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Old 20-10-2017, 11:21 AM   #1
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Vax Pressure washer question

Good day all. Don’t know if anyone can help me here but the trigger on my pressure washer decided to split so now has no pressure. Iv looked online For a replacement trigger handle and can’t find one or the one I can find it like £60. Does anyone know if the nilfisk are the same as the parts look the same and the replacement part is only £19.99. Any help would be great
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Have you tried getting in touch with Vax? How old is your pressure washer? I'll assume it's not still under any kind of warranty?
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30s on Google....

http://www.vax.co.uk/pressure-washer-trigger-handle
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The Vax connectors are LAVOR one's pal if that helps.

You'll probably be able to search for more options with LAVOR connections.
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The Vax connectors are LAVOR one's pal if that helps.

You'll probably be able to search for more options with LAVOR connections.
Sorry for the late reply i did that and found same one from lavor for £19.99. Happy days
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Should just Contact VAX.
I bought a PW in Oct 2016. By July 2017 the hose had kinked and the nozzle broke. They sent me a whole new upgraded PW.
The Nozzle lasted about 3 washes though before it too started leaking water out. They sent me 3 more nozzles.
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