| Operate under cover if rain.
Avoid spraying top of pump.
Check for water entering filler cap.
Even a minor amount
of moisture in the crankcase oil will cause the oil to go a milky color.
is never a good thing for the moving parts in the crankcase.
are operating your pressure washer in a high humidity area it's possible
,through heating and cooling of the pump, that moisture in the crankcase will
condense. Change the oil and try to move your machine to a location with
If the problem
persists check out other causes of milky oil.
There is a small hole
in the dipstick to allow for expansion and contraction in the crankcase.
If you operate in the rain or wash your pump water could enter this hole,
causing the oil to go milky. Never plug this hole to prevent moisture
from entering the crankcase. If you do, the pressure created
by expansion in the chamber could blow out your oil
SOME OF THESE OPERATIONS CAN BE
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT TRAINING IN THESE PROCEDURES, WE RECOMMEND YOU
SEEK ASSISTANCE FROM A