Model #580752020 CRAFTSMAN Power Washer, Electric

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Pressure washer 580.752020 shuts off when wand is moved to the high pressure position 580752020 Craftsman Electric pressure washer


I fixed if ! The very tip of the valve was clogged, so I drilled the tip out.

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Manny -
October 16, 2015

Pressure Hose/Reel removal on 580.752020 580752020 Craftsman Electric pressure washer


OK...I am entering my own response to this thread..thinking it may help others. I finally got the hose off. 1) Remove Reel Handle (2 screws) 2) Remove pressure washer handle from top (four screws) 3) Remove front of pressure washer (7 screws--three on sides, two on top and two on the bottom I think). You will have to take a pliers and remove the on/off switch, as it is bigger than the opening on the front over. Just pull the on/off switch straight off. It may be possible to remove the hose without this step, but it is my guess that it will be easier to access the hose with the front of the pressure washer removed. 4) On the reel, beneath where the reel handle attaches, there are three more screws. Remove/loosen these. Once that is done, the reel starts to come apart. It won't come completely apart, because the rear cover is still in the way. However, once the reel is at this point, it can be pried apart enough to access the 11/16" nut that will loosen the hose and allow it to be removed. I think that does it and I hope that this helps others that have this same issue. Now to order a new hose and get it replaced. I am hoping that this effort will not be in vain. From all the reviews on this pressure washer it is very repair prone. I had to return one myself and argue for sometime that the failure was due to a defective part and not my mismanagement. So, I am counting on a few more hours of use before something else happens to break.

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J -
August 22, 2015

Pressure Washer won't restart 580.752020 580752020 Craftsman Electric pressure washer


Thanks for the inquiry and for being a valued member.

I am sorry to hear of the issue you're having with the pressure washer. I know how frustrating that is. 

A 15A circuit breaker is sufficient for the pressure washer, so that isn't the issue. I would suspect there is a short to ground somewhere within the wiring for the unit, which is tripping the breaker. Outside of the wiring, it could be a motor related issue. You could try opening it up and check the wiring for any breaks, kinks, or anything obviously out of the ordinary before giving up on it. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
August 03, 2015

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