Peter S.: Your title your video should have been, " How to bleed air from your
Pressure Washer "....Have to go to other video on how to start a pressure
Lee Marshall: Short and simple...great!
Velma Agustin: so how to you start the pressure washer? i mean turn on the gas, and pull
that string stuff?
Cloud Strife: thanks loved the tutorial
Judy Whittenbaugh: Thanks! Good information!
maddog380: Why don't you just connect it all up and vent the water through the wand
until it clears up? I do that and it works fine!
Firengee: Thank You
1234Peacekeeper: Really this was how to vent a washer not start. No fuel line no choke or
start switch... useless
donyboy73: do you ship parts to canada?
rayovolt: Thanks for teaching us. Great job! Keep up the good work!
Perla Leon: I have a 2200 Pressure washer what type of gas do you recommend? and what
type of oil would work best ?
2LateIWon: I usually hook up my hose and squeeze the trigger till it stops hissing
and crackling. I'll usually rig the wand to stay open and finsh up the last
details on what ever I'm about to pressure wash.
th19940305: i usually just attach everything then vent the air out the hose and start
it and it seems to work for me
eReplacementParts.com: @donyboy73 Exactly. Shipping costs are determined at checkout. We ship
international packages through iglobalstores and they calculate the costs
order by order. It's possible to complete an international parts order to
the point of displaying shipping costs without having to commit to the
order. That way, customers can evaluate shipping costs order by order
before submitting them. Your videos are great too, btw!
Moondog9322: Sometimes, my pressure washer is really hard to pull to start. I manage to
get it started everytime, but it can be difficult. I have a 2500 PSI Comet
pump. Is there a pressure relief valve on it? Thanks for your help
Moneyman Getter: Nice good advice
Kalkaekie: Very helpful. Thanks.
Cody Castro: I learn alot from that. An some of that was just common sense. Thanks alot
eReplacementParts.com: I use premium gas in all of my outdoor power equipment. As far as the motor
oil, you will want to check your owners manual to see what the manufacture
recommends but typically you will use SAE 30 or 10W30. -Mark
eReplacementParts.com: @donyboy73 Yes, we do!
donyboy73: @eReplacementParts man u guys sell a lot of different parts! do u have
shipping rates for canada or does it calculate it at checkout, nice vid by
the way. i'm more into small engines but get the odd pressure washer
santa clause: you can just skip all that by connecting the hose, turning on the water,
and keeping your trigger on the gun, as soon as the waters runnin thru
smooth (no air spitting thru) switch your machine on. simples.
BeeRich33: Are there food plant units that can be left on for when people need
pressure at a part of the plant? Something like this could be very useful
in some applications.