This might explain why the traffic has reduced at the PO Box! LOL 🙂
So my PO Box started out at $62 a year…. Then $70 a year…. Then $76 a year…. Now it is $84 a year? So from 2015 – 2018 it has gone up $22? (This was just when I switched to the USPS website.) This is an Alabama USPS PO Box yearly price.
My seriously question is…. Why do so many USPS carriers drive through our hood now? So they can burn more gas (for the environment)? I might support it then. 🙂 To many packages in March? I honestly do not understand? Today a USPS van delivered a 14″x4″x6″ package (estimated size)…. An hour later our random mail carrier came? Sometimes someone will deliver mail or packages randomly in the morning then 6-8 hours later someone will deliver more mail? Seems silly? Sunday seems silly also…. But I do not judge.
I know someone that delivers for UPS and if his route has to much mail…. They just stuff the truck with more mail. In busy months like March…. JK December they do hire a helper but USPS I believe did not? USPS did delivered mail super late at night in December though…. I also did not feel sorry for the USPS drivers…. They get overtime and probably double their salary around December? I would deliver in my hood if I could never get fired…. I would like to add no transferring either. That is how they try and get rid of losers…. Not saying I would be a loser…. Or am I? LOL 🙂
Here is PART 1 on troubleshooting a high pressure pump. LINK
This problem I believe depended on the time a customer allowed the bay to unload the high pressure. Which varies greatly and would make this problem almost seem random. You would also need to pay close attention which I did not…. This would be no problem if you only have one pump or one bay. 🙂 (I checked this pump around 3-4 time…. Sad to say. The problem is the pump actually works completely fine. Like video below…. Pressure just seemed high.)
In retrospect after fixing the v-belt on the cat pump…. I remember previous issues I have had. I had to reset my motor started for some reason? Now I know why.
At the time I tested the bay and everything was fine…. I thought. I believe now I did not test the gun like the video. I do remember thinking it had high water pressure and I needed to turn it down though.
After I fixed the belt and I thought I was finished with my repair…. I tested the bay. The bay then popped the breaker.
Which was a surprise…. Usually when repairing one problem it fixes the problem! 🙂 This meant there was obviously another issue.
So I reset the breaker and this time watched and payed attention to how the high purchase gun was working. (Like the video above.) After looking at the pressure problem again it seemed like it had to be the unloader.
I replaced the unloader and the unloader fixed the problem.
Today, I had a high pressure pump not delivering water! The official complaint was: “I am here with a Coleman rep and we can not figure out what is wrong with all the bays! All the bays do not have high pressure rinse.” I asked are you sure it is all the bays…. But what do you expect? LOL 🙂 This Coleman rep should also quit…. He allegedly owns a self serve car wash also? I do not believe it. 🙂 He also asked me know to use a Dixmore remote control…. But it is actually not an official remote. But it is actually worse I believe…. I wrote the directions on how to use the remote on the remote. Maybe I am to harsh? 🙂
So obviously you can do your troubleshooting in whatever order you want. I try to do the easy stuff first. Most of the time I like to go straight to the hardest…. But let’s be honest…. That is the dumbest method!
There are quick disconnects in the bays so by removing the gun I can test if there is a clog in the nozzle. 1) Check the nozzle / gun for clogs. Remember a very small amount of dirt or debris can cause the system to not work.
Check your water source to make should you or some random person did not turn it off. I have had this happen before…. By some random person that is…. But I might have done it also? The random person also broken my weep system at least twice. Almost like the random person could care less about my stuff? LOL 🙂 2) Check your water source.
To verify the flow I removed the high pressure hose from the Cat pump…. Then I used the motor starter to see if this fixed the problem. 3) Verify if you are getting high pressure out of the pump.
Verify if the water is getting to the pump. (Water should come out of the hose when removed.) I removed the water supply line form the Cat pump to verify this…. I was getting water. 4) Verify if the supply line water is getting to the high pressure pump.
Check to make sure the belt for the motor and high pressure pump is working correctly. This appeared to be my problem…. It actually was not though. I had a different problem which caused this problem. But this will help you troubleshoot most of your high pressure pump problems. 5) Verify that the belt for the motor and high pressure pump are at the correct tension and working correctly.
Also when installing a new belt…. I installed mine without removing anything. Try putting the belt on the small pulley and then turning the belt onto the larger pulley. 6) Size matters…. Do not just slam it in there it will not work! Be slow, use your hands and be gentle. This might be something for a different post? 🙂
This would also cover troubleshooting pressure washers.
Tools I used for this repair: LINK Here is PART 2 on troubleshooting a high pressure pump. LINK