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Boiler Coil on Pressure Washers

Boiler coils on pressure washers often get holes in them after they have been used for a few years, you can usually tell by water running out of the bottom of the coil, to remove the coil:
  • Turn the pressure washer off completely, check there is no pressure in the pressure washer system
  • Remove complete head off the boiler including chimney, draught tubes etc, take pictures as you do this so you can refer to them when you are putting the boiler back together
  • Go to the bottom of the coil and remove any pipes, then the retaining locknut, its often easier just to snap these and replace with new, you may want to tag each pipe as to which way around they go and/or take a pic.
  • If possible turn the boiler on its side and slide the boiler out, otherwise place a metal bar across the bottom side of the coil and tie to a rope the us a fork lift or crane to lift out, these can be heavy and stuck in quite tight, so using a machine or gravity to do this definately helps
  • Place new coil in and reassemble
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