Servicing Your Kranzle K7 - K10

Kranzle ownership comes with many benefits, they're exceptionally dependable, energy consumption is lowered and you gain the ability to service the machine as and when necessary. An initial 1 year warranty comes as standard with the machine, However you will get an additional year if you send your machine off to the Kranzle service centre for that all important first service.

However there will come a time when the warranty expires, this is where you might consider taking things into your own hands. 

The steps seen below are what's required to carry out the service yourself. If you aren't feeling confident or would like further information head over to the Kranzle website.

If you wish to continue servicing your machine with Kranzle you can press the link and arrange to have your Kranzle Serviced here.

Step 1. Drain The water from the system until it is empty

Open the valve and allow the water to drain out until the system is empty.

Step 2. Flush the system 

Attach a garden hose to the inlet valve on the pressure washer. Turn on the water and let it run through the system for a few minutes to encourage any debris or contaminants that may have accumulated inside to come out.

Step 3. Replace the inlet filter 

The inlet filter is located on the inlet valve and is responsible for filtering out any contaminants from the water before it enters the system. Remove the old filter and replace it with a new one.

Step 4. Check and replace the seals

Inspect the seals on the pump and any other moving parts for signs of wear or damage. If the seals are worn or damaged, they should be replaced to ensure proper operation of the pressure washer.

Step 5. Lubricate the moving parts 

 Use a high-quality silicone grease to lubricate the moving parts of the pressure washer, including the pump, hose connections, and any other areas that may be prone to friction. 

 

Now Change The Oil

 

Step 1. Locate the oil drain plug

The oil drain plug is located on the bottom of the pressure washer, near the base of the pump unit. Place a drain pan underneath the pressure washer to catch the old oil as it drains out. You will need a container larger than 1L.

 

Step 2. Remove the oil filler cap

Remover the red oil filler cap on the top of the pump unit using a spanner or socket. This is plastic so do not use excessive force to avoid damage.

Step 3. Remove oil Drain plug

Using a wrench or socket, loosen and remove the oil drain plug. Allow the old oil to drain out completely. Inspect the magnetic drain plug for debris and clean with a rag.

Step 4. Remove the clear plastic oil viewer

Remove the clear plastic oil viewer on the side of the machine  be careful when removing not to damage the plastic. Clean and replace this, again being very careful not to over tighten. 

Step 5. Add new oil

Once the old oil has drained out and the drain plug replaced, add new oil to the pressure washer. Use synthetic 10w 40 motor oil  and slowly fill the machine from the top, fill until the oil level is visible to the top of the viewing window adding more than this could damage the machine.

Step 6. Run your machine

Check the oil level indicator on the pressure washer to make sure it is at the correct level. If not, Add what is needed until it has reached the recommended level.

By following these steps, you can easily change the oil on your Kranzle K7 and K10 pressure washer.

It is important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for oil type and change intervals to ensure that your pressure washer is operating at its best.

 

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