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READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
LIRE ET CONSERVER LES PRÉSENTES INSTRUCTIONS
VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR REGISTRATION, TROUBLESHOOTING, AND REPLACEMENT PARTS.
VISITEZ NOTRE SITE INTERNET POUR INSCRIPTION/REGISTRATION, LE DEPANNAGE ET
LES PIECES DE RECHANGE.
Internet Address: www.huskypowerwasher.com
Adresse Internet : www.huskypowerwasher.com
This product is covered by US Patent 5964409 and other patents
Ce produit est couvert par le Brevet US 5964409 et d'autres brevets.
Copyright 2006 All Rights Reserved
Copyright 2006 Tous droits réservés
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    READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS LIRE ET CONSERVER LES PRÉSENTES INSTRUCTIONS VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR REGISTRATION, TROUBLESHOOTING, AND REPLACEMENT PARTS. VISITEZ NOTRE SITE INTERNET POUR INSCRIPTION/REGISTRATION, LE DEPANNAGE ET LES PIECES DE RECHANGE. Internet Address: www.huskypowerwasher.com Adresse Internet : www.huskypowerwasher.com This product is covered by US Patent 5964409 and other patents Ce produit est couvert par le Brevet US 5964409 et d’autres brevets.

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    Your Model Number is: Husky 1800 CA IMPORTANT Attention Valued Customer: The serial number of your machine and date of purchase is necessary information to facilitate warranty claims and the ordering of replacement parts. For ease of reference, please record this information in the space provided below.

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    Votre numéro de modèle est : Husky 1800 IMPORTANT Cher client, chère cliente, le numéro de série de votre machine ainsi que la date d’acquisition sont essentiels afin de faciliter toute réclamation au sujet de la garantie et de la commande de pièces de rechange.

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    FOR EASY INSTALLATION CONNECT THE HIGH PRESSURE HOSE. MAKE SURE THREADS ARE ALIGNED PROPERLY. BRANCHEZ LE BOYAU À HAUTE PRES- SION. ASSUREZ-VOUS QUE LES FILETAGES SONT ALIGNES CORRECTEMENT. CONNECT THE GARDEN HOSE. BRANCHEZ LE BOYAU D’ARROSAGE POUR UNE INSTALLATION SIMPLE REMOVE THE WATER PLUG FROM THE HIGH PRESSURE OUTLET.

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    INSERT THE WAND INTO THE SPRAY GUN. INSÉREZ LA LANCE DANS LE PISTOLET. CONNECT THE GARDEN HOSE TO WATER SUPPLY AND OPEN THE VALVE FULLY. BRANCHEZ LE BOYAU D’ARROSAGE AU ROBINET ET OUVREZ ENTIEREMENT LA VANNE. Note: Use cold water only Note: Utilisez de l’eau froide uniquement Plug in GFCI and firmly press the RESET button.

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    PUYEZ LA GACHETTE POUR METTRE LE MOTEUR EN MARCHE ET OUVRIR LE DEBIT D’EAU. CAREFULLY READ THE OPERATORS INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE PRESSURE WASHER FOR THE FIRST TIME. ALWAYS STORE YOUR PRESSURE WASHER IN A LOCATION WHERE THE TEMPERATURE WILL NOT FALL BELOW 40°F.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    INDEX 1.0 SAFETY AND OPERATION RULES ... page 8 2.0 SAFETY FEATURES ... page 12 3.0 INSTALLATION ... page 13 3.1 HIGH PRESSURE HOSE ... page 13 3.2 WATER CONNECTION ... page 13 3.3 POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION ... page 14 4.0 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...

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    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 cru- shed, placed next to sharp objects or near a heat source.

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    21. Carefully observe all chemical instructions and warnings before using. 22. The pressure washer should not be used in areas where gas vapors may be present. An electric spark could cause an explosion or fire. 23. 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.

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    GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least re- sistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug.

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    PARTS DRAWING PARTS LIST Turbo Nozzle with Lance Spray Gun Holder for Power Cable ON/OFF Switch Detergent Dial Machine Inlet Variable Nozzle with Lance Holder for Accessories Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) 10 Shipping Plug 11 Water Inlet Filter Screen (factory installed) 12 Inlet Nipple (factory installed) (shown on page 13, figure 2) 13 High-Pressure Hose...

  • Page 12: Safety Features

    SAFETY FEATURES AUTOMATIC TOTAL STOP ® 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.

  • Page 13: High Pressure Hose

    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 connec- tion (Fig. 2). If your water source is a well, the garden hose length can only be 30 ft. Max.

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    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 ground- fault circuit interrupter built into the power plug. If replacement of the plug or cord is needed, use only identical replacement parts.

  • Page 15: Operating Instructions, Start-up Procedure

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: Risk of injection or injury. Do not direct discharge stream at self or others. WARNING START-UP PROCEDURE 1. Make sure water supply is connected and turned on. 2. Make sure the unit is plugged in and the GFCI HAS BEEN RESET.

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    WARNING possibly causing injury or damage. 7. Move the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. (fig.5) 8. Squeeze the gun trigger and the pressure washer motor will start. Fig. 5 HIGH PRESSURE/LOW PRESSURE (see Fig.6 and Fig.7)

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    Fig. 7 VARIABLE SPRAY NOZZLE The adjustable spray nozzle can adjust spray from fan to pencil point in both the high and low pressure positions. The spray is adjusted by turning the black part of the nozzle. (Fig. 8) CAUTION: The pencil point spray adjustment is very aggressive.

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    1. Remove the tank cap (1) present on the back of the machine. (Fig. 10) 2. Fill the tank (2) with suitable cleaning solution.Use only approved pressure washer cleaners. Do not use bleach, chlorine or any cleaners containing acids. 3. Move the gray collar to the low-pressure position by completely rotating the collar clockwise.

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    CLEANING TECHNIQUES When cleaning with the pressure washer, some cleaning tasks can be solved with water alone, but for most tasks it is advantageous to use a detergent. A detergent ensures a quick soaking of the dirt allowing the high pressure water to penetrate and remove the dirt more effectively.

  • Page 20: Connections

    Disconnect the high pressure discharge hose and the water inlet hose. MAINTENANCE CONNECTIONS Connections on Pressure Washer hoses, gun and spray wand should be cleaned regularly and lubricated with non-water soluble grease to prevent leakage and da- mage to the o-rings.

  • Page 21: Water Screen

    2. Backflush the nozzle with water. Restart the pressure washer and depress the trigger on the spray gun. If the pressure is still too high, repeat above items 1-2. LUBRICATION The pressure washer is designed with a permanent lubrication system. Conventional oil check and oil changes are not necessary.

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    1. When finished using the pressure washer, you must first drain and rinse the detergent tanks. 2. Run the pressure washer in low pressure until all of the soap is drained from the detergent tanks. 3. Pour clear water into the tanks and run it through on low pressure as though it were detergent.

  • Page 23: Troubleshooting

    Nozzle. Back flush the Nozzle with water. (see section 5.2) Your Powerwasher draws detergent at a 10:1 ratio. Most pressure washer detergents are gene- rally concentrated within that range so minimal adjustment is required. If you feel like you are using more detergent than is required for the ap- plication you can dilute it with regular tap water.

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    25 to 50 feet for City water supply and 30 feet for Well water supply. Clean the Nozzle as instructed in section 5.2. Let Pressure washer run with Gun trigger de- pressed and Wand removed until a steady stream of water is released.

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    Unit stops while operating Extension Cord length or gauge incorrect Gun trigger not operating pro- perly Defective Gun Tripped Pressure washer Ther- mal Switch Defective ON/OFF Switch Unit will not stop when trig- Screen filter is clogged ger is released...

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    PROBLEM OR CONCERN POSSIBLE CAUSE Wand is malfunctioning Gun is not operating properly Wand - Attaching Wand - Removing Wand - Gray collar won’t turn/won’t adjust to low/ high pressure SOLUTION Test both wands to ensure that one is not mal- functioning.

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    The Husky 1800 Powerwasher requires a 15 amp minimum rated circuit to function properly. It is important that your Husky unit does not share a circuit with any other electrical device. If the circuit is shared, the additional device will create an amperage drain that ultimately causes the Husky to draw more amperage in order to run full force.

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    7.0 GUIDE DE DÉPANNAGE PROBLEME CAUSE POSSIBLE Fuite de détergent Tube plongeur débranché ou entortillé Réservoir ne retient pas Le raccord du réservoir du déter- le détergent gent est brisé Le détergent n’est pas La lance est mal branchée au distribué...

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    PROBLEME CAUSE POSSIBLE Pistolet/Boyau – Fuite d’eau Fuite d’huile dans la Une petite fuite d’huile est norma- pompe Fuite d’eau dans la par- Le branchement de l’entrée d’eau tie inférieure de l’unité est défectueux Fuite d’eau dans le boîtier de pom- Basse pression Le robinet n’est pas complètement ouvert ou l’unité...

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    Si l’eau ne sort pas du pistolet, vous devez le remplacer. Contactez-nous à l’adresse suivante : customerservice@husky powerwasher.com ou commandez une pièce de rechange en ligne sur www.huskypowe- rwasher.com.

  • Page 31

    Si la lance se bran- che, vous devez changer le joint. Contactez-nous à l’adresse suivante : customerservice@husky powerwasher.com ou commandez une pièce de rechange en ligne sur www.huskypowe- rwasher.com...

  • Page 32

    Il est important que votre unité Husky ne partage pas un circuit avec un quelconque autre dispositif électrique. Si le circuit est partagé, le dispositif supplémentaire créera un courant électrique qui finira par forcer à la Husky à puiser un courant électrique afin de tourner à plein régime. À la fin, la machine surchauffera et s’éteindra. La Husky s’éteint selon la caractéristique de sécurité...

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    TECHNICAL DATA Pump pressure 1800 psi MAX. *Operation Pressure Electrical requirement 120V, 15 Amps, 60 Hz Electrical cord 35 ft. Hose /Gun/Lance Assembly 30 ft. Flow Rate at 1800 psi 1.6 gpm Minimum Amperage source 15 amp Pressure of inlet water 20 - 100 psi Soap Consumption Rate 6 - 10%...

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    This product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of three years on the motor and pump group. All other components are covered for one year, excluding the gun, hose, lance, and ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) which are only covered for 90 days;...

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    IMPLIED WARRANTIES: Any implied warranties, including the implied war- ranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to three years on the motor and pump group. All other components are covered for one year, excluding the gun, hose, lance, and ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) which are only covered for 90 days;...

  • Page 36

    ® Imported by/ Home Depot of Canada, Inc. 900-1 Concorde Gate Toronto, Ontario M3C 4H9 1-866-211-3247 Made in Italy Internet Address: www.huskypowerwasher.com Warranty Registration via Internet Importé par/ Home Depot of Canada, Inc. 900-1 Concorde Gate Toronto, Ontario M3C 4H9 1-866-211-3247 Fabriqué...

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