Pulsar PGPW3100H-AT 3100 PSI Gas Pressure Washer Owner's Manual

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Gasoline Pressure Washer

OPERATOR’S MANUAL

Model: PGPW3100H-AT

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction ..............................................................................................................................................................................3

Safety Rules .............................................................................................................................................................................4

Safety Symbols .............................................................................................................................................................4

Safety Instructions .......................................................................................................................................................4

Pressure Washer Features .....................................................................................................................................................7

Pressure Washer Parts Assembly..........................................................................................................................................7

Pressure Washer Parts List ....................................................................................................................................................7

Assembly ...............................................................................................................................................................................10

Packing List ................................................................................................................................................................10

Unpacking ...................................................................................................................................................................10

Attaching Foot Assembly............................................................................................................................................11

Install Handle..............................................................................................................................................................11

Attaching Upper and Lower Gun Hooks .....................................................................................................................11

Attaching Accessory Hook ..........................................................................................................................................11

Attaching Spray Gun...................................................................................................................................................12

Adding Engine Oil and Fuel .........................................................................................................................................13

Operation ................................................................................................................................................................................15

How to Start Pressure Washer ...................................................................................................................................15

How to Turn Off Pressure Washer ..........................................................................................................................16

How to Use Spray Gun ...............................................................................................................................................16

Using Spray Nozzle ....................................................................................................................................................17

How to Apply Detergent ...........................................................................................................................................17

Maintenance ..........................................................................................................................................................................18

Pre Operation Steps ...................................................................................................................................................18

After Each Use ...........................................................................................................................................................18

Maintenance Schedule ...............................................................................................................................................18

Changing Oil ..............................................................................................................................................................19

Engine Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................19

How to Store .............................................................................................................................................................20

Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................................................................21

Warranty .................................................................................................................................................................................22

SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

This manual contains important information regarding safety, operation, and maintenance.

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing this superior quality pressure washer from Pulsar. When operating and maintaining this product as instructed in this manual, your pressure washer will give you many years of reliable service.

Product Specifications:

This pressure washer operates at 3100PSI with a flow rate of 2.5 gallons per minute. This high end residential use system features a 208cc Ducar engine, no flat foam filled tires, 30’ high pressure hose, and 5 quick-connect nozzles.

The emissions control system for this pressure washer is compliant with all standards set by the Environmental Protection

Agency.

Product Applications:

This pressure washer is designed to remove dirt and mold from house siding, decks, garage floors, brick patios, and cement walkways.

• This unit can be used to clean cars, motorcycles, boats, RV’s outdoor furniture, lawn equipment, and grills.

How to contact us:

You can contact us by internet at [email protected] or write to us at:

PULSAR PRODUCTS INC

2051 S. Lynx Place

Ontario, CA 91761

Record the following information bellow for service or warranty assistance.

Date of Purchase:

Model Number:

Serial Number:

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SAFETY RULES

Safety Symbols

WARNING!

CAUTION!

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in serious injury or death if not avoided.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in damage to equipment or property.

Slippery surface Risk of explosion

Risk of electric shock Hot surface Eye protection

Safety Instructions

The manufacturer cannot anticipate every possible hazardous circumstance that the user may encounter. Therefore, the

Warning!s in this manual, on tags, and on affixed decals are not all-inclusive. To avoid accidents, the user must understand and follow all manual instructions and use common sense.

WARNING!

Read and understand this manual in its entirety before operating this pressure washer.

Improper use of this pressure washer could result in serious injury or death.

WARNING!

Never spray near a power source such as an electrical outlet. Making contact with a power source could cause an electric shock or burn.

WARNING!

Do not operate indoors or in a confined space preventing dangerous carbon monoxide gas from dissipating.

• Carbon monoxide gas is a poisonous, odorless 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 are open.

• When working in areas where vapors could be inhaled, use a respirator mask according to all of its instructions.

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SAFETY RULES

WARNING!

To reduce the risk of injection, injury or possible amputation, never direct water pressure towards people or pets.

• 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 unit 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 pressurized.

• Always release water pressure from unit every time you stop the engine.

WARNING!

Moving parts can catch on clothing, jewelry, and hair.

• Do not wear loose clothing or gloves.

• Remove jewelry or anything else that could be caught in moving parts.

• Tie back or wear protective head covering to contain long hair.

WARNING!

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 recoil from spray gun could cause you to fall.

• Use both hands to control spray gun to control recoil.

• Do not over-extend yourself in attempt to reach a little further.

WARNING!

• death.

• on the unit before starting the engine.

• Never smoke while operating or fueling this unit.

• 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 fuel 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.

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SAFETY RULES

WARNING!

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.

WARNING!

Pull cord recoils rapidly and pulls arm towards engine faster than you can let go which could result in injury.

• Always relieve pressure from spray gun before pulling starter cord, including every failed attempt to start engine.

• To avoid recoil, pull starter cord slowly until resistance is felt, then pull rapidly.

WARNING!

Never operate this unit if there are any broken or missing parts and only use Pulsar replacement parts specifically designed for this unit.

• Improper treatment of pressure washer can damage the unit and shorten it’s life.

• service center.

• Never modify this unit in any way or modify governed speed.

WARNING!

Avoid contacting hot areas of this unit.

• Allow hot components to cool before touching.

WARNING!

Only use this unit as it is intended or serious injury or death could result.

• Do not bypass any safety device. Moving parts are covered with guards. Make sure all protective covers are in place.

• Inspect hoses and connections making sure they are secure before starting engine.

• Use only recommended accessories to avoid damage to this unit.

• Never transport or make adjustments to this unit while it is running.

WARNING!

Use indirect vented safety goggles designed for wet conditions to protect eyes from injury.

• Spray from this unit has extreme pressure and can ricochet back splashing water or propelling objects towards eyes.

• Never substitute eye protection with dry condition goggles.

WARNING!

Only use detergents or soaps that are safe to be used with pressure washers. Chemicals which are caustic, such as acids or bleach, can result in serious injury, property damage, damage to pressure washer, or death.

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A

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C

D

E

PRESSURE WASHER FEATURES

A - 30’ High Pressure Hose

B - Fuel Tank and cap

C - Choke

D - Fuel Valve Lever

E - Soap Tank

F - Handle

G - Spray Gun

H - Locking Trigger

I - Pull Cord

J - Engine On/Off Switch

K - Oil Fill and Dipstick

L - No Flat Foam Filled Tires

M - High Pressure Hose Outlet

N - Water Inlet

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PRESSURE WASHER PARTS ASSEMBLY

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PRESSURE WASHER PARTS LIST

ITEM NAME

208CC Engine

Bolt M6 x 40mm

Cap, Soap Tank

Soap Tank

Lower "A" Frame assembly

M8 Self-Lock Nut

Rubber Feet

Round Head Bolt M6 x45mm

Gun Hook

M6 Self-Lock Nut

Nut M8

Engine Mount, Vibration Isolator

Axle

Wheels

Hair Pin

Tubing Clip

Bolt M6 x 16mm

Handle Pivot Lock

Gun Hook

Plastic Pivot

Nozzle Holder

Handle

Foam Grip

Bungee Cord Knob

Bungee Cord

Panel

Accessory Hook

Siphone Tube

Himore Water Pump

Bolt M8 x 20mm

Shaft Key

Wand

Spray Gun

Nozzle Cleaner

Container of 10W30 Engine Oil

High Pressure Hose

Red Nozzle 0°

Yellow Nozzle 15°

Green Nozzle 25°

White Nozzle 40°

Black Soap Nozzle

Turbo Nozzle

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ASSEMBLY

Packing List

• Pressure washer

• Quick start guide

• Operator’s manual and product registration card

• Engine manual

• Spray gun

Extension wand with quick-connect fitting

• High pressure hose

• Spray nozzles (5) - 0°, 15°, 25°, 40° and soap nozzle

• Spray gun hook (upper)

• Spray gun hook (lower)

• Accessory hook

• Foot (1)

• 4-Cycle engine oil (SAE10W30)

• Nozzle cleaner

• Turbo nozzle

WARNING!

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

WARNING!

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.

Unpacking

1. Remove the high pressure hose from box.

2. After the high pressure hose has been removed, carefully open product by cutting down the sides of the box.

3. Remove the product, parts, and all accessories. Make sure all items listed on the packing list are included and not damaged.

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ASSEMBLY

Attaching Foot Assembly (See fig 1)

• Parts needed - 1 foot, 1 M8 lock nuts.

• 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. Wrench tighten until there is a slight crush on the frame tube. (Do not over tighten)

Install Handle (See fig 2)

• Install 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 detent pins snap in place.

FIG 1 FIG 2

Attaching Upper and Lower Gun Hooks (See fig 3)

• Attach the upper gun hook, install two plastic rivets, until the plastic rivets are snug, you may need to tap with a mallet or small hammer to seat the lock pin.

• Attach the lower gun hook, install the M6 screw & lock nut, wrench tighten until the nut is snug, do not over tighten.

Attaching Accessory Hook (See fig 4)

• Attach the accessory hook.

• Install two plastic rivets, until the plastic rivet is snug.

• You may need to tap with a mallet or small hammer to seat the lock pin.

1

2

FIG 3 FIG 4

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ASSEMBLY

Attaching the Spray Gun (See fig 5 & 6)

• Screw the spray wand and the trigger handle together until they are secure.

nut on by turning clockwise until it is hand tight.

FIG 5 FIG 6

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ASSEMBLY

Adding / Checking Engine Oil (See fig 7)

• Place pressure washer on a level surface.

• Carefully add between 520 ml (17.6 oz) of 4-Cycle engine oil (SAE10W30) to empty reservoir until oil reaches

• Be sure to replace both dipsticks before attempting to start the engine.

• To check oil, set pressure washer on a level surface, wipe dipstick clean, then reinsert dipstick without re-threading.

10W

30 O

IL

FIG 7

Adding Fuel (See fig 8)

• Set pressure washer on a clean and level surface in an area that is well ventilated.

• Remove fuel cap.

• Insert a funnel into the fuel tank and carefully pour gasoline into the tank until fuel level reaches 1 1/2 inches below the top of the neck.

CAUTION!

CAUTION!

Un

G as lea de e d

FIG 8

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ASSEMBLY

Connecting Garden Hose to Pressure Washer (See fig 9)

• Inspect inlet screen and remove any debris.

• Connect hose to water inlet and tighten by hand. There must be a minimum of 10 feet of unrestricted hose between pressure washer and faucet or shut off valve.

• Turn on water.

• Purge the system’s pump of air by releasing the safety and squeezing the trigger of the spray gun.

CAUTION!

Do not run pump without connecting to the water supply and turning water on. Failure to do so could damage the pressure washer. Failure to follow these instructions will void product warranty.

FIG 9

Connect High Pressure Hose to Pump (See Fig 10)

• Attach end of high pressure hose to the high pressure outlet on pump.

• Follow the same procedure with opposite end to attach high pressure hose to spray wand.

FIG 10

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OPERATION

Pre-Operation Check List

• Read and understand this operator manual in its entirety before operating pressure washer.

• Check oil level and add oil to the proper level if low.

• Check fuel level and add fuel if needed.

• Check connections of handle and all hoses to make sure they are secure.

• Check all hoses for kinks and damage.

Check flow of water supply and make sure it is adequate (40 - 80PSI).

WARNING!

from dissipating.

• Carbon monoxide gas is a poisonous, odorless 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.

• When working in areas where vapors could be inhaled, use a respirator mask according to all of its instructions.

CAUTION!

Do not run pressure washer with a damaged hose. Do not run pressure washer without result. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL VOID PRODUCT WARRANTY.

Starting Pressure Washer (See Fig 11-12)

• Place pressure washer on a level surface.

• Turn on water.

• Purge the system’s pump of air by releasing the safety and squeezing the trigger of the spray gun.

• Attach wand/lance to spray gun.

• Turn fuel valve to the ON position.

• Slide the choke lever to the “Choke” position.

• Turn the engine OFF/ON switch to the “ON” position.

• Holding the machine with your hand, pull the recoil handle (starter cord) slowly until resistance is felt, then pull rapidly.

Squeeze the Gun trigger and release the pressure after every failed attempt to start the pressure washer (This will reduce the back pressure).

• Let engine run for several seconds and then gradually slide the choke lever to the RUN position as the engine warms up until the choke is fully slid to the RUN position.

CHOCK

RUN

CHOCK

RUN

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

FIG 11 FIG 12

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OPERATION

WARNING!

Pull cord recoils rapidly and pulls arm towards engine faster than you can let go which could result in injury.

• Always relieve pressure from spray gun before pulling starter cord, including every failed attempt to start engine.

• To avoid recoil, pull starter cord slowly until resistance is felt, then pull rapidly.

Stopping Pressure Washer (See Fig 13)

• Turn the on/stop switch to the OFF position.

• Turn the fuel valve to the OFF position.

• Turn off water and squeeze the trigger handle to release all water pressure.

OFF

ON

FIG 13

Using the Spray Gun (See Fig 14 - 15)

• Flip the lock tab behind the trigger up or down until it clicks to apply or remove the safety. Pull back on the trigger to begin operating pressure washer.

SLOT

LOCK OUT

FIG 14

TRIGGER

FIG 15

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OPERATION

Using Spray Nozzle (See fig 16)

• To connect or disconnect spray tip, pull back on the quick-connect collar. Insert or remove spray tip then release collar.

• When spray tip is connected, pull on the spray tip to make sure it is secured.

• For general cleaning use the 40° spray tip. This option is for cement walkways.

• 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.

Applying Detergent

• Rinse surface with cool water before applying cleaner.

• Prepare detergent as required by job. For best results follow detergent directions as supplied from manufacturer.

• Remove cap from detergent container and fill.

• Spray detergent on surface. For best results use long, even, and overlapping strokes. Allow detergent to set for about

3 minutes before rinsing, but do not allow detergent to dry on surface or it may cause streaking or cause damage to the surface. Use good judgment.

a bucket of clean water to remove detergent.

WARNING!

Only use detergents or soaps that are safe to be used with pressure washers. Chemicals which are caustic, such as acids or bleach, can result in serious injury, property damage, or death.

Rinsing with the Pressure Washer

Test a small area first to avoid surface damage.

• Rinse from top to bottom using long, overlapping strokes.

Moving the Pressure Washer

• Turn the pressure washer off.

• Tilt unit towards you until it is balanced on its wheels.

• Roll machine to desired location.

SPRAY

WAND

NOZZLE

“CLICK”

FIG 16

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MAINTENANCE

Regular maintenance will extend the life of this 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, operator must maintain the pressure washer as instructed in this manual, including proper storage.

WARNING!

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:

• Check the level of the engine oil and the fuel tank level

• Remove any debris that has collected on the pressure washer.

• Check water inlet screen for damage. Clean inlet screen if it is clogged.

• Check high pressure hose for damage.

Briefly run garden hose to flush out any debris or insects.

• Inspect the work area for hazards.

Remove Debris

• 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:

• Shut off engine and turn off water supply. Release water pressure by pointing spray gun in a safe direction and squeezing the trigger.

• 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.

• Empty the water from the pump by pulling the recoil starter 6 times.

• Store unit in a clean and dry area.

• Use of a pressure washer pump conditioner is recommended, follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the pump conditioner.

Maintenance Schedule

After First 5 Hours

After Each Use

Change Engine Oil

Check and Clean Water Inlet screen

Check High Pressure Hose

Check and Clean Detergent Siphoning Tube

Check Spray Gun for Leaks

Clean Debris

Check Engine Oil Level before starting

Annually (20 hr Use) Change Engine Oil (Service more often under dirty or dusty conditions)

Annually (50 hr Use) Check and Clean Air Filter

Annually (100 hr Use) Service or Replace Spark Plug

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MAINTENANCE

Changing Engine Oil

Engine oil will drain better if the engine is still warm, but not hot.

• Shut off engine.

Clean the area around the oil fill cap/dipstick to keep out debris then remove oil fill cap/dipstick.

• 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.

Once oil is completely drained, return the pressure washer to a level position and install the oil drain plug. Refill the engine with new oil as instructed earlier in this manual under Adding/Checking Oil.

Oil Drain Plug

Checking Detergent Siphoning Tube

• Check the detergent siphoning tube for clogs, leaks, or tears.

• Replace siphoning tubes if damaged.

WARNING!

Never repair high pressure hose or use unit if hose is damaged. If hose is damaged replace with identical Ford Power Equipment part.

High Pressure Hose

• Inspect hose for cuts, bulges, or leaks which can develop from kinking or wear. If damage is found, immediately replace hose.

• Inspect couplings for damage. Immediately replace hose if damage is found.

Spray Gun

• Make sure the spray gun is connected securely.

• Inspect the spray gun safety and make sure the spray gun trigger springs back upon release.

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.

• To clean the nozzle, shut off the engine and turn off the water.

• Remove the nozzle from the spray wand making sure that the nozzle is pointing away from you and in a safe direction.

• Use the nozzle cleaner or a small paper clip to dislodge any foreign materials which are clogging or restricting the spray tip.

• Reconnect the nozzle to the spray wand.

• Turn the water supply back on and start engine.

Nozzle Cleaner

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MAINTENANCE

Checking Spark Plug

• Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug.

• Before removing the spark plug, clean the area around its base to prevent debris from entering the engine.

• Clean carbon deposits off the electrode with a wire brush.

• Check the electrode gap and slowly adjust to 0.80mm (0.031in.) if necessary.

• Reinstall spark plug and tighten to Torque 22.0 – 26.9 Nm (16-20 ft-lb).

• Reconnect spark plug wire.

• If spark plug is worn replace only with an equivalent replacement part. Spark plug should be replaced annually.

WARNING!

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.

Repairing Leaking Connections

• Purchase O-Ring / Maintenance kits through the nearest authorized service center and follow instructions provided with kit.

Air Filter

.

WARNING!

.

Storing Pressure Washer

If storing pressure washer for 30 days or more follow the procedures below:

• Add fuel stabilizer to gasoline to keep gasoline from going stale and to prevent gum deposits from forming on the carburetor. Run engine for a couple of minutes to circulate the fuel stabilizer.

• Add PumpSaver to protect pump from freezing or damage caused by mineral deposits.

• Disconnect the spark plug wire and clean the spark plug. Leave spark plug wire disconnected.

• Cover unit with a suitable protective cover to keep unit dry.

• Store unit in a frost-free area.

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PROBLEM

Engine does not start

Engine hard to start

Engine lacks power and vibrates excessively

Engine quits during operation

Engine loses power when load is added

Water pressure is weak

Detergent and spray do not mix

Pump fails to produce pressure or pressure is inconsistent

TROUBLESHOOTING

CAUSE

1. Out of fuel

2. Engine oil low

3. Spark plug wire disconnected from spark plug

4. Bad spark plug

5. Spark plug wire has shorted

6. Ignition inoperative

1. Stale fuel or water in fuel

2. Spark plug producing weak spark

3. Excessively rich fuel mixture

SOLUTION

1. Fill fuel tank

2. Add engine oil

3. Connect spark plug wire

4. Replace spark plug

5. Contact service center

6. Contact service center

1. gasoline.

2. Contact service center

3. Contact service center

1. 1.

1. Out of fuel

1. Engine speed is too slow

1. Fill fuel tank

1. Move throttle to fast. If this does not correct problem, contact service center.

1. Water supply is restricted.

2. Water not turned on to full power

3. Not using high pressure nozzle

1. Detergent hose is not submerged or has disconnected

2. Black soap nozzle needed

1. Water supply is restricted

2. Water not turned on full power

3. Nozzle is clogged

4. Spray gun leaks

5. Air in line

6. Inlet hose screen is clogged

7. Water supply is over 100°F

8. Pump is faulty

1. Inspect garden hose for kinks or leaks. Make sure you are using a large enough garden hose

(min. ¾ inch diameter)

2. Open water source all the way.

3. Change nozzle

1. Make sure hose is connected and submerged in the detergent.

2. Install soap nozzle

1. Inspect garden hose for kinks or leaks. Make sure you are using a large enough garden hose (Min.

¾ inch diameter)

2. Open water source all the way.

3. Clean nozzle

4. Check spray gun connection or replace spray gun

5. Squeeze trigger handle to remove air

6. Clean inlet

7. Use cool water supply

8. Contact service center

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WARRANTY

Pulsar Limited 2 Year Warranty:

From the date of original purchase, Pulsar warrants to the original purchaser, that each pressure washer sold, shall be free from defect in material and workmanship, for the items and time period set forth below. Pulsar, at its discretion, agrees to repair or replace any defective part that upon examination, inspection, and testing by a Pulsar authorized service dealer, is found to be detective within the original warranty period. Pulsar will also decide upon the use of new or rebuilt parts or comparable product. Any part or product that is replaced will be retained by Pulsar. This warranty period shall not be extended and any repaired product shall be warranted for the remaining period of the original warranty. The consumer is responsible, and shall prepay all transportation costs, including returning items to the factory or warehouse. This warranty is not transferable and proof of purchase must be presented for requesting warranty service. If a proof-of-purchase receipt is not provided, the product’s shipping date by the manufacture will be used to determine the warranty period.

Length of Warranty:

Personal use applications of this pressure washer are warranted for two (2) years. Proof of purchase and of maintenance must be provided.

• Year 1 - Limited comprehensive coverage on all pressure washer components and labor.

• Year 2 - Limited coverage on pressure washer engine and frame, parts only.

“Personal use” means personal residential household use or recreational use by the retail consumer. “Commercial use” means all other uses including commercial, construction, or other income producing purposes. Once a pressure washer has been used for commercial purposes, it shall thereafter be considered as a “commercial use” pressure washer for the purposes of this warranty. Any pressure washer used for commercial use or as rental equipment will not be covered under this warranty.

Consumer Responsibilities:

• Consumer is responsible for carefully reading and following all instructions in the owner’s manual. Any product that is damaged due to misuse or abuse will not be covered by this warranty.

• Consumer is responsible for all transportation costs to an authorized Pulsar Service Center. Unless otherwise requested, ground shipping will be applied for part shipment and customer will pay any additional charges for expedited shipments.

• Consumer is responsible for labor costs associated with warranted repairs twelve (12) months after the purchase date.

Labor rates will only be based on normal working hours.

• Consumer is responsible for maintaining pressure washer as in the owner’s manual. Documentation of this maintenance may be required to cover warranty requests.

• Consumer is responsible for presenting any problems with the pressure washer to an authorized Pulsar Service Center as soon as the problem exists. Warranted repairs will be completed in a reasonable period of time, not to exceed 30 days.

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WARRANTY

What this Warranty Does Not Cover:

• Normal wear: This warranty excludes normal wear items such as hoses, connector fittings, spray nozzles, wheels, spray wands, soap tanks or buckets, filters, spark plugs, or gaskets unless under normal use, the original equipment is defective in material or workmanship and needs to be replaced prior to the first replacement interval.

• Maintenance: This warranty does not apply to tune-ups or routine maintenance and does not cover any adjustments or repairs not performed by an authorized repair facility.

• Misuse: This warranty does not apply if your product has failed due to abuse, misuse, neglect, using incorrect fuels or lubricants, contaminated water supply, use of chemicals or detergents not approved or recommended by Pulsar improper maintenance, improper storage, unapproved modifications, or has been operated in any way contrary to the instructions found in the products owner’s manual.

• Adverse conditions: This warranty does not apply if your product has failed due to freezing, accident, or natural disasters.

Product Shipment: This warranty does not apply to damage resulting from shipping, handling, or warehousing: Any damage claims to this product caused by shipment must be filed with freighter.

• Other exclusions: This warranty does not apply if your product has been sold “as is” or where the factory applied serial number has been removed. Refurbished used, demonstration or floor models are not covered by this warranty.

Where Warranty is Valid:

For warranty coverage, this product must be purchased from an authorized Pulsar dealer and the warranty only extends to the original purchaser in the United States, Canada, or Mexico. Refurbi shed used, demonstration, or floor models are not covered by this warranty. Products purchased from on-line auction websites, such as ebay, are not covered under this warranty. Products used for commercial use are not covered under this warranty.

How to Obtain Warranty Service:

Take the original receipt and product to the place of purchase or mail the original receipt and product to the address found on the web site if purchased on-line. You can also locate your nearest Pulsar dealer for service or warranty questions by calling toll free at 1-866-591-8921. Pulsar recommends you retain all of your receipts covering the purchase and maintenance of your pressure washer, but will not deny you warranty coverage as long as proof of purchase or service can be obtained.

Pulsar’S OBLIGATION UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVELY LIMITED TO PRODUCT REPAIR OR

REPLACEMENT AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING

BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE EXPENSE OF DELIVERING PRODUCT TO AND FROM REPAIR CENTER, LOSS OR

DAMAGE TO PERSONAL PROPERTY, LOSS OF REVENUE, TELEPHONE CHARGES, LOSS OF TIME, OR

INCONVENIENCE. SOME STATES, PROVINCES, OR JURISDICTIONS DO NO ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR

LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY

GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO

STATE OR PROVINCE TO PROVINCE.

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