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Craftsman 020670 3100psi 2.5GPM Gas Pressure Washer

Item# 07175490000P | Model# 020670 | Added on November 30, 2016 | Seller: Sears.com
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Ever need to stop to talk to your neighbor while pressure washing? This Craftsman 3100 Max PSI pressure washer features Quiet Sense® automatic throttle control technology. This lets the powerful Briggs & Stratton 875EXi Series™ engine run up 40% quieter**
  • when the spray gun trigger is released. Engine also features "Just Check & Add" which means no oil changes for the life of the engine. This machine comes with a 5-in-1 selector nozzle, 30' Ultra Flex high pressure hose, and Craftsman Exclusive Perfect Mix Dual Direct From Concentrate soap System- No mix, no mess, just load soap and go.


  • Pressure Washer with “Quiet Sense” Technology Briggs & Stratton 875 Series EX OHV Engine Featuring “Just check & Add” 8.75 ft-lbs Gross Torque*, 190cc ReadyStart® Starting System
  • No Priming Required 
  • Craftsman Exclusive Perfect Mix ™ Dual Direct From Concentrate Soap System No mix, No mess, Just load soap and go
  • 5-n-1 Selector Nozzle
  • In- Use gun/wand storage
  • Maintenance-Free Axial Cam Pump Featuring Easy Start™ Technology
  • Front facing connections for easier access
  • 30’ UltraFlex High-Pressure Hose
  • Welded Frame
  • Fold Down Handle for easy storage
  • 3” x 10” Never Go Flat Wheels
  • Includes: Engine Oil, Quick Setup Guide, & Operator’s Manual
  • 2-Year Product, 5 Year Frame Limited Warranty
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By MelvynJ
August 1st, 2017
Craftsman power washer

Took it out the box put gas in the tank and it started rightup fantastic i said now i connected the hose and started to clean my sidings on my house and then i pulled the pressure hose to go further down my house and the hose touched the muffler protecter and burned a hole in the hose all this within 5 min. useage of my brand new pressure washer. When to Sears see if they would give me a replacement and was told that hose is not covered in waranty so i end up buying a new one. So i think that the muffler protector is to protect from this happeninig but wrong. It's a engineering flaw and should be addressed and fixed. Overall this pressure washer is very good fantastic pressure and was easy to assemble.

4 found this review helpful
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By Ltaylor621
September 26th, 2017
Would probably work if it would start.

I bought this pressure washer based on my past experience with Craftsman appliances, and never had reason to complain (over 45 years, by the way). That, unfortunately, is no longer the case. I've tried multiple times, and with multiple assistants, and the damned thing just won't start. And no, this is not my first pressure washer, and as I mentioned, it's not my first Craftsman. No possibility of priming or choking it, just keep pulling on it until the old pacemaker lights you up...so tomorrow begins the fun task of trying to get it serviced. Yippeee.

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Zcroks
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Missing parts

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Granted it may be my fault for not opening the box for three months as  I didn't need it right away, but went to put together today and the **** pressure hose wasn't in the box.  Not happy at all!

October 4th via mobile
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Ltaylor621
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Would probably work if it would start.

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I bought this pressure washer based on my past experience with Craftsman appliances, and never had reason to complain (over 45 years, by the way). That, unfortunately, is no longer the case. I've tried multiple times, and with multiple assistants, and the damned thing just won't start. And no, this is not my first pressure washer, and as I mentioned, it's not my first Craftsman. No possibility of priming or choking it, just keep pulling on it until the old pacemaker lights you up...so tomorrow begins the fun task of trying to get it serviced. Yippeee.

September 26th via sears.com
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August 31st
MelvynJ

Craftsman power washer

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Took it out the box put gas in the tank and it started rightup fantastic i said now i connected the hose and started to clean my sidings on my house and then i pulled the pressure hose to go further down my house and the hose touched the muffler protecter and burned a hole in the hose all this within 5 min. useage of my brand new pressure washer. When to Sears see if they would give me a replacement and was told that hose is not covered in waranty so i end up buying a new one. So i think that the muffler protector is to protect from this happeninig but wrong. It's a engineering flaw and should be addressed and fixed. Overall this pressure washer is very good fantastic pressure and was easy to assemble.

August 1st via mobile
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Sears_Purchaser
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Great product!

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Great addition to my tool collection. I used it to clean the grill, my patio furniture and my car so far and I have many other chores planned for it in the future. It's fun to use!

July 19th
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