Craftsman Pressure Washer 2700 PSI, 2.3 GPM Featuring Quiet Sense - Automatic Throttle Control 50 StatesItem# 07175288000 | Model# 75288
|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Hose Length (Ft.):||30|
|Hose Diameter (In.):||0.25|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (qt.):||1.1|
|Capacity and Flow:_UP|
|Maximum Temperature (F):||Cold Water Only|
|Color and Styling:|
|Safety Features:||Thermal Relief Valve|
|Recommended Safety Equipment:||Indirect vented saftely goggles ANSI Z87.1|
|Handle Material:||Tubular Steel - Fold Down|
|General Warranty:||2 Years|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||62|
|Number Of Spray Patterns:||5|
|Spray Patterns:||Soap and Flush low pressure, 0°, 15°, 40° high pressure|
|Materials & Finishes:|
|Included with Item:|
|Replacement O-Ring Kit Included:||No|
|Wand Extension Included:||Yes|
|Engine Oil Included:||Yes|
|Gallons Per Minute:||2.3|
|Low Oil Shutdown:||No|
|Spin On Oil Filter:||No|
|Horsepower:||7.75 ft-lbs gross torque|
|Starter Type:||Recoil start|
|Starter Type:||Pull Start|
|Engine Series:||775 Series|
|Wheels & Tires:|
|Tire/Wheel Size:||10 in.|
|Styling & Design:|
|Garden Hose Connector Material:||Brass|
|Pump Type:||Axial cam|
|Chemical Injection Type:||Dual perfect mix direct from concentrate|
Ratings & Reviews
The Craftsman 2700 psi Gas Pressure Washer Delivers Powerful Cleaning Performance
Dirt, grime, mildew and pollen don't stand a chance against the high-powered Craftsman pressure washer 2700 psi 2.3 gpm. The Briggs & Stratton® Professional Series™ OHV engine delivers 2,700 max PSI of water pressure at 2.3 GPM to quickly clear tough soils from sidewalks, siding, patios and vehicles. The Ready Start® system and Fresh Start® fuel cap makes starting hassle-free and safeguards the engine to ensure peak performance. Quiet Sense™ technology, the automatic throttle control system, instantaneously switches from full engine speed to a low RPM idle when the spray trigger is released, making operation quiet, efficient and long-lasting.
The Craftsman 2700 psi gas pressure washer includes a 5-in-1 selector nozzle to match the spraying width and pressure to the cleaning task at hand, from delicate, general, max, flush and soap. The PerfectMix™ dual direct from concentrate soap system automatically mixes the perfect amount of detergent into the water stream for enhanced cleaning.
- Craftsman pressure washer 2700 psi 2.3 gpm is a versatile tool for cleaning many outdoor surfaces around the home
- Powered by a Briggs & Stratton Professional Series 175cc OHV engine with 7.75 ft.-lbs. gross torque (per SAE J1940)
- Delivers 2,700 max PSI of water pressure (2.3 max GPM)
- Quiet Sense™ technology switches from full throttle to a low RPM idle via spray trigger
- Quick-connect wand with 5-in-1 selector nozzle — choose delicate, general, max, flush and soap spray settings with a quick adjustment
- Maintenance-free axial cam pump with Easy Start™ technology
- PerfectMix soap system automatically mixes the perfect amount of concentrate into the water stream for more effective cleaning (concentrate sold separately)
- Quick Switch system changes cleaning solution source with the turn of a knob
- 30 foot high-pressure hose is removable
- Weighs 62 pounds
- Backed by a 2-year general warranty
- Available in all 50 states
Added on November 09, 2011
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Most Helpful Reviews
We purchased this pressure washer to help tackle the job of painting our house. Before we could paint, we had to use this pressure washer to clean the exterior and strip any loose paint. This pressure washer was quick to put together and easy to use. It applied the right amount of pressure and took care of the job. I'm looking forward to being able to wash my truck with this too.
Assembly was easy and direct. Good instructions. Engine started on the 1st pull. The 1st unit I brought home worked properly for 30 minutes and then the auto throttle control stopped working and the engine ran full time on its highest speed. Sears gave me a replacement unit. It started on the 1st pull and ran great for about an hour and then the exact same thing happened. The engine would not "throttle down" when the pressure washer gun was released - stopping the flow of water - like it should have. Again, the throttle linkage was now forced (due to some spring assembly) on the highest setting. Very disappointing to be in the mood to do some major cleaning and have to send the brand new unit back for service. At least I bought the extended warranty.
Bought this about 8 months ago. Worked great until today, it wont start anymore. Brought it back to sears, and they say the carburetor have to be replaced! Are you kidding me? Thankfully, it is still under warranty, but what next. Should buy a Honda next time.
I ordered on line, and it was shipped very quickly. During assembly I noticed that the small plastic **** to switch between solution containers was broken. Nevertheless, I used it, and hoped to obtain a new **** from the store. The pressure washers worked reasonably well. When I explained the problem at the store, they told me that it would be simpler to return the washer for an even exchange. This was a complicated solution for a simple problem, but I did that, anyway. I took the new pressure washer home, and assembled it (quite simple). This time, the small plastic **** was not broken, but it would not stay in place. It keeps falling off from the plastic valve stem, and I'll have to visit the store again. It looks like this is not a very good design for the solution switch. Nevertheless, I used the pressure washer three time, and it is OK. It cleans well, but it could be better. Now, about operation and use. Attaching the pressure hose and water hose is not complicated, but the two connection pipes at the bottom of the washer are a little too close and this makes access a little difficult. The simple plastic wheel for winding the pressure hose is not useful. Overall, it is an OK pressure washer, but Sears could have done a much better job for the cost.
Coal Valley, IL
Great purchase. I assembled in about 20 minutes and used on my deck. Deck now looks brand new and I did it myself! Yes, I'm the lady of the house! Love the interchangeable nozzel head! Holding 2 types of soap made going from the deck to washing the car less than a second to change! Now I'm using to wash my car, house windows, garage floor.....
I purchased this last year. It MAY have 8 hours of total time on it. I have taken care of it. The grey plastic part on the wheel fell off, no big deal. It always seems to have taken 1 or 2 minutes to warm up, no power just idle. Today, after owning it a year It shut off. I checked the gas, Checked the oil. Noticed a Little low, added oil. This thing has used oil since the day I got it. No smoke , but it just seems to use it. No signs of leaks either. When went to restart it I noticed 1 nut was gone that holds the pull cord assembly on. No lock washers. So I make sure the remaining 2 are tight. Check the oil again , check filter and water. It starts I start using soap, so it is idle then it seized up. I took the pull cord off removed the plug I can't turn the crank. The motor is frozen Smoke was poring out of the oil fill inlet. Briggs has become 3rd rate. As a kid I spent 3 summers breaking down motors. I have seen older brigs run for hours with no oil, damaged parts and no gasket. This engine is horrible. I will not replace the engine SEARS is going to fix this it is still under warranty. So far they say it is covered but we shall see. I would NOT recommend this product. I hate to say that because up until now it worked well. Plastic is plastic I can deal with loose screws/nuts or plastic falling off big deal. But the motor locking up?? A Briggs? Come on seriously? I payed a lot for this thing and it let me down at the worst possible time. Now I have to rent something. I am sure SEARS will not refund on this but if they do not replace the engine then we will have problems. If your going to spend this kind of cash do yourself a favor, Looks up the engine and the track record. Could be a fluke who knows but engines like these are just not that complicated so they should last longer than 8 hours of running time.