Great machine for home use
I have had a Spitwater Turbo 8-90 for just over 10 years now. It has had a lots of use over those years, I use it all the time for cleaning around the house, cars and whatever needs a blast. It has been a great little reliable machine for me. Good after sales service if required.
lacks pressure and cleaning volume also the hose kinks all the time too cumbersome, and was told lt had 10ltrs pm and only has 8.3 should have at least 2000psi and 10ltrs big con clearly sold a dud rubbish like is what you expect from bunnings or a cheap karcher should have gone to a reputable outlet and bought a decent machine
not good enough
will not move the dirt off my motor bike
Questions & Answers
My 8.90 started smoking when I used it for about an hour ,Then is wouldn't stay on just turned itself off after a second ,itook it apart and can get it to run if I spin the flywheel by hand to help it start spinning ,any ideas?
My turbo is leaking oil. I am assuming it's a seal. Any ideas? Can I replace and if so can you give me a quick instruction
Hi Trent, sorry, I'm no expert in repairs. If you are in SA, Spitwater on Grand junction Road do repairs & sell parts so you can DYI. The only time I've needed a repair they did it on the spot. I don't know who the agents are in other states. Google "Quiky 10/100" & you'll find the agents in each state. Hope this helps.
Mt Turbo is 15 years old and I have never had to have it repaired, touch wood.
Take it to you local service agent.
I can't get any pressure water just slowly flows from nossel turn up pressure water on full end of spray gun pumped forward and back nothing, any suggestions?
Sounds like a stuck bypass valve or blocked inlet filter. If you are in South Australia, Spitwater on Grand Junction Road will fix it in seconds. If you are not, either check that the pump is getting water thru the inlet filter or undo the nut below the pressure gauge and remove and clean/free up the valve inside. If that doesn't work, you may have to find a service centre.
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