Model: - Husky Power Washer, Home Depot Pressure Washer

Model: - Husky Power Washer, Home Depot Pressure Washer
Operator’s Manual
Manual del Usuario
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INSTALACIÓN FÁCIL
FOR EASY INSTALLATION
1
REMOVE THE WATER PLUG
EXTRAIGA EL TAPÓN DEL AGUA
2
CONNECT THE HIGH
PRESSURE HOSE
CONECTE LA MANGUERA
DE ALTA PRESIÓN
3
CONNECT THE GARDEN HOSE
CONECTE LA MANGUERA PARA
JARDÍN
4
4
CONNECT TO WATER SUPPLY
CONECTE CON EL SUMINISTRO DE
AGUA
5
INSERT THE WAND INTO THE SPRAY GUN
INTRODUZCA EL TUBO EN LA PISTOLA ROCIADORA
6
PLUG GFCI INTO POWER RECEPTACLE AND PRESS RESET BUTTON
CONECTE EL GFCI EN EL TOMACORRIENTE Y PRESIONE EL
BOTÓN DE REINICIO
5
7
8
TURN ON WATER SUPPLY
ABRA EL SUMINISTRO DE AGUA
START THE PRESSURE WASHER
ENCIENDA LA MÁQUINA DE LAVAR A PRESIÓN
CAREFULLY READ THE OPERATORS INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
BEFORE STARTING UP THE WASHER FOR THE FIRST TIME.
IMPORTANT
LEA ATENTAMENTE EL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES ANTES
D E PONER EL EQUIPO POR PRIMERA VEZ EN
IMPORTANTE FUNCIONAMIENTO
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INDEX
ÍNDICE
1.0 SAFETY AND OPERATION RULES .. page 8
1.0 NORMAS OPERATIVAS Y DE
SEGURIDAD ................................... pag. 8
2.0 SAFETY FEATURES ......................... page 11
2.0 CARACTERÍSTICAS RELATIVAS
A LA SEGURIDAD .......................... pag. 11
3.0 OPERATING CONNECTIONS ....... page 12
3.0 CONEXIONES OPERATIVAS ......... pag. 12
3.1 MANGUERA DE
ALTA PRESIÓN .......................... pag. 12
3.1 HIGH PRESSURE HOSE .............. page 12
3.2 WATER CONNECTION ............. page 12
3.2 CONEXIÓN DEL AGUA ............ pag. 12
3.3 POWER SUPPLY
CONNECTION ......................... page 12
3.3 EMPALME DE LA
ALIMENTACIÓN ELÉCTRICA ...... pag. 12
4.0 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ......... page 13
4.0 INSTRUCCIONES DE USO ............. pag. 13
4.1 START-UP PROCEDURE .............. page 14
4.1 PROCEDIMIENTO DE
PUESTA EN MARCHA ................ pag. 14
4.2 VARIO SPRAY NOZZLE ............. page 15
4.2 BOQUILLA CHORRO
4.3 USE OF CHEMICAL .................... page 16
4.3 USO DE PRODUCTOS
REGULABLE ................................ pag. 15
QUÍMICOS ................................. pag. 16
4.4 CLEANING TECHNIQUES ......... page 16
4.4 TÉCNICAS DE LIMPIEZA ............ pag. 16
4.5 END OF OPERATION ................ page 17
4.5 FINALIZACIÓN
DE LA OPERACIÓN .................... pag. 17
5.0 MAINTENANCE ............................ page 17
5.0 MANUTENCIÓN ........................... pag. 17
5.1 CONNECTIONS ....................... page 17
5.1 CONEXIONES .......................... pag. 17
5.2 NOZZLE .................................... page 17
5.2 BOQUILLA ................................. pag. 17
5.3 LUBRICATION ........................... page 18
5.3 LUBRICACIÓN ........................... pag. 18
5.4 WATER SCREEN ....................... page 18
5.4 FILTRO DE AGUA ...................... pag. 18
5.5 COOLING SYSTEM ................... page 18
5.5 SISTEMA DE REFRIGERACIÓN .. pag. 18
6.0 SERVICING A DOUBLEINSULATED APPLIANCE .................. page 19
6.0 MANUTENCIÓN DE UN EQUIPO
CON DOBLE AISLAMIENTO ............ pag. 19
7.0 MOVING AND STORAGE
7.0 MANIPULACIÓN Y
INSTRUCTIONS .............................. page 19
ALMACENAMIENTO ...................... pag. 19
8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING ..................... page 20
8.0 LOCALIZACIÓN DE LAS
AVERÍAS ......................................... pag. 21
9.0 TECHNICAL DATA ......................... page 22
9.0 DATOS TÉCNICOS ........................ pag. 22
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1.0 SAFETY AND OPERATION
RULES
1.0 NORMAS OPERATIVAS Y DE
SEGURIDAD
Safety precautions are essential when any mechanical
equipment is involved.
These precautions are necessary when using, storing,
and servicing mechanical equipment. Using this
equipment with the respect and caution demanded will
considerably lessen the possibilities of personal injury.
If safety precautions are overlooked or ignored, personal injury or property damage may occur.
The following symbols shown below are used
extensively throughout this manual.
Always heed these precautions, as they are essential
when using any mechanical equipment.
this warning symbol identifies specific
instructions or procedures which if no
WARNING correctly followed could result in personal injury or death.
this caution symbol identifies specific
instructions or procedures which if no
strictly observed, could result in damage
CAUTION to, or destruction of equipment.
This unit was designed for specific applications. It should
not be modified and/or used for any application other
than that which it was designed. If there are any
questions regarding its application, write or call. Do
not use this unit until your questions have been
answered.
when using this product basic
precautions should always be followed,
WARNING including the following:.
1. Read this manual carefully - know your equipment.
Consider the applications, limitations, and the
potential hazards specific to your unit.
2. This product shall only be connected to a power
supply receptacle protected by a ground-faultcircuit-interrupter.
3. Do not touch plug or outlet with wet hands.
4. Avoid accidental starts. Move switch on unit to
“OFF” position before connecting or disconnecting
cord to electrical outlets.
5. Water spray must never be directed towards any
electric wiring or directly towards the pressure
washer machine itself or fatal electric shock may
occur.
6. Never carry your pressure washer by the cord. Do
not pull on the cord to disconnect from the outlet.
7. To prevent damage, the cord should not be crushed,
placed next to sharp objects nor near a heat source.
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8. Stay alert, watch what you are doing.
9. Follow maintenance instructions specified in this
manual.
10. Check power cords before using. Damaged cords
can reduce performance of pressure washer or
cause a fatal electric shock.
11. Keep operating area clear of all persons.
12. To reduce the risk of injury, close supervision is
necessary when this product is used near children
13. Always use both hands when operating pressure
washer to maintain complete control of the wand.
14. Do not touch nozzle or water spray while operating.
15. Wear safety goggles while operating.
16. Disconnect power plug from the outlet when not in
use and prior to the detaching of the high pressure
hose.
17. Only pressure Washer hoses and nozzles should
be used.
18. Never tie knots or kink the high pressure hose as
damage could result.
19. Prior to starting the pressure washer in cold
weather, be sure ice has not formed in any part of
the equipment.
20. Carefully observe all chemical instructions and
warnings before using.
21. The pressure washer should not be used in areas
where gas vapors may be present. An electric spark
could cause an explosion or fire.
22. To minimize the amount of water getting into the
pressure washer, the unit should be placed as far
as possible from the cleaning site during operation.
23. To prevent accidental discharge, the spray gun
should be secured by locking trigger when not in
use.
24. Do not operate this product when fatigued or under
the influence of alcohol or drugs.
25. To allow free air circulation, the pressure washer
should NOT be covered during operation.
26. Know how to stop the product and bleed pressure
quickly. Be thoroughly familiar with the controls.
27. Do not over reach or stand on unstable support.
Keep good footing and balance at all times.
28. “WARNING - Risk of injection or injury. Do not
direct discharge stream at persons.”
29. See “OPERATING CONNECTIONS” Page
12 for information on Extension Cords.
30. See
“SERVICING
OF
A
DOUBLE
INSULATED PRODUCT”, Section 6.0.
“SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS”
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PARTS DRAWING
DISEÑO PIEZAS
Fig. 1
PARTS LIST (Fig. 1)
LISTA PIEZAS (Fig. 1)
1 Gun and Hose Assembly
2 Variable Nozzle with Lance
3 GFCI
4 Water Inlet Filter Screen
5 Quick Connect Assembly
6 High-Pressure Hose Threaded Nut Coupler
7 Safety Lock
8 Motor and Pump in Case
9 Power Supply Cord
1 0 ON/OFF Switch
1 1 Soap Lance Assembly
1 2 High Pressure Outlet
13 Shipping Plug
1
2
3
WATER CONNECTION
CONEXIÓN DEL AGUA
Fig. 2
ATTENTION:
Proper water connection.
2.0 SAFETY FEATURES
2.0 CARACTERÍSTICAS RELATIVAS
A LA SEGURIDAD
The pressure washer is equipped with a stop device
which will sense when the trigger on the gun is released.
It will open the power circuit to the motor and cause
the pressure washer to stop.
WARNING: the pressure washer is also
equipped with a main power on/off
switch located on the unit. It should always
be moved to the off position when the
WARNING pressure washer is not being used to
prevent possible injury or damage.
MOTOR OVERLOAD
The electric motor in this pressure washer is equipped
with an overload protection device which will
automatically shut off the motor in the event the motor
draws excessive current or overheats.
The device will automatically reset itself and resume
normal operation after a short period of time.
GROUND-FAULT CIRCUIT-INTERRUPTER
PROTECTION (Fig. 3)
This pressure washer is provided with
a ground-fault circuit-interrupter
(GFCI) built into the plug of the power
supply cord.
This device provides additional
protection from the risk of electric
shock. Should replacement of the
plug or cord become necessary, use
only identical replacement parts that
include GFCI protection.
3.0 OPERATING CONNECTIONS
3.1
HIGH PRESSURE HOSE
Attach the high pressure hose by carefully inserting the
fitting with the o-ring into the high pressure outlet and
tightening the threader nut by hand.
3.2
WATER CONNECTION
Before connecting, run water through the garden hose
(not supplied) to flush out any foreign matter. Attach
garden hose to the pressure washer water inlet connection.
3.3
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION
The pressure washer is factory-equipped with an electrical
cord and a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) plug.
This cord should only be connected to an electrical outlet
installed in accordance with local safety regulations.
NOTE: The power supply must be 120V, 60hz and a
minimum 15 amp circuit.
WARNING
WARNING: test GFCI before each
use. DO NOT use pressure washer if
test below fails.
GFCI Test Procedures:
1. Plug GFCI into power receptacle. Indicator should
turn red.
2. Press test button. Red indicator should disappear.
3. Press reset button for use.
Do not use if above test fails
NOTE: the GFCI must be reset each time the pressure
washer is connected to an electrical outlet. Reset by simply
pushing the reset button on the GFCI power plug.
A. Connect only to properly grounded
outlet.
B. Inspect cord before using. Do not use
WARNING if cord is damaged
C. Keep all connections dry and off the ground.
D. Do not touch plug with wet hands.
E. The pressure washer is provided with a groundfault circuit interrupter built into the power plug.
If replacement of the plug or cord is needed, use only
identical replacement parts. Contact Customer Service
for proper replacement parts.
EXTENSION CORDS
Use only extension cords that are intended for outdoor
use. These extension cords are identified by a marking
“Acceptable for use with outdoor appliances: store
indoors while not in use”. Use only extension cords
having an electrical rating not less than the rating of
the product. Do not use damaged extension cords.
Examine extension cord before using and replace if
damaged. Do not abuse extension cord and do not
yank on any cord to disconnect. Keep cord away from
heat and sharp edges. Always disconnect the product
from the extension cord.
When using an extension cord, observe the
specification below:
Cable Length
Wire Gauge
Up to 25 ft.
12 AWG Outdoor
WARNING: to reduce the risk of
electrocution, keep all connections dry and
off the ground. Do not touch plug with wet
WARNING
hands.
A. Inspect cord before using. Do not use if
cord is damaged
B. Keep all connections dry and off the
WARNING ground.
C. Do not touch plug with wet hands.
GROUND-FAULT CIRCUIT-INTERRUPTER
PROTECTION
A. This product shall only be connected to a power
supply receptacle protected by a ground fault
circuit-interrupter.
B. The pressure washer is provided with a groundfault circuit interrupter built into the power plug. If
replacement of the plug or cord is needed, use
only identical replacement parts. Contact Customer
Service for proper replacement parts.
Longitud cable
Hasta 25 pies
4.0 INSTRUCCIONES DE USO
4.0 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
CAUTION: read before operating.
Before the very first starting and after
extended storage of the machine, to
verify the motor turns freely. After this
WARNING operation, follow all directions in Section
3.0 (Operating Connections) and 4.0
(Operating Instructions).
WARNING: risk of Injection or Injury.
Do not direct discharge stream at anyone.
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4.1
4.1
START-UP PROCEDURE
1. Make sure water supply is connected and turned
on.
PROCEDIMIENTO DE PUESTA EN
MARCHA
2. Make sure the unit is plugged in.
3. Release gun safety if locked. (Fig. 4)
4. To allow air to escape from the hose, squeeze
trigger on the gun until there is a steady stream of
water coming from the nozzle.
5. Remove any dirt or foreign matter from the gun
outlet and the male connector of the wand.
6. Insert the wand into the gun’s quick connect
coupling by pushing firmly and twisting wand ¼
of a turn to lock into place. (Fig. 5)
NOTE: make sure wand is locked.
NOTA: asegúrense que el lanzador esté bloqueado.
WARNING: if the wand is not securely
locked into place, it could be ejected under
WARNING high pressure when operating the gun.
Fig. 4
7. Move the power on/off switch on the pressure
washer to the “ON” position.
8. Squeeze the gun trigger and the pressure washer
motor will start.
WARNING: make sure the wand is
pointed in a safe direction when starting
the pressure washer. Do not point at face
WARNING or feet as serious injury could result.
NOTE: Make sure wand is locked. (see the picture in
the next page.)
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Fig. 5
4.2
4.2
VARIO SPRAY NOZZLE
BOQUILLA CHORRO REGULABLE
The adjustable spray nozzle can adjust spray from fan
to pencil point. The spray is adjusted by turning the
nozzle. (Fig. 6)
CAUTION: the pencil point spray
adjustment is very aggressive. We
recommend that for most cleaning
applications, a twenty degree (20°) spray
CAUTION angle be used to avoid damage to the
surface being sprayed.
NOTE: the pressure of the spray on the surface you
are cleaning increases as you move the wand closer to
the surface.
To increase angle to a fan spray, turn counterclockwise
Fig. 6
To decrease angle to pencil point spray, turn clockwise
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4.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
USE OF CLEANING CHEMICALS
Remove wand
Install soap dispenser assembly. (Fig. 7)
Remove bottle and check tube
The soap or wax will automatically be mixed with
the water and discharged through the nozzle.
Fig. 7
4.4
CLEANING TECHNIQUES
When cleaning with the Pressure Washer, may cleaning
tasks can be solved with water alone, but for most tasks
it is advantageous to use a detergent also. A detergent
ensures a quick soaking of the dirt allowing the high
pressure water to penetrate and remove the dirt more
effectively.
The low pressure provides a gentle application of soap
and/or wax. Low pressure is also recommended to rinse
a surface after wax application or for other applications
which require the low pressure of a garden hose. Low
pressure is the equivalent of a garden hose set at the
lowest output to properly apply soap and wax. FOR
SOAP/WAX APPLICATION, ATTACH SOAP
DISPENSER ASSEMBLY.
APPLICATION OF SOAP DEGREASER
1. Apply the Pressure Washer Soap solution to a
DRY work surface. NOTE: WETTING THE
SURFACE FIRST IS NOT RECOMMENDED, AS IT
DILUTES THE DETERGENT AND REDUCES ITS
CLEANING ABILITY. On a vertical surface, apply
soap horizontally from side to side starting from
the bottom to avoid streaking.
CAUTION: avoid working on hot
surfaces or in direct sunlight to minimize
WARNING the chance of the soap damaging painted
surfaces.
2. Allow the soap to remain on the surface for a short
time before rinsing.
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CAUTION: damage may occur to painted surface if
soap is allowed to dry on the surface. Wash and rinse
a small section at a time.
3. Rinse with clean water under high pressure. On a
vertical surface, first rinse from the bottom up, then
rinse from the top down. Hold nozzle 6 to 8 inches
from the work surface at a 45° angle using the turbo spray as a peeling tool rather than a scrub brush.
APPLICATION OF LIQUID VEHICLE WAX
1. Immediately after cleaning, apply liquid vehicle
wax using the soap dispenser assembly.
2. Apply the wax sparingly in an even layer. Apply
to wet surfaces from the bottom up for even
distribution and to avoid streaking.
3. Remove the suction tube from the wax bottle and
rinse off the surplus wax from your vehicle under
low pressure. NOTE – IF SURPLUS WAX IS NOT
REMOVED, A HAZY FINISH MAY RESULT.
4. Wipe dry to reduce water spotting.
4.5
END OF OPERATION
When you have completed use of the soap/wax
application, remove bottle and flush clean water through
the tube until it is thoroughly cleaned.
NOTE: Failure to clean properly will cause the injection
system to become clogged and inoperable.
l Stop the machine by pressing the on/off button
l Disconnect electrical plug
l Turn off water and depressurize unit by squeezing
trigger
WARNING: turn off water supply and
squeeze trigger to depressurize the unit.
Failure to do so could result in personal injury
WARNING due to discharge of high pressure water.
l
Disconnect the high pressure discharge hose and
the water inlet hose.
5.0
5.0 MAINTENANCE
5.1
CONNECTIONS
Connections on Pressure Washer hoses, gun and spray
wand should be cleaned regularly and lubricated with
grease to prevent leakage and damage to the o-rings.
5.2
NOZZLE
The vario spray nozzle should be lubricated regularly.
Clogging of the nozzle causes the pump pressure to be
too high and cleaning is immediately required.(see the
picture in the next page.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
MANUTENCIÓN
Separate the nozzle from the wand. (Fig. 8)
Clear the nozzle.
Flush the nozzle backwards with water
Reconnect the nozzle to the wand
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NOTE: complitely screw the nozzles on the wand up
to the complete lock. (see picture Fig. 8)
Restart the pressure washer and depress the trigger
on the spray gun. If the nozzle is still plugged, repeat
above items 1 through 4.
Fig. 8
5.3
LUBRICATION
The pressure washer is designed with a permanent
lubrication system. Conventional oil check and oil
changes are not necessary.
NOTE: IN CASE OF OIL LEAKAGE, CONTACT THE
FAIP NORTH AMERICA CUSTOMER SERVICE
DEPARTMENT CONCERNING REPAIR. A SMALL
AMOUNT OF OIL LEAKAGE IS NORMAL.
5.4
WATER SCREEN
The pressure washer is equipped with a water inlet
screen to protect the pump.
CAUTION: if the screen is not kept clean,
the flow of water to the pressure washer
will be restricted and the pump may be
CAUTION
damaged.
l To clean inner conical water screen, remove quick
connect and remove the plastic screen from the
pump inlet.
l Backflush screen to clean
l Replace screen and quick connect immediately to
prevent any foreign matter from entering the pump.
CAUTION: do not damage the screen
while removing or cleaning. Any foreign
particles entering the pump may damage
CAUTION the pump.
5.5
COOLING SYSTEM
The air vents, located in and around the pressure
washer, must be kept clean and free of any
obstructions to ensure proper air cooling of the motor
during operation.
WARNING: prevent water from
penetrating the vents of the pressure
washer to minimize the risk of damage to
CAUTION the machine and to reduce the risk of shock
to the operator.
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6.0 SERVICING A DOUBLEINSULATED APPLIANCE
6.0 MANUTENCIÓN DE UN EQUIPO
CON DOBLE AISLAMIENTO
In a double-insulated product, two systems
of insulation are provided instead of
grounding. No grounding means is
provided on a double-insulated product,
nor should a means for grounding be added to the
pressure washer. Servicing a double-insulated product
requires extreme care and knowledge of the system,
and should be done only by qualified service personnel.
Replacement parts for a double-insulated product must
be identical to the parts they replace. A double-insulated
product is marked with the words “DOUBLEINSULATION” or “DOUBLE-INSULATED”. The
following symbol may also be marked on the product.
7.0 MOVING AND STORAGE
INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: always store your pressure
washer in a location where the temperature
will not fall below 32°F. The pump in this
machine is susceptible to permanent damage
CAUTION if frozen. FREEZE DAMAGE IS NOT
COVERED BY THE WARRANTY.
If you must store your pressure washer in a location
where the temperature is below 32°F, you can minimize
the chance of damage to your machine by utilizing the
following procedure:
1. Stop the pressure washer and detach supply hose
and high pressure hose.
Squeeze the trigger of the discharge gun to drain
all water from the wand and hose.
2. Restart the pressure washer and let it run briefly
(about 5 seconds) until water no longer discharges
from the high pressure outlet.
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8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
M o to r wil l no t star t o r sto ps whil e Loose or disconnected plug
operating
CORRECT ION
Reconnect plug
Tr i p p e d p r e s s ur e wa s he r t he r ma l Allow to cool and restart unit
switch
P o we r B l a st t r ig g e r no t o p e r a t ing Call customer Service Department
pr o pe r l y
Circuit breaker trips or fuse blown in Circuit Overload
fuse box
C he c k t ha t t he c i r c u i t i s r a t e d 1 5
a mp s o r g r e a t e r . D i s c o nne c t a l l
loads on the circuit
Extension cord too long or wire size Use proper extension cord as
too small
recommended in Operator's
Manual
Nozzle partially blocked
Clean nozzle as instructed in Section
5.2
Excessive pressure
Clean nozzle as instructed in Section
5.2
Water or oil leaking from bottom of A small amount of leakage is normal If excessive leaking occurs call
pump
Customer Service Department
Trigger will not move
Gun safety lock engaged
Release safety lock
U ni t wi l l no t s t o p whe n t r i g g e r i s P o w e r B l a s t T r i g g e r s y s t e m n o t Call customer Service Department
released
operating properly
M o to r r unning but pump no t
Faucet closed
buil ding maximum pr essur e o r has
ir r egul ar pr essur e
Open faucet
U n i t h a s b e e n s t o r e d i n f r e e z i n g Thaw o ut unit co mpl etel y incl uding
temperatures
hose, gun and wand
Water inlet screen clogged
Clean screen. See section 5.4
Kink in garden hose
Straighten hose
Wand nozzle worm out
Replace spray wand
Air in pump
L e t p r e s s u r e wa s h e r r u n wi t h g u n
o p e n a nd wa nd r e mo ve d unt i l
steady stream of water is released
Suction or discharge valves clogged Call Customer Service Department
or worn out
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8.0 LOCALIZACIÓN DE LAS AVERÍAS
PROBLEMAS
CAUSAS PROBABLES
Grifo cerrado
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9.0 TECHNICAL DATA
Pump pressure
9.0 DATOS TÉCNICOS
1400 psi Man.
*Operation pressure
120v, 15 amps, 60 hz
120V, 15 Amp., 60 Hz
35 ft.
Cable eléctrico
35 pies
High Pressure hose
19 ft.
19 pies
Flow rate
1.5 gpm
1.5 gpm
Minimum
amperage source
15 amp
15 Amp.
Pressure of inlet
water
20 to 100 psi
de 20 a 100 psi
Inlet water
cold tap water
Nozzle spray
angle high pressure
0-60°
See injection rate
2% to 4%
0-60°
* Water flow and maximum pressure ratings determined
in accordance with PWMA. Standard PW101.
Please Call Us First.
If there are missing or damaged parts,
DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO
THE STORE.
Si faltan piezas o hay piezas dañadas,
NO MANDEN SU EQUIPO AL
ALMACÉN
Our Customer Service Department
is available to help with any problems
and operational questions.
Our toll free number
1-888-550-1606
Nuestro numero gratuito interurbano es
1-888-550-1606
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Limited Warranty
This product is warranted by us to the original retail
consumer against defects in material and workmanship
for a period of one year on the machine, 90 days on
the gun+hose as well as 90 days on the ground-fault
circuit interrupter (GFCI); effective from the date of
retail purchase and is not trasferable. This warranty
applies only to products used in consumer applications.
This warranty does not apply to commercial or rental
applications.
Please complete and return the enclosed Customer
Information Card so that we can reach you in the
unlikely event a safety recall is needed. Register by
Internet at www.hdpowerwasher.com. Return of this
card is not required to validate this warranty.
WHAT IS COVERED: Replacement parts and labor.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This warranty does
not include such parts as nozzles which must be replace
as part of normal maintenance of the equipment, rather
than as the result of a defect. Transportation charges
to warranty center for defective products. Transportation
charges to consumer for repaired products. Damages
caused by abuse, accident, improper repair, or failure
to perform normal maintenance. Use of improper
chemicals or noncompliance with the operators manuals
instructions. Sales outside of the United States or Canada. Any other expense including consequential
damages, incidental damages, or incidental expenses,
including damage to property. Some states do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply to you. This warranty does not cover damage
resulting from failure to observe any of the following
conditions:
1) The inlet water pressure must be between 20 and
100 p.s.i.
2) The inlet water temperature must not exceed 90°
degree F.
3) The unit should not be stored in areas where
temperatures may drop below 32 degrees F.
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IMPLIED WARRANTIES: Any implied warranties,
including the implied Warranties of Merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in
duration to one year on the machine, 90 days on the
gun+hose as well as 90 days on the ground-fault circuit
interrupter (GFCI); effective from the date of retail
purchase. Some states do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, therefore, the
above limitation may not apply to you.
HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY PERFORMANCE: Attach to the product your name, address,
description of the problem, phone number and proof
of date of retail purchase (Sales slip).
Call our Customer Service Department at 1-888-5501606 for a return authorization number, or unit will be
refused. Package and return the product (transportation
charges prepaid) to:
POWERWASHER
Attn.: Warranty Service Dept.
560 S. Vermont St.
Palatine, IL. 60067
POWERWASHER
Attn.: Warranty Service Dept.
560 S. Vermont St.
Palatine, IL. 60067
To the extent any provision of this warranty is prohibited
by federal, state or municipal law, and cannot be
preempted. It shall not be applicable. This warranty
gives you specific rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
2455 PACES FERRY RD. N. W
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30339-4024
1-888-550-1606
2455 PACES FERRY RD. N. W
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30339-4024
1-888-550-1606
Internet Address:
www.hdpowerwasher.com
Warranty Registration via Internet
Sitio Internet:
www.hdpowerwasher.com
Registro de garantía mediante Internet
d. e. 02/2004 - cod. PLDC90761 (REV. 1)
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