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Craftsman Pressure Washer 2500psi 2.3gpm Non CA
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Craftsman Pressure Washer 2500psi 2.3gpm Non CA

Item# 07175290000P | Model# 75290 | Added on June 17, 2012
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Make the Used Look New Again
Next time you head out to buy new tiles, planks or paint to refresh the look of house's exterior surfaces, consider all they might need is a simple deep cleaning. That's exactly what you'll get with Craftsman's gas pressure washer. With 2500psi and a flow of 2.3 gallons per minutes, this Briggs & Stratton powered pressure washer makes outdoor cleaning fast and affordable and save you the cost and time of having to replace your exteriors. In no time at all you can hook this power washer up to your home garden hose and start blasting away the build-up of grime, mold, mildew, loose paint, rust and more as frequently as needed.
Get peak performance with the power of this efficient Briggs & Stratton 675 Series™ engine. A simple pull and you'll have the engine going thanks to this pressure washer's innovative ReadyStart® system and a Fresh Start® fuel cap that keeps the fuel fresher and extends the life of the engine. The maintenance-free axial cam pump with Easy Start™ technology ensures smooth operation, functioning and easy starting every time. Built to last with a steel frame design and solid rubber wheels, the power washer is incredibly robust and durable providing additional support and protection for the engine.
The pro-style spray tips give you three spraying options for precise spray pattern control and are designed for regular use, while the 25 foot-long high-pressure hose allows you to unwind ... read more
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6 found this review helpful
by majdan
April 18th, 2012
A good value

After doing a fair bit of research, I settled on this model. I've had it about a month and it's been steady and dependable. It has a couple of limitations: the gas tank is small (runs about 45 min) and it tends to overheat a bit (requires a cool-off after refueling before it will start again). Still, it does a great job of cleaning the wood deck and concrete pad around my pool. I look at the limitations as an induced break -- 45 minutes or so is about all I can stand without a break. I have about 20 operating hours on it now and, so long as the engine isn't hot, it still starts on the first pull. A decent value product for the casual user.

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by GotTakenBySears
October 1st, 2012
Don't buy this pressure washer

I bought the predecessor to this model washer not quite 2 years ago. Used it once, worked fine. The second time I used it, the pump failed to produce flow - pressure relief keeps unit in full recycle when spray wand is operated. By the time I'd used it twice, the the unit was out of warranty and Sears will not help. I have owned many pressure washers and know how to use and care for them. This one has a bad pump and pressure relief valve design. If you don't mind spending $300 to use a unit once, knock yourself out, otherwise buy from another source. Stay clear of all Sears pressure washers.

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sodonewithsears

So disappointed in this product and Sears

bought a 2550 PSI about 4 years ago, have only used it a total of 4 times (once a year). This year when I got it out of the shed to use it, it would not start. Took it to the service center, spent half of what I paid for it to have the carburetor cleaned and the oil changed. Got it home used it once, tried to use it again a month later and it would not start. According to the service center it had bad oil (which they told me they changed!). Now, they are saying the block is scored and it will need to be replaced! Sears no longer stands behind their craftsman products and therefore I no longer stand behind them! Will not be buying from them again. Other reviews of their power washers only confirm what I wished I had known before I bought this.

September 12th, 2013 via sears.com
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Terribleproduct

Terrible Purchase

I purchased this item new from Sears and have only used it four times. I tried the 5th today, but no luck. I only use it to clean the outside of a single story home and drive once a year. Last year the pressure pump went out. Lucky I had a warranty. After it was repaired, I placed the pressure washer in storage after having drained all of the fuel. Today, I changed the oil, put in fresh fuel and now it won't start no matter what I do. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!

April 13th, 2013 via sears.com
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92powerlineman

justme

had it a week it broke down locked up

April 10th, 2013 via sears.com
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Allyson Hirsch
April 7th, 2013
vrod2013

Piece of ****

used item 3x`s . Now it will not start. Typical Craftsman powered equiptment. I thought thru the years Craftsmans would have improved. Will continue to purchase handtools only.

April 4th, 2013 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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Christine D.
March 25th, 2013
leimanamc

PITA

This washer works great once it is running. Key words are when running. If you let this run out of gas, or just simply turn it off for whatever reason, you may not get it back going again that day.

I give this a 2 rating because while it works great when it is running, the starting is such a PITA its only redeeming quality is the price. I would only recommend this to someone who is planning on using it to wash a car or side of the house.

March 8th, 2013 via sears.com
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mbroe1964

Light duty pressure washer NIB.

Useful for cleaning pool deck cars toys etc... Easy to assemble from the box, must take care not to over-fill the oil, it is harder to get out then put in. Gas is a problem, engine does not drink E85 well, fuel lines and filter will start melting... Started first try, good pressure and fairly quiet for a briggs. Will make more comments later.

February 3rd, 2013 via sears.com
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Blondeone

Good value

A nice midrange washer. It starts easily, does a good job. I have absolutely no complaints about this product. The hose is not very flexible or easy to store, but most washer hoses are like this one.

January 23rd, 2013 via sears.com
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Randall Fisher

Great Little Pressure Washer

Love this little pressure washer. Clean the mud off your car with no problems. Make sure you buy the mix kit before you head out its a must have. Fire right up with no problems.

January 17th, 2013
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Kelly Connors
December 17th, 2012
Rona Gregory
December 17th, 2012
GR8_TIMES

Don't Buy

Bought power washer two years... Used 5 times and now it doesn't work. While using it, it shut down and never powered on again.
Will cost $258.00 to get it serviced. Will stop buying Craftsman because quality is not as good anymore and Sears won't help you out.

December 12th, 2012 via sears.com
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December 2nd, 2012
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November 12th, 2012
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October 29th, 2012
Beth Louise

Handy Cleaning Tool

A great gift for any homeowner.

October 29th, 2012
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F  Miller

Buy one and you too will see how awesome a pressure washer is

When I bought my new craftsman pressure washer - little did I know how much I would love this thing. My family knows that once I start pressure washing the only way I stop is because of darkness. House , sidewalks, card, outdoor furniture, bricks driveways fences mailboxes decks I could o on and on. Buy one and youll see what I mean

October 20th, 2012
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Ken Davidson

I would recommend this product.

Easy start every time. Very powerful machine. I use it for many cleaning jobs such as washing the car, cleaning my deck, my vynial siding, out door furniture.

October 20th, 2012
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GotTakenBySears

Don't buy this pressure washer

I bought the predecessor to this model washer not quite 2 years ago. Used it once, worked fine. The second time I used it, the pump failed to produce flow - pressure relief keeps unit in full recycle when spray wand is operated. By the time I'd used it twice, the the unit was out of warranty and Sears will not help. I have owned many pressure washers and know how to use and care for them. This one has a bad pump and pressure relief valve design. If you don't mind spending $300 to use a unit once, knock yourself out, otherwise buy from another source. Stay clear of all Sears pressure washers.

October 1st, 2012 via sears.com
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