I have a Sears 2550 psi "Quick Start" power washer, model 580-752550
and managed to "misplace" the manual and don't have time to get a new
one today (Sears doesn't archive them).
There are two "oil fill" holes, one for pump, one for engine and
they look the same on opposite sides of the engine.
Can somebody tell me
how to determine which is for pump oil and which is for engine oil,
Oops, screwed up last append before finishing.
I need to know which is engine oil hole and which is pump oil hole on
my Sears 2550 psi "Quick Start" pressure washer and how much of each
to add (or do you just fill it to the top of the hole ?) And is there
a drain plug for each or do you tip and dump it out the fill hole ?
(Needless to say, lost manual and Sears doesn't archive manuals).
Thanks. I just thought it odd that there were two oil fill holes and
caps (both appear to have fresh engine oil to the top) on opposite
sides of the engine casing. Fired it upAnd, BTW, I could find nothing
that looks like an oil fill port on the pump itself for pump oil
(though Sears sold me pump oil). Is it possible the pump is
permanently oiled or if not what does the pump oil fill hole look like
on the pump ? Thanks for responding.
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