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Hey guys new to soft wash, have questions about a twin pump system I just bought. Its a Gen II twin pump on a skid, SH tank, water tank and soap tank. Guy had for 3 months and gave up. I have no manual, a few spare parts. Website says you can run both pumps to shoot longer distance. Can't figure out how to run both at same time, driving me nuts!

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Welcome to NSWA

Do you have any pictures of the unit? You can also make a You Tube and post it if you want

 



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Yes, how do I pics to post?

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I mean, how do I attach pics to post?

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Almost identical to this https://www.powerwashstore.com/P/1462/GenerationIIITwinPumpCompleteSkidNo5402VS

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Fill out you signature, Look under Advance editing under reply


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Brother, my apologies. I'm not tech savvy at all. I just posted my first video on YouTube but can't figure out how to copy the url. Marlin the pressure washer guy on YouTube. 3:37 min video


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youtu.be/AgPJk1sfBjY

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you can make a T-fitting but the main hose to your wand will have to be larger depending on pump gpm rates or else too much resistanc back pressure can cause pressure switch to burn out and in high heat burn out the motors themselves 

 

at least 3/4" hose. same nozzles.

talk to someone at one of the vendors.

a guy at pressure tek (bob) is really knowledgeable



-- Edited by Maverick Contracting on Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:08:15 PM

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btw, what gpm are your pumps?
need to have strong fully charged deep cycle battery.

with my 7gpm I get 35-40 ft (at a 45 degree angle)

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Thats a sweet setup.

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Marlin, you also might want to give the vendor who sold you the equipment a call. They are usually pretty good about giving technical/repair advice for products they sell.

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