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Select Stores: Sun Joe 13-Amp 2050 PSI 1.8 GPM Electric Pressure Washer EXPIRED

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Deal Editor's Note: Offer is available In-Stores only and we have no way to verify stock but since several members are reporting success and thread is performing strongly, we have decided to promote this deal to members who would like to check their local stores for stock

Select Walmart Stores (link for reference): has Sun Joe 13-Amp 2050 PSI MAX 1.8 GPM MAX Electric Pressure Washer (SPX2688-MAX) on sale for $30. Offer is available In-Stores only.

Thanks community member ichigo103 for sharing this deal

Offer Notes:
  • Offer is available In-Store only and availability varies by location
  • Members are reporting finding units around automotive
Product Features:
  • Powerful 13-amp motor generates a maximum of 2050 PSI
  • Onboard 1 liter foam canon is the perfect accessory for cleaning stubborn stains
  • TSS (Total Stop System) — automatically shuts off the pump and power when the trigger is not engaged to save energy and prolong pump life
  • Includes 34-inch extension wand, 20-foot high pressure hose, 35-foot power code with GFCI protection, garden hose adapter, needle clean-out tool
  • 3 Quick Connect nozzles (0º, 15º, and 40º) tackle different cleaning projects
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RichardV8013 asked this question on 01-19-2022 at 02:51 PM
01-20-2022 at 06:47 PM
End cap of automotive area for me.
01-20-2022 at 08:43 PM
I also found three of them stacked on the end cap in the back corner of automotive. (I bought one and left the other two.)

Also, there was no mention of them being on marked down. When I scanned in store with the iPhone Walmart App, it displayed the $30 price.
01-20-2022 at 09:09 PM
No luck
01-21-2022 at 03:27 PM
Back room in automotive, with the tires.
oychbb asked this question on 01-19-2022 at 10:45 AM
01-20-2022 at 01:29 AM
Yes.
01-20-2022 at 05:43 AM
Lol, no. https://youtu.be/K5cMJvmlvv4?t=707
01-21-2022 at 08:14 AM
No, they are overrated. If they say 1600 it's probably closer to 1300.
01-24-2022 at 09:50 AM
The SunJoe tested in that youtube video was rated at 1600, yet provided less than 800 in a real-world test.
cnnboy asked this question on 01-21-2022 at 06:19 AM
01-21-2022 at 08:11 AM
YouTubers have shown where they have gotten this pressure washer for $30. This deal is not at every store. YMMV (Your Mileage May Vary)
01-21-2022 at 01:37 PM
it is a bogus
01-21-2022 at 03:29 PM
I just bought several at the Oneida Store, They had several more in the tire room, in automotive department.
Slammed01 asked this question on 01-21-2022 at 11:30 AM
01-21-2022 at 10:46 PM
Are you asking if you can replace the high pressure hose?
No you don't replace the high pressure hose but you will need a "garden hose" to supply water from faucet to the pressure washer.

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I paid $54 shipped to door a few weeks earlier, including the 8 gallon Goodyear oil-less air compressor online for around $80-90. Considering the cost of time and gas -- I think I got a slicker deal. But hey who am I to say, Easter Egg hunting is fun!
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Anybody find any in Southern California?

Would this be good for cleaning out drains (i.e. hydrojet) with the proper hose and tool?
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Quote from Cool_Pacific :
For me brickseek showed 3 available at a nearby Walmart, Walmart App showed nothing available, went to Walmart searched everywhere but could not find, asked Walmart employee to look into their system by barcode, they confirmed its showing 3 in stock but they dont know where it is. Tried again but no luck.....
Sometimes Walmart itself does not have correct inventory list, at many occasions found that a item showing OOS in Walmart website for a particular store but there would be quite a few quantity available in store.
BS showed 3 in stock went to the store couldn't find them anywhere. Showed a guy near hardware what I was looking for and he said, "We don't have that." Ended up near the automotive area at the store and wandered over to the back corner of the store - in hardware and WAY UP HIGH on the top shelf was 3 of them. Required a ladder but I was too impatient and got them down myself after knocking two off the shelf by accident Big Grin
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I used this machine once and the o-ring blew that connects from the hose to the wand. Unfortunately, Sun Joe has no idea what size O-ring this is and their solution was to send me a brand new unit. These have so many proprietary components that I'm afraid that one thing goes wrong with it when they stop manufacturing them and I've got a brick. I'm looking at spending more to get a pressure washer with better universal connectivity and hopefully reliability.
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I used this machine once and the o-ring blew that connects from the hose to the wand. Unfortunately, Sun Joe has no idea what size O-ring this is and their solution was to send me a brand new unit. These have so many proprietary components that I'm afraid that one thing goes wrong with it when they stop manufacturing them and I've got a brick. I'm looking at spending more to get a pressure washer with better universal connectivity and hopefully reliability.
Yeah, not sure why they made the gun-to-hose the smaller diameter threaded connection instead of the M22-15mm like the washer-to-hose end. I replaced them with a longer hose, new wand/gun, and brass quick connects since that was my plan anyways, but the garden hose in and pressurized out connection from the machine itself is pretty standard. I highly suggest you upgrade those components anyways since the hose can kink and threaded connections can unthread since it's fixed as opposed to the free rotation you get from quick connects. Makes set-up, storage, moving around the vehicle, and maneuvering the wand much less of a headache. You also got a steal of a slick deal since you have 2 units for $30 now lol.
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I used this machine once and the o-ring blew that connects from the hose to the wand. Unfortunately, Sun Joe has no idea what size O-ring this is and their solution was to send me a brand new unit. These have so many proprietary components that I'm afraid that one thing goes wrong with it when they stop manufacturing them and I've got a brick. I'm looking at spending more to get a pressure washer with better universal connectivity and hopefully reliability.
This type is what you want to replace.
https://www.amazon.com/BaiFM-Cond...60643&th=1
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Yeah, not sure why they made the gun-to-hose the smaller diameter threaded connection instead of the M22-15mm like the washer-to-hose end. I replaced them with a longer hose, new wand/gun, and brass quick connects since that was my plan anyways, but the garden hose in and pressurized out connection from the machine itself is pretty standard. I highly suggest you upgrade those components anyways since the hose can kink and threaded connections can unthread since it's fixed as opposed to the free rotation you get from quick connects. Makes set-up, storage, moving around the vehicle, and maneuvering the wand much less of a headache. You also got a steal of a slick deal since you have 2 units for $30 now lol.
I watched a bunch of YouTube videos this weekend and completely agree with you. I ended up exactly in the same place and bought quick connects, a new hose, a M22-15 to M22-14 converter for the pressure washer hose, snub nose sprayer, 2.5 gpm tips, a MATCC Foam Cannon 3, and 1.1 mm orifice. Even if the Sun Joe dies outside of warranty, I've got all the hardware ready for another electric pressure washer. Sun Joe wanted me to send back the old one. I didn't want to end up in a doom loop of sending these back each time an o-ring blew. 😆
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Here's the 35' hose replacement I picked. You'll need an adapter and a new wand. https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/15612049
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Was able to get the last one at Walmart (Houston) in the automotive section. Came home and it was missing the connector tips.
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Was able to get the last one at Walmart (Houston) in the automotive section. Came home and it was missing the connector tips.
The hose and wand are crap. Replace them
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YMMV

I found clearance at local walmart for $30.

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=377021126
https://www.walmart.com/ip/377021126

This is available for $30 online now... not YMMV anymore
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Thanks OP. I've got one of these, and they work fine for household tasks.

Pro tip: Connect an old washing machine hose to the water supply inlet on the machine and connect the garden hose to that. It'll be much easier to attach and detach, PLUS you won't be worried about breaking the plastic water inlet every time.
This tip was super helpful. So much easier to connect and disconnect it to water now. Thank you.

Anyone have any tips on the connection to the sprayer gun? The hex nut keeps loosening whenever I rotate the gun or the water line. Then water starts leaking and spraying at the connection point.
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This tip was super helpful. So much easier to connect and disconnect it to water now. Thank you.

Anyone have any tips on the connection to the sprayer gun? The hex nut keeps loosening whenever I rotate the gun or the water line. Then water starts leaking and spraying at the connection point.
Sun Joe uses stupid sizes for items. If you replace the hose, wand, and use quick connects, you'll have a much better experience. Further, those sizes are standardized so when your Sun Joe dies, you can move your gear to the next pressure washer.

I bought the Black Max 35' hose (20' is too short) that I posted about above.

Quick connects: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MY17MGX

Gun: AgFinium SG35 5000 PSI 12 GPM Power Pressure Wash Spray Gun with Fittings Easy Pull https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0875PWLBG

Connector from Sun Joe to standard size: M MINGLE Pressure Washer Adapter,... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FZ8J1CC

Tips: Twinkle Star Pressure Washer... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XSHM8WB
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