Picked up this pressure washer for $129 from Bunnings on the weekend - it's a promo so limited stock and not continually on order so get in quick if you're keen. I haven't used it yet but I've heard good things and generally like Ryobi for their value. It's just to clean down the 4x4 after a heavy beach sesh and to clean pavers every now and then so I don't need an overperformer that's getting use don the daily.
I've used Karcher (tend to feel these are overpriced), AR Blue (no complaints) and a Worx (wouldn't go near it again) washer before so after I give this one a run I'll add a review to the comments - might be a week or so though as I've got a lot coming up on the weekends.
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If you go to https://snowfoam.com.au/collections/i-own-a-pressure-washer there's a contact us link for the manufacturer who can tell you if they have a connector for this pressure washer. Good luck.
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My one is the same No soap. it just sprays water very strange I pulled my unit apart there is a tiny valve on the outlet that has a bypass where the soap line connects as the water pass through the valve it creates a vacuum that appears to draw the detergents with it. But just doesn’t work
If you disconnect the input line in the centre of the real first it will allow the barrel to rotate soon as your hose is wound out reconnect the line and it’s good to go
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Thank you for your support. The product in no way reflects the dedication to customer service or the quality of the products Bunnings supply and in actual fact I still think the Ryobi is better than that of its competitors just unfortunate about this run.
Best Regards Rod
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