Greenworks Pro 2700 Pressure Washer Leak

elikwiz

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I'm looking through literature and doing searches online, but I cannot find any help.

I just bought this pressure washer yesterday and it has run beautifully. I did notice today, as I was washing my car, that there's an oil-like substance leaking from the unit (see picture).Looking through my manual, watching several YT videos, and trying to search forums, I've not found anything. I did reach out to Greenworks and am awaiting word, but figured I'd try here, too. IDK if this is a faulty unit or if there's some sort of procedure I should follow (ie is this some sort of cleanout??).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!
 

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MowerMike

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Your pump is leaking oil, which means that it will eventually fail due to lack of lubrication. These are sealed units, so there is no way to add oil. So, basically, you need to return it to Greenworks for repair or replacement.
 
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