair kit.
Pump motor1. Loose wiring
1. Tighten wiring
not working.
2. Defective pump
2. Replace with new
pressure switch
pressure switch assembly
3. Motor burnout
3. Replace pump motor
Pump pressure low.1. Clogged screens on.1. Unscrew strainer
strainer in solution tank
remove lint and any
other foreign material
from screen.
2. Defective rectifier or2. Replace.
motor.
3. Pump not primed.
3. Plug priming hose into
solution connection and
place end in solution tank. Run pump for 4 minutes
Pump pressure varies.1. Worn carbon brushes.1. Replace brushes.
2. Defective pump2. Replace.
pressure control switch.
WARRANTY
The manufacturer warrants to the original purchaser that products manufactured are free from defects of
workmanship and material, provided such goods are installed, operated and maintained in accordance
with written manuals or other instructions for a period of 5 years from date of purchase on housings and
frame, 3 years on heater, 1 year on pump, 2 years on vac motor, and parts and workmanship. In case
you as our customer, meet any trouble with your machine, contact your Powr-Flite representative who will
be happy to be of service to you and will take care of the warranty settlement.
NOTE: Alterations and changes made to the machine without written approval of the manufacturer and use
of unapproved spare parts will not be covered by warranty.
A Tacony Company
3101 Wichita Court • Ft. Worth, TX 76140-1755
1-800-880-2913 • Fax: 1-817-551-0719 • www.Powr-Flite.com
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