The hose from the unit to the nozzle developed a kink and now the hose has
developed a spraying leak at the kink. Besides finding a new hose, is there
a temporary fix that might work? It is not under a "large amount" of
pressure, it is one of those small household type pressure washer units in a
plastic rolling case like the $150 unit at home depot. I think 1800 psi.
<< Besides finding a new hose, is there a temporary fix that might work? >>
No. Don't even think about using it. Either buy a new hose or take it to a
specialty store that does hydraulic hose repair and have them hack off the bad
part and reinstall the fittings to make a shorter hose. Odds are, replacement
will be cheaper. Good luck.
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