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Portland Electric Pressure Washer 1750 PSI $79.99 at HF

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This electric pressure washer delivers up to 1750 PSI to power-clean walls, yard equipment, and vehicles. Lightweight and portable, this pressure washer features a pressure hose over 20 ft. long along with 4 in. diameter wheels for easy mobility.
Adjustable spray nozzle
20 ft. high pressure hose
Stops automatically when trigger is release to prolong motor life
Smooth rolling 4 in. diameter wheels

Specifications
Name1750 PSI 1.3 GPM Electric Pressure Washer
SKU63254
BrandPortland®
Amperage (amps)13
Maximum pressure (PSI)1750 PSI
Speed (max)18,700 RPM
Power cord (ft.)35 ft.
Quantity1
Hose Length20 ft.
Product Height31 in.
Product Length10 in.
Product Width10-1/2 in.
Shipping Weight21.70 lb.
Tire size (in.)4 in.
Accessories IncludedSpray gun, soap dispenser, extension nozzle, high pressure hose
AC Volts120
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Not sure how to get the coupon code, but if you click this link it'll automatically show the $20 discount:

https://www.harborfreight.com/175...021_c2117b
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I was told never to buy anything electrical from Harbor Freight. Is this such a case?
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If going to the store, just load this pic on your phone and show to cashier:

http://www.hfqpdb.com/coupons/180...4.2719.JPG
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Bought this pressure washer because there were numerous good reviews...or let's say many happy people .
Assembled the darn thing, followed every instruction and let it go to work. Started quite strong and looked pretty impressive for the job. about 10 minutes in, and the darn thing seemed to change the tune and water force seemed not as good. Checked all hoses, connections etc. The next thing, it seemed to smell of overheating and a bit of smoke bellowed out from the side. ?
I have no idea why and what to do. Maybe, it is really a Chinese toy, afterall and I m hoping they will take it back. So much for wasted time
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Bought this pressure washer because there were numerous good reviews...or let's say many happy people .
Assembled the darn thing, followed every instruction and let it go to work. Started quite strong and looked pretty impressive for the job. about 10 minutes in, and the darn thing seemed to change the tune and water force seemed not as good. Checked all hoses, connections etc. The next thing, it seemed to smell of overheating and a bit of smoke bellowed out from the side. ?
I have no idea why and what to do. Maybe, it is really a Chinese toy, afterall and I m hoping they will take it back. So much for wasted time
You maybe just got a dud with the motor, swap for another see how number 2 acts. It has a lot of positive reviews to not be at least decent. Also were you running normal cold water out of your outside spigots? Or were you running connected to a hot water source as these motors are all cooled by the cold water running through them so if you decided to use warm or hot water it could have overheated the motor as you mentioned.
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