The Operators Manual has been written for your benefit. For your safety and the safety of others, we recommend that you and all operators read and understand the contents. Should you experience any difficulty with your Simpson® power washer, please contact Technical Support at 1-847-348-1508.
To make a claim under the terms of the warranty, all parts said to be defective must be available or returned (if requested) to a SIMPSON CLEANING SYSTEMS designated Warranty Service Center for warranty inspection. The judgments and decisions of the Warranty Service Center concerning the validity of warranty claims are final.
• Freight damage • Freeze damage • Damage caused by parts or accessories not obtained from / or approved by SIMPSON CLEANING SYSTEMS • Normal wear of moving parts or components affected by moving parts • Unfiltered Hard Water High Pressure Triplex Pump Lifetime Warranty on the forged brass manifold.
OPERATOR SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING DANGER means: WARNING means: CAUTION means: DANGER: Failure to read the Owner's Manual prior to using this machine could result in injury to you or to other personnel; damage to the machine or to other property could occur as well. You must have training in the operation of this machine before using it.
CAUTION: Pump damage could occur if the power washer is run for more than five (5) minutes with the trigger released (closed). CAUTION: Always use Simpson® parts for replacement. Page 6 Mini-Brute II Owner’s Manual...
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS NOTE: Following delivery of your Simpson ® power washer, inspect the unit for shipping damage and follow these directions: 1. Read all DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION labels. Read the Owner's Manual that came with your machine before attempting to operate the power washer.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - Cont'd For high pressure cleaning, install the 15°, 25°, or 40° nozzle to the gun wand. Point the wand towards the object to be cleaned and squeeze the trigger to start the motor and begin cleaning. NOTE: This power washer is equipped with Automatic Total Stop ® , a stop device which will sense when the trigger on the gun is released.
SHUT DOWN / STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS Move the Burner switch to the OFF position. Pull trigger allowing motor to run for 3 minutes and then move the Pump switch to the OFF position. Unplug the GFCI and turn off the water supply. Remove the pressure nozzle and pull trigger to release pressure in system.
HOW TO CORRECT PROBLEMS IN THE MACHINE Problem The motor will not start The motor has difficulty starting or is overheating. The pump overheats. The pump vibrates. The pump surges when the trigger gun is off. The pump is running but the pressure is low on installation.
Problem The pump is noisy. There is/has been water in the oil. There is water dripping from under the pump. Oil is dripping. The pressure is too high and is released at the unloader or pressure relief valve The machine does not pick up the cleaning solution.
Problem The pressure is low. The water temperature is too low. There is smoke coming from the machine Page 14 Cause There is a leak in the pump. The nozzle is worn. The water supply is too low. The check valves in the pump are worn or dirty.