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      02-10-2020, 06:08 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by RVAGuy View Post
I assume your referring to the "trigger assembly" being the problem as the rest is just a tube. I believe most trigger assemblies are generic so you should be able to use any. I would also order a flexible tube that is compatible with the new trigger and quick connections.

If your current power washer is electric consider buying a more powerful gas unit.
Yes, not the trigger per se but the wand that attaches to it (it screws in). My unit is electric and roughly 2,000 PSI which is good enough for my purposes until this past weekend.

In any case, I think something must have happened to the wand, while still functional it not ideal. This is what I am referring to



I may upgrade in the summer but for right now, I will stay with the unit if the replacement wand works.