Model #580752570 CRAFTSMAN Power Washer, Gas

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Q:

I've lost the soap/chemical plastic bottle that comes with the pressure washer, model # 580.752570. 580752570 Craftsman Pressure washer

A:

Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct. I will be happy to help you. Upon researching model 580752570 there isn't a individual bottle. You would use the bottle the cleaning/chemical solution comes in. With there being different chemicals to use we want to avoid cross contamination in one bottle.

If you have any further question please repost. Thank you for choosing Sears. Have a great day.

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Samantha A -
Sears Technician
May 21, 2014
Q:

Can you ruin a brand new pressure washer (Model #580.752570) by turning it off too fast?

A:

You get kudos for actually reading the owner's manual. The unexpected happens even if you have prepared sometimes. The expert will be able to advise re the warranty and the engine. If you need the link for service, i added it below.

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Barbara H. -
December 19, 2010
A:

I can't think of any damage that would really occur to the engine if you just suddenly shut it down. Usually, it is recommended to let it idle to prevent it from backfiring when it dies. I have a similar model, but it's older, and we don't ever idle it down when we get done. We just stop spraying and shut it off; we've never had any issues because of this and I've had the sprayer since 1998.

What you can do is go ahead and connect the supply hose up as well as the hose with the hole in it. Secure the hose with the hole so it doesn�t blow all over the place. Start the engine, turn the water on, and watch water spray from the hole. Then, idle the machine down, shut if off, turn off the supply water and wait until your new hose arrives.

If you are unable to get the engine to start you either reply back to me and describe to me exactly what it is doing when you try to start it. Or, you can take the machine in for service where warranty will make any necessary repairs to engine or pump as it should not become damaged from a sudden shut down.

When you bought the machine, they should have gotten a phone number from you. If so, it is already in the system when you purchased it, where you purchased it, and what you paid for it. So the warranty information is in our system. I don't think you have anything to worry about, but I cannot blame you for being concerned. The situation with the hose will not be covered under the warranty though. I hate that it happened (not as much as you, I'm sure) but this shouldn't be a major problem.

If you need to have the machine serviced and you run into any issues with that, please let me know so I can assist and make sure you are taken care of.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
December 20, 2010
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Q:

Can you ruin a brand new pressure washer (Model #580.752570) by turning it off too fast?

A:

You get kudos for actually reading the owner's manual. The unexpected happens even if you have prepared sometimes. The expert will be able to advise re the warranty and the engine. If you need the link for service, i added it below.

Read More
Barbara H. -
December 19, 2010
A:

I can't think of any damage that would really occur to the engine if you just suddenly shut it down. Usually, it is recommended to let it idle to prevent it from backfiring when it dies. I have a similar model, but it's older, and we don't ever idle it down when we get done. We just stop spraying and shut it off; we've never had any issues because of this and I've had the sprayer since 1998.

What you can do is go ahead and connect the supply hose up as well as the hose with the hole in it. Secure the hose with the hole so it doesn�t blow all over the place. Start the engine, turn the water on, and watch water spray from the hole. Then, idle the machine down, shut if off, turn off the supply water and wait until your new hose arrives.

If you are unable to get the engine to start you either reply back to me and describe to me exactly what it is doing when you try to start it. Or, you can take the machine in for service where warranty will make any necessary repairs to engine or pump as it should not become damaged from a sudden shut down.

When you bought the machine, they should have gotten a phone number from you. If so, it is already in the system when you purchased it, where you purchased it, and what you paid for it. So the warranty information is in our system. I don't think you have anything to worry about, but I cannot blame you for being concerned. The situation with the hose will not be covered under the warranty though. I hate that it happened (not as much as you, I'm sure) but this shouldn't be a major problem.

If you need to have the machine serviced and you run into any issues with that, please let me know so I can assist and make sure you are taken care of.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

Read More
XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
December 20, 2010
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