HomeCategory 4Craftsman 2700psi Pressure Washer Review and Demo Category 4 Craftsman 2700psi Pressure Washer Review and Demo By admin On February 15, 2020 11 Comments Tweet Pin It In this video, I review and demo the Craftsman 2700psi, 2.1GPM pressure washer. I cover features of the pressure washer as well as pressure wash a composite deck that has been neglected for many years. Thanks for watching! Music Credit: Hero Theme by MK2 Source: https://martod.com/ Category: https://martod.com/category/4 Related Posts Amazon | Ecosoft Counter top filter (FMV1BOBUS) Source: https://martod.com/ Category: https://martod.com/category/4 January 19, 2020 1 min read Mint Condition – What Kind Of Man Would I Be (Official Video) Music video by Mint Condition performing What Kind Of Man … January 25, 2020 1 min read MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN Opening Theme THE ORIGINAL DESPERATE HOUSEWIFE Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman is an … January 24, 2020 1 min read About The Author admin 11 Comments GeForceGTX1080ti February 15, 2020 Reply These new “Just check and add oil” engines from Briggs and Stratton are a joke. Why would ANY company suggest this kind of maintenance free choice for a internal combustion engine?? Most people don’t change the oil on their small engines to begin with (and ruin them) and now give the option to never have to do it??? Sounds like a way to sell more engines when these fail in a few years. Got one of these Pressure Washers new at Lowe’s for $20.00 (yes $20.00). The owner used it for 30 min and the engine quit. There was no compression so Lowe’s sold it as it for parts. Turned out to be a broken, Plastic Camshaft (yes Plastic). Bought a new one for $15.00, put it back together and sold a new Craftsman Pressure Washer for $245.00 ($320.00 New). Could not believe how cheaply these engines are made when I took it apart. The quality that Briggs was known for, and Craftsman for that matter is going down the toilet. Joesph Baumgardner February 15, 2020 Reply Wish you would of showed where soap feeder tube goes. travelertim88 February 15, 2020 Reply mine is the biggest pos I have ever owned. On The Mark Detailing February 15, 2020 Reply How does the soap work? Aaron Woodwell February 15, 2020 Reply Nice vid. How would you say noise compares to similar units? Trying to decide between a higher-end electric and a lower-end gas. About the same price. Trade-off is noise vs. power. Also, since it's been almost a year, what are your thoughts on the check and fill oil system? Thanks! T L February 15, 2020 Reply Thanks for your video! I borrowed this model of pressure washer and it works great. Starts easily. I made a mistake though. I wasn't paying attention to where the hose (the one between the machine and the wand) had wrapped around the side of the machine and was up against it. I suppose it heated up the hose and it sprung a leak. Hope this keep someone else from making the mistake I did. Suicide Betties February 15, 2020 Reply Don't buy this power washer, I can never get mine to start. It's junk, its always a pain to start. There isn't even a bubble to prime it before starting. I used mine 4 times and I bought it brand new…. CARLOS LOS February 15, 2020 Reply Its says no E85 gas what should I use? North West Enduro GOPRO February 15, 2020 Reply How would you say it compares to a 1700 psi electric washer. I hate my electric it takes forever to do a 10×10 slab of concrete Jason Alan The Cigardner February 15, 2020 Reply Mazel tov on your new house Jesofi Soto February 15, 2020 Reply Thank you! Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.