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Water Jetter, 3000 PSI, Gas
- Item # 13C596
- Mfr. Model # 37413
- UNSPSC # 47121808
- Catalog Page # 1186
- Shipping Weight 272.0 lbs.
- ItemWater Jetter Drain Cleaning Machine
- Drain Line I.D. Size Range2" to 10"
- Max. Run300 ft.
- Jet Pressure3000 psi
- Flow Rate5.5 gpm
- Power SourceGas Engine
- Throttle ControlManual
- Pump TypeTriplex
- Drum Capacity300 ft.
- ApplicationFor Blasting Through Sludge, Soap and Grease Blockages
- FeaturesPulse Action
- IncludesMfr. Model Nos. 1/4" NPT Nozzles: H-111 and H-112, H-38 Hose Reel with 200 ft. x 3/8" ID Jet Hose, 50 ft. x 3/8" ID Jet/Wash Hose, FV-1 Foot Valve, HW-30 Wash Wand, Nozzle Cleaning Tool
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1. Make sure that you allow water to run through the hose before you put the nozzle on. This will “bleed out” any air that might be trapped in the loop.
2. Clean out each orifice in the nozzle at the end of the jet hose with the cleaning tool supplied with the jetter.
3. If the nozzle has been cleaned and the problem remains, try a different nozzle.
4. If the problem still remains, the unloader valve may need to be adjusted or the pump valves may need to be at least cleaned out or possibly re-built. You may want to locate an independent service center in your area to perform these checks.
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