PRESSURE WASHER
PPPW-3100
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OWNERS MANUAL
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INTRODUCTION
This manual has been produced by Parker Products Ltd. and should be kept with the
product and referenced for operation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
This manual contains an overall description of the product, together with all the
necessary information for using the product correctly and safely. It is highly
recommended that this manual is read prior to any operation or maintenance of this product.
The safety precautions and warnings are to ensure your safety and protect you from harm or
damage to the product.
All photographs and drawings in this manual are supplied by Parker Products Ltd. to help you
with the operation and maintenance of the product. The information contained in this manual
was accurate at the time of production, however Parker Products Ltd. may make modifications to
the product without notification.
Parker Products Ltd.
Richmond Park
Richmond Road
Louth
LN11 0FU
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CONTENTS
FOR SAFE OPERATION ........................................................................
PARTS ASSEMBLY ...................................................................................
FEATURES ......................................................................................................
ASSEMBLY .....................................................................................................
STARTING THE ENGINE .........................................................................
TURNING OFF THE ENGINE ...............................................................
OPERATING THE SPRAY GUN ............................................................
USING SPRAY NOZZLE ...........................................................................
APPLYING DETERGENT ..........................................................................
MAINTENANCE ..............................................................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING .....................................................................................
MAINTANENCE SCHEDULE .............................................................
DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................
SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ...............................................
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FOR SAFE OPERATION
GLOVES
Gloves should be worn where appropriate.
• Read and understand this manual in its entirety before operating
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HEARING PROTECTION
Hearing protection should be worn to prevent damage to
your ears. Ensure your hearing
protection provides adequate noise reduction.
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EYE PROTECTION
Approved eye protection should be worn at all times during
operation.
BOOTS
Wear sturdy, non-slip boots.
CLOTHING
Appropriate clothing should be worn during
operation. Ensure clothing is made of strong
fabric and is not baggy or loose.
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this pressure washer. Improper use of this pressure washer could
result in serious injury or death.
This machine has been designed for use with the cleaning agent
supplied or recommended by the manufacturer. The use of other
cleaning agents or checmicals may adversely affect the safety of
the machine.
Do not use the machine within range of persons unless they
wear protective cloting.
Spray from this unit has extreme pressure and can ricochet back
splashing water or propelling objects towards eyes.
Never substitue eye protection with dry condition goggles.
Pressure washer can create puddles and slippery surfaces. Never wear sandals, always wear protective footwear.
Operate pressure washer from a level and stable surface.
Do not operate from a ladder, scaffolding, or uneven surface as
recoilfrom spray gun could cause you to fall.
Do no over-extend yourself in attempt to reach a little further.
Do no direct the jet against yourself or others in order to clean
clothes or foot-wear.
Risk of explosion - do not spray flammanle liquids.
High pressure cleaners shall not be used by children or untrained personnel.
• High pressure hoses, fitting and couplings are important for the
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safety of the machine. Use only hoses, fittings and couplings
recommended by the manufacrer.
To ensure machine safety, use only original spare parts from the
manufacturer or approved by the manufacturer.
Water that has flowed through backflow preventers is considered to be non-potable.
The machineshall be disconnected from its power source during
cleaning or maintenance and when replacing parts or converting the machine to another function.
Do not use the machine if a supply cord or important parts of the
machine are damaged e.g. safety devices, high pressure hoses,
trigger gun.
Do not use combustion engine powered machines indoors unless adequate ventilation is assessed by national labour authorities.
Carbon monoxide gas is a poisonous, odorless gas that can
cause headache, confusion, fatiguw, nausea, fainting, sickness,
seizures, or death. If you start to exprerience any of these symptoms IMMEDIATELY get fresh air and seek medical attention.
Never use indoors, in a covered area, or in a confined space,
even if doors and widnows are open.
Ensure that any exhaust emissions are not in the vicinity of air
intakes.
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FOR SAFE OPERATION
• For gas or oil-heated machines it is important to provide adequate
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ventilate and make sure that the flue gases are properly discharged.
Incorrect fuels shall not be used as they may prove hazardous.
Never spray near a power source such as an electrical outlet. Making contact with a power source could cause an electric shock or
burn.
Stay alert and use common sense. Do not operate this unit if you are
under the influence of alcohol, drugs, medication or you feel tired.
High pressure jets can be dangerous if subject to misuse. The jet
must not be directed at persons, live electrical equipment or the
machine itself.
The high pressure stream of water produced can cut through skin
and underlying tissue. Never squeeze the trigger or point the spray
gun at other people, animals, plants, or fragile objects such as glass,
even if the engine is stopped.
This unit is not a toy. Keep it away from children and pets.
Do not leave spray gun unattended while unit is running.
Make sure the spray gun, nozzle, and accessories are attached
correctly.
Never attempt to repair high pressure hose, always replace.
Never attempt to repair leaks with sealant, always replace O-ring or
seal.
Never attempt to connect or disconnect hose from pump or spray
gun while system is pressurised.
FOR SAFE OPERATION
• Always release water pressure from unit every time you stop the
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engine.
Avoid contacting hot areas of this unit.
Use caution around the muffler and other engine parts as they can
be extremely hot.
Allow hot components to cool before touching.
Moving parts can catch clothing, jewelry and hair.
Do not wear loose clothing or gloves.
Remove jewellery or anything else that could be caught in moving
parts.
Tie back or wear protective head covering to contain long hair.
Keep engine away from flammable objects and other hazardous
materials.
The fuel and its vapours used to power this unit are highly flamma-
• When adding or draining fuel, unit should be turned off for at least 2
minutes to cool before removing fuel cap. If unit has been running
the cap is under pressure, remove slowly.
• To keep fuel from spilling, secure unit so it cannot tip while operating or transporting.
• When transporting unit, disconnect the spark plug wire and
make sure the fuel tank is empty with the fuel shutoff valve
turned to the off position.
• The machine can be used by people with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the machine in safe way and understand the hazards
involved.
ble and could explode resulting in serious injury or death.
Never overfill fuel tank. If fuel spills, move the unit at least 30 feet
away from the spill and wipe up any remaining fuel on the unit before starting the engine.
Never smoke while operating or fuelling this unit.
Never operate or store this unit near an open flame, heat, or any
other ignition source.
Keep engine free of grass, leaves, or grease which are flammable.
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PARTS ASSEMBLY
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PARTS ASSEMBLY
NUMBER
ITEM NAME
QTY
NUMBER
ITEM NAME
QTY
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ENGINE
1
22
WIRE
1
2
DETERGENT TANK CAP
1
23
NOZZLE HOLDER
5
3
DETERGENT TANK
1
24
ROTATIONAL SCREW
4
4
LOWER FRAME ASSEMBLY
1
25
PIPE
1
5
NUT M8
1
26
WATER PUMP
1
6
RUBBER FEET
1
27
BOLT M8*25
4
7 ROUND HEAD BOLT GB/T 818-76 M6X45
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FLAT KEY
1
8
NUT M6
6
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LANCE
1
9
NUT
8
30
GUN
1
10
ISOLATOR
4
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PIN
1
11
WHEEL
2
32
PIN COVER
1
12
AXLE
2
33
HIGH PRESSURE HOSE
1
13
HAIR PIN
2
34
NOZZLE RED
1
14
CLIP Q
3
35
NOZZLE YELLOW
1
15
PLASTIC RIVET
2
36
NOZZLE GREEN
1
16
WASHER
6
37
NOZZLE WHITE
1
17
UPPER HOOK
1
38
NOZZLE SOAP
1
18
HANDLE FRAME
1
39
CONNECTOR FEMALE
1
19
FOAM COTTON HANDLE
1
40
CONNECTOR MALE
1
20
PANEL
1
41
SPARK WRENCH
1
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FASTENER
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PACKING LIST
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Pressure washer
Quick start guide
Operator's manual
Engine manual
Spray gun
Extension wand with quick-connect fitting
High pressure hose
5 spray nozzles - 0°, 15°, 25°, 40° and soap nozzle
Accessory hook
Foot
Nozzle cleaner
Do not operate this pressure washer if
any of the parts are damaged or missing until the part is replaced. Using this
product with damaged or missing parts
can cause damage to the machine or
result in serious injury or death.
Do not attempt to assemble or
operate this pressure washer until you
have read and understood this entire
manual. If you have any problems
assembling or operating this unit
contact your dealer or a qualified
service center.
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FEATURES
FEATURES
HIGH PRESSURE HOSE
SPRAY GUN
SOFT GRIP HANDLE
CHOKE & FUEL LEVER
RECOIL PULL STARTER
HIGH PRESSURE PUMP
HIGH PRESSURE OUTLET
ON/OFF SWITCH
OIL FILLER & DIPSTICK
PRESSURE RELEASE VALVE
WATER INLET
SOAP TANK
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FOAM FILLED TYRES
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ASSEMBLY
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ASSEMBLY
ATTACH FOOT ASSEMBLY
Parts needed: 1 x foot + 1 x M8 lock nut.
Raise or tilt pressure washer so you can line up foot
with the hole located at the centre of the frame.
Align the rubber foot with the hole in the frame where
the foot is to be located. Attach foot by inserting the bolt
from the bottom up and install the acorn nut.
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INSTALL HANDLE
Install the upper frame (handle) onto the lower frame
by sliding the handle over the two upright tubes on
the lower frame and pressing down firmly until the
handle is seated, and the two pins snap in place.
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ATTACH ACCESSORY HOOK
Attach the accessory hook.
Install two plastic rivets until the plastic rivet is snug.
Note: You may need to tap with a mallet or small hammer to seat the lock pin.
4 A
ATTACH SPRAY GUN
Screw the spray wand and the trigger handle together
until they are secure.
4 B
ATTACH THE HOSE
Insert the inlet coupler of the spray hose into the
threaded fitting on the high pressure spray gun and
thread the black nut on by turning clockwise until it is
hand tight.
Be careful not to crossthread the fitting as the threads are extremely fine. Take extra care throughout
this step.
Wrench tighten until there is a slight crush on the frame
tube - do not over tighten.
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ASSEMBLY
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ASSEMBLY
ADD / CHECK OIL
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ADD FUEL
2. Remove the dipstick to ensure you do not overfill
the engine.
3. Carefully add between 520 ml (17.6 oz) of 4-Cycle
engine oil (SAE30) to empty reservoir until oil
reaches the out edge of the oil fill hole (crankcase
dipstick hole)
Be sure to replace both dipsticks before attempting
to start the engine.
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CONNECT GARDEN HOSE
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CONNECT HIGH PRESSURE HOSE
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GASO
0 OIL
SAE3
1. Place pressure washer on a level surface.
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1. Set pressure washer on a clean and level surface
in an area that is well ventilated.
1. Attach the water inlet/hose lock if not already
installed
1. Attach end of high pressure hose to the high
pressure outlet on pump.
2. Remove fuel cap.
2. Connect hose to water inlet and tighten by hand.
2. Care should be taken to ensure the the threads are
not crossed when connecting the hose.
3. Insert a funnel into the fuel tank and carefully pour
gasoline into the tank until fuel level reaches 1 1/2
inches below the neck.
Oil and fuel must be added to unit prior
to first use. To avoid spillage, do not
overfill fuel tank as gasoline expands.
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STARTING THE ENGINE
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STARTING THE ENGINE
PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST
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TURN FUEL VALVE TO "ON"
☑ Read and understand this operator manual in it's entirety
before operating pressure washer
☑ Check oil level and add oil to the proper level if low
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☑ Check fuel level and add fuel if needed
☑ Check connections of handle and all holes to make sure they
are secure
☑ Check all hoses for kinks and damage
☑ Check flow of water supply and make sure it is adequate (2.8
- 5.6 bar)
ON
OFF
Do not operate indoors or in a confined space
preventing dangerous carbon
monoxide gas from dissipating.
Carbon monoxide gas is a poisonous, odourless
gas that can cause headache, confusion, fatigue,
nausea, fainting, sickness, seizures or death. If
you start to experience any of these symptoms
IMMEDIATELY get fresh air and seek medical
attention.
Never use indoors, in a covered area, or in a
confined space, even if doors and windows open.
Keep exhaust from this unit from entering a confined area through windows, doors vents or other
openings. When working in areas where vapours
could be inhaled, use a respirator mask according to all of it's
instructions.
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1. Place pressure washer on a level surface.
This machine is equipped with a low oil sensor which will
prevent the engine from running in the event the oil level is
too low.
Your machine is delivered EMPTY of all fluids, however trace
elements of oil maybe present inside your engine. Do not mistake these trace elements of oil for a full oil reservoir.
Please fill the machine with oil as illustrated above. Your oil
should be level with the threads on the oil fill hole.
2. Purge the systems water pump of air by releasing
the safety and squeezing the trigger of the spray
gun.
3. Turn the fuel on by sliding the fuel valve to the right
(ON position)
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SLIDE CHOKE TO LEVER TO "CHOKE"
RUN
CHOKE
1. Close the choke by sliding the choke lever to the
left (OFF position)
The choke lever is the top one of the
two and can be located by the "CHOKE"
sticker.
The fuel valve is the bottom one of the two levers and can be identified by the FUEL icon sticker
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STARTING THE ENGINE
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STARTING THE ENGINE
TURN ENGINE OFF/ON SWITCH TO "ON"
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PULL RECOIL
5
SLIDE CHOKE TO RUN POSITION
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TURN ON WATER SUPPLY
RUN
CHOKE
OFF
ON
1. Turn the engine OFF/ON switch the "ON"
position.
1. Holding the machine with your hand, pull the recoil
handle (start cord) slowly until resistance is felt,
then pull rapidly
2. Squeeze the gun trigger and release pressure after
every failed attempt to start the pressure washer
(this will reduce back pressure)
1. Slide choke lever to the right (RUN position)
2. The machine will run normally when the lever is
fully moved to the "RUN" position.
3. If the engine cuts out during this step please repeat
steps 2, 4 + 5.
1. As soon as your pressure washer is running, turn
on your water supply immediately.
Using the machine for an extented
period of time without water supply will
cause premature damage to your high
pressure pump.
Exhaust gets extremely hot.
Ensure your body and parts of the
machine avoid contact with this area.
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TURNING OFF THE ENGINE
1
TURNING OFF THE ENGINE
2
TURN OFF THE ENGINE
TURN FUEL VALVE OFF
3
TURN OFF WATER SUPPLY
4
RELEASE WATER PRESSURE
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
1. Turn the ON/OFF switch to the "OFF" position.
1. Slide the fuel valve to the left (OFF position).
2. The engine should immediately stop.
In the event the engine does not stop when the switch is moved to the "OFF" position, slide the choke lever to the left
allowing the engine to flood and stop.
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1. Ensure your water supply is turned off to prevent
premature engine damage.
1. Squeeze the trigger handle to release all water
pressure
It is important to ensure that all water is fully drained from the machine prior to storage. Failure to drain the pump
properly could result in damage to your pump. Examples of such damage is water freezing inside the pump and
cracking the pump casting.
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OPERTAING THE SPRAY GUN
1
START WATER FLOW
2
STOP WATER FLOW
SLOT
LOCK OUT
1. Flip the lock tab behind the trigger up or down
until it clicks to apply or remove the safety.
TRIGGER
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1. Release trigger to stop water flow.
2. Pull back on trigger to begin operating pressure
washer.
Kickback forces result from pressing the trigger. Therefore, always hold the spray gun with both hands. Pay attention
to safe posture. Improper handling can lead to injuries.
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USING SPRAY NOZZLE
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APPLYING DETERGENT
CHANGING NOZZLES
SPRAY
WAND
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USING SPRAY NOZZLE
0°
15°
25°
40°
Soap
APPLYING DETERGENT
RINSING WITH THE PRESSURE WASHER
• Rinse surface with cool water before applying cleaner.
• Prepare detergent as required fro job. For best results follow
• Test a small area first to avoid surface damage.
• Rinse from top to bottom using long, overlapping strokes.
• Remove cap from detergent container and fill.
• Spray detergent on surface. For best best results use long, even,
MOVING THE PRESSURE WASHER
detergent directions as supplied from manufacturer.
and overlapping strokes. Allow dtergent to set for about 3 minutes before risning, but do not allow detergent to dry on surface
or it may cause streaking or cause damage to the surface. Use
good judgment.
• To clean equipment after use, flush water through the spray nozzle for 1-2 minutes then shut off engine. Soak nozzle in bucket of
clean water to remove detergent.
NOZZLE
“CLICK”
• Turn the pressure washer off.
• Tilt unit towards you until it is balanced on it's wheels.
• Roll machine to desired location.
Avoid skin contact with detergents, in particular
contact with eyes.
1. To connect or disconnect spray tip, pull back on
the quick-connect collar.
2. Insert or remove spray tip then release collar.
3. Release the trigger to stop water flow.
For general cleaning use the 40° spray tip.
For stripping, spot cleaning, blasting, and hard to reach areas use the 15° spray tip. This
option is for removing paint, rust mildew, marine growth off boats, or grease stains. This
option can be used for reaching second story surfaces, or for the removal of paint, rust,
oil stains, tar, gum and other stubborn substances. Use extreme caution when using
this nozzle.
For applying pressure washer safe detergent, use the black soap nozzle.
The angle of the nozzles shown indicates the spray "fan shape" projected from the nozzle
when the trigger of the spray gun is pulled and high pressure water is passing through
the nozzle. The pressure and flow will not change significantly due to the various fan
patterns.
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If detergent gets in your eyes flush your eyes with
clean water and seek immediate medical attention.
Only use mild, enviromentally friendly detergents intended for use in pressure washers. Ask at your
specialist dealer about these special products.
Never use aggressive chemicals (e.g. bleach), abrasive
detergents or similar to avoid damage to your health,
the product and enviroment.
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MAINTENANCE
Regular mantenance will extend the life of your pressure washer and
improve its performance. The warranty does not cover items that result from operator negligence, misuse or abuse. To receive full value
from the warranty the operator must maintain the pressure washer
as instructed in this manual, including proper storage.
Before inspecting or servicing this machine, make
sure the engine is off and no parts are moving.
Disconnect the spark plug wire and move it away
from the spark plug.
PRE-OPERATION STEPS
Before starting the engine perform the following pre-operation
steps:
1. Check the level of the engine oil and the fuel tank level.
2. Make sure the air filter is clean.
3. Remove any debris that has collected on the pressure washer.
4. Check water inlet screen for damage. Clean inlet screen if it is
clogged.
MAINTENANCE
REMOVE DEBRIS
CHANGING ENGINE OIL
1. Clean any debris that has collected around or behind the muffler,
cleaning systems and controls.
1. Shut off the engine
2. Use a damp cloth to wipe exterior surfaces. If dirt is caked on,
use a soft bristle brush.
AFTER EACH USE
Follow the following procedure after each use:
1. Shut off engine and turn off water supply, Release water pressure by pointing spray gun in a safe direction and squeezing the
trigger.
2. Disconnect high pressure hose, spray gun and nozzle. Drain
water from items and use a rag to wipe down the outside of the
hose and spray gun.
2. Clean the area around the oil fill cap/dipstick to keep out debris
then remove oil fill cap/dipstick.
3. Place an oil pan on the ground to catch oil. Remove oil plug then
tilt pressure washer back and to the side to empty out the oil
from the crankcase.
4. Once oil is completely drained, return the pressure washer to a
level position and install drain plug. Refill the engine with new oil
as instructed earlier in this manual under Adding/Checking oil.
Never repair high pressure hose or use unit if hose is damaged. If damaged replace with identical Parker part.
1. Inspect the hose for cuts, bulges or leaks which can develop
from kinking or wear. If damage is found immediately replace
hose.
2. Inspect couplings for damage. Immediately replace hose if damage is found.
SPRAY NOZZLE
If a pulsing sensation is felt while squeezing the trigger, the spray
nozzle may be dirty or clogged and should be cleaned immediately.
OIL DRAIN PLUG
3. Empty the water from the pump by pulling the recoil starter 6
times.
1. Shut off engine and turn off water
2. Remove nozzle from the wand
3. Use nozzle cleaner to dislodge anything which is clogging the
tip
4. Store unit in a clean and dry area.
CHECKING DETERGENT SIPHONING TUBE
5. Check high pressure hose for damage.
1. Check the detergent siphoning tube for clogs, leaks or tears
SPRAY GUN
6. Briefly run garden hose to flush out any debris or insects.
2. Make sure the tube fits tightly to the pump fitting
1. Make sure the spray gun is connected securely.
7. Inspect the work area for hazards.
3. Replace siphoning tubes if damaged
2. Inspect the spray gun safety and make sure the spray gun trigger
springs back on release.
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HIGH PRESSURE HOSE
4. Flush debris out of the nozzle by back flushing with a garden
hose for 30-60 seconds
5. Reconnect the nozzle to the spray wand
6. Turn the water supply back on and start engine
NOZZLE CLEANER
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MAINTANENCE
CHECKING THE SPARK PLUG
REPAIRING LEAKING CONNECTIONS
1. Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug.
Purchase O-rings/seals and replace damaged or worn seals on the
pressure washer.
2. Before removingthe spark plug, clean the area around its base to
prevent debris from entering the engine.
3. Clean carbon deposits off the electrode with a wire brish.
4. Check the electrode gap and slowly adjust to 0.80mm (0.031in) if
neccessary.
5. Reinstall spark plug and lighten to torque 22.0 - 26.9 Nm (16-20ftlb)
6. Reconnect spark plug wire
7. If spark plug is worn replace only with an equivalent
replacement part. Spark plug should be replaced anually.
AIR FILTER
A dirty air filter will reduce the life span of the engine, make starting
the engine difficult, and reduce the unti's performance. To clean:
1. Remove air filter cover
2. Carefully pull the air filter out by lifting up along the edges.
3. Remove dirt from filter by tapping on it or having it blown out.
4. Reinstall air filter so that it seal and replace air filter cover.
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STORING PRESSURE WASHER
If storing pressure washer for 30+ days follow the procedures below:
Water pressure produced by this unit can cut through
skin and tissue leading to serious injury and possible
amputation.
Never attempt to repair high pressure hose, always replace.
Never attempt to repair leaks with sealant, always replace
O-ring or seal.
1. Add fuel stabiliser to gasoline to keep gasoline from going stale
and to prevent gum deposits from forming on the carburettor.
Run engine for a couple of minutes to circulate the fuel stabiliser.
2. Empty fluid from all hoses and pump.
3. Disconnect the spark plug wire and clean the spark plug. Leave
spark plug wire disconnected.
4. Cover & store in a frost free area.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Engine will not start
Engine hard to start
Engine lacks power and
vibrates excessively
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TROUBLESHOOTING
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Out of fuel
Fill fuel tank
Engine oil low
Add engine oil
Spark plug wire disconnected
PROBLEM
Engine loses power when
load is added
Connect spark plug wire
Water pressure is weak
Bad spark plug
Replace
Spark plug wire has shorted
Contact ParkerBrand
Clogged fuel filter
Contact ParkerBrand
Stale fuel or water in fuel
Drain fuel and refill with fresh gasoline
Spark plug producing weak spark
Contact ParkerBrand
Excessively rich fuel mixture
Contact ParkerBrand
Dirty air filter
Clean air filter
Detergent and spray do not
mix
Engine stops during
operation
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Engine speed is too low
Contact ParkerBrand
Water supply is restricted
Inspect garden hose for kinksor leaks. Make sure you are using a large
enough garden hose (min. ¾ inch diameter)
Water not turned on to full power
Open water source all the way
Not using high pressure nozzle
Change nozzle
Detergent hose is not submerged or
has disconnected
Make sure hose is connected and submerged in the detergent
Black soap nozzle needed
Install soap nozzle
Out of fuel
Fill fuel tank
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Clean nozzle
Spray gun leaks
Check spray connection or replace spray gun
Air in line
Squeeze trigger handle to remove air
Water supply is over 100°F
Pump is faulty
Change engine oil
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Check and clean water inlet screen
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Use cool water supply
Check high pressure hose
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Contact ParkerBrand
Check and clean detergent siphoning tube
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Check spray gun for leaks
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Clean debris
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Check engine oil level
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Clean air filter
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Check muffler and spark arrester
X
Service or Replace spark plug
As required
Nozzle is clogged
If damaged
Open water source all the way
If problem
Water not turned on full power
6 months / 100 hours
Inspect garden hose for kinksor leaks. Make sure you are using a large
enough garden hose (min. ¾ inch diameter)
Every season / 50 hours
Water supply is restricted
Monthly / 20 hours
SOLUTION
After finishing work or daily
Pump fails to produce
pressure or pressure is
inconsistent
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Before starting work
PROBLEM
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
X
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DIAGRAM
Ignition Switch
Ail Alert Unit
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Spark Plug
Ignition Coil
E
OFF
IG
Oil Sensor
B1
Black
Y
Yellow
ON
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SPECIFICATIONS
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Model Number
PPPW-3100
Rated Pressure
21.3 MPa
Allowable Pressure
23.3 MPa
Rated Flow
568 l/h
Max. Flow
568 l/h
Max. Water Intake Temperature
Max. Inlet Water Pressure
Net Weight
Water Hose Diamter
Kickback Force on Lance
50°C
1 MPa
30kg
33 N
DJ170F
Displacement
208cc
Fuel Tank Capacity
A Weighted Sound Power Level
105 dB(A)
Values determined according to noise test code given in Annex CC of
EN 60335-2-79:2012, using the basic standard EN ISO 3744:2010.
NOTE: Declared single-number noise emission values are the sum of
measured values and the associated uncertainty, and they represent
upper boundaries of the range of values which is likely to occur in
measurements.
4.2kW / 3600 RPM
3.6 L
Oil Type
SAE30
Spark Plug
F7RTC
Delcared Vibration Emission Values of a Single Machine
in accordance with EN ISO 12096:1997
Handle of Trigger Gun
2.584 m/s ²
Middle of Trigger Gun
6.522 m/s²
Values determined according to vibration test code given in Annex
DD of EN 60335-2-79:2012, using the basic standard
ISO 5349-1:2001.
The emissions control system for this pressure washer is compliant with all standard set by the Enviromental Protection Agency.
This product is designed to remove dirt and mold from house siding, decks, garage floors, brick pations and cement walkways. This unit can be
used to clean cars, motorcycles, boats, RV's, outdoor furniture, lawn equipment and grills.
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Model/Type:
PPPW-3100
Manufacturing Date/Serial Number:
2017
Conforms to the following Directives:
☑ 2006/42/EC Machine Directive (MD)
☑ Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2014/30/EU)
☑ Noise Emission Directive by equipment for use outdoors (2000/14/EC+2005/88/EC)
and to the harmonised standard have been complied with:
Min. ø 12.7mm
Engine
Power
Description & Function:
Gasoline Pressure Washer - High Press Cleaner
Declared Single-Number Noise Emission Values
in accordance with EN ISO 4871:1996
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Technical file complied by:
Parker Products Ltd.
Richmond Park
Richmond Road
Louth
LN11 0FU
Being the responsible person appointed by the manufacturer.
Signed:
Date: 01/01/17
Name: Jason Parker
Position: Managing Director
Company: Parker Products Ltd.
EN 60335-1:2012
EN 60335-1:2012/A11
EN 60335-2-79:2012
EN 61000-6-1:2007
EN 55012:2007+A1
Conformity Assessment Procedure: 2000/14/EC amended by 2005/88/EC - Annex VI
Measured Sound Power Level - LwA: 102dB(A)
Guaranteed Sounds Power Level - LwA: 105dB(A)
Manufacturer’s authorised representative within the EC:
Parker Products Ltd.
Richmond Park
Richmond Road
Louth
LN11 0FU
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